Which part of nephron has lowest concentration of urea?

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Which part of nephron has lowest concentration of urea?

Renal Vein

Urea is a waste product of metabolism that is excreted by the kidneys in urine. Kidney disease is associated with reduced urea excretion and consequent rise in blood concentration.

Q. How urea is formed?

Urea is naturally produced when the liver breaks down protein or amino acids, and ammonia. The kidneys then transfer the urea from the blood to the urine. Extra nitrogen is expelled from the body through urea, and because it is extremely soluble, it is a very efficient process.

Q. Where is the highest concentration of urea?


Q. Which vein has least amount of urea?

Proximal convoluted tubule

Q. Which structure has lowest concentration of glucose?


Q. Where is most water reabsorbed in nephron?

proximal convoluted tubule

Q. What contains more co2 and less urea?

The blood in RENAL ARTERY has more urea , more oxygen as well as less carbon dioxide.

Q. Why glucose is normally not found in urine?

Ordinarily, urine contains no glucose because the kidneys are able to reabsorb all of the filtered glucose from the tubular fluid back into the bloodstream. Glycosuria is nearly always caused by elevated blood glucose levels, most commonly due to untreated diabetes mellitus.

Q. Does glucose in urine always mean diabetes?

Sugar in the urine is usually caused by prediabetes or diabetes, which results in high blood sugar levels, especially when untreated.

Q. What should not be found in urine?

Usually, glucose, ketones, protein, and bilirubin are not detectable in urine. The following are not normally found in urine: Hemoglobin.

Q. What does 1+ glucose in urine mean?

Glycosuria is a condition in which a person’s urine contains more sugar, or glucose, than it should. It typically occurs due to high blood sugar levels or kidney damage. Glycosuria is a common symptom of both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Renal glycosuria occurs when a person’s kidneys are damaged.

Q. Can you have sugar in your urine and not be diabetic?

Renal glycosuria, also known as renal glucosuria, is a rare condition in which the simple sugar glucose is eliminated (excreted) in the urine despite normal or low blood glucose levels.

Q. Can you be diabetic with no glucose in urine?

Glycosuria: This is a rare kidney condition in which a person does not have high blood glucose levels, but their kidneys excrete high levels of glucose into the urine. There are often no symptoms, but some people may experience thirst, urination, and other symptoms. In rare cases, dehydration or ketoacidosis can occur.

Q. How can I reduce sugar in my urine?

Treatment for glycosuria

  1. Reduce the sugar and processed foods in your diet.
  2. Eat a diet consisting of mostly whole foods with plenty of vegetables.
  3. Reduce carbohydrate consumption to less than 180 grams per day.
  4. Drink water and unsweetened beverages instead of soda or juice.
  5. Get daily physical activity.
  6. Lose weight.

Q. What is normal blood sugar by age?

Normal blood sugar levels for adolescents

Normal blood sugar levels for adolescents
Age 6-12 mg/dL
Fasting 80-180
Before meal 90-180
1-2 hours after eating Up to 140

Q. Which fruit is bad for diabetes?

Dried fruit One cup (151 grams) of grapes contains 27.

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