In what ways does the blood entering the kidney differ from that leaving the kidney

Asked by chumki.banerjee001 | 2nd Feb, 2019, 09:54: AM

Expert Answer:

Blood entering the kidney is impure with high concentrations of nitrogenous wastes such as urea, excess water, modified hormones, salts, and drugs. This impure blood gets filtered in the kidneys. The pure blood which is free from impurities then leaves the kidneys. It contains useful components such as blood cells and plasma. 

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 4th Feb, 2019, 12:23: PM