the patheway in which creatine molecules moves

Dec 10th, 2014
Anonymous
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Calculus
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Describe the pathway that creatinine molecules will move through from blood within the renal corpuscle to their elimination from the body in urine.

You should include the names of all of the structures the creatinine molecules would pass through during the formation of urine (assume there is no tubular reabsorption or tubular secretion of creatinine) and the path that urine takes from its release at the renal papillae to its elimination from the body. Include any structures that normally restrict the flow of urine and outline any differences in the pathway that urine flows through in males and females.

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