Anatomy and Physiology
Quiz 44: Acid-Base Balance
In Acidosis, the Renal Tubule Excretion of Hydrogen Ions
In acidosis, the renal tubule excretion of hydrogen ions: A) decreases. B) increases. C) does not change. D) decreases only when potassium ion excretion increases.
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