Why Would the Response of the Kidney to Arteriosclerosis Actually

Question 61
Multiple Choice

Why would the response of the kidney to arteriosclerosis actually compound the problem of hypertension? A) When the kidney responds to narrowing of a renal artery due to this disease, it will not cause any changes in kidney function or status. B) When the kidney responds to widening of a renal artery due to this disease, it will cause an increase in blood pressure and an increase in kidney perfusion. C) When the kidney responds to narrowing of a renal artery due to this disease, it will cause a decrease in blood pressure and possibly even death. D) When the kidney responds to narrowing of a renal artery due to this disease, it will cause an increase in blood pressure and ischemia of kidney tissues.