Rejected at 5:02 p.m. Apr, 15, 2024 ] by Michael_B
Author: pingasingming
Related Note: 1555805830607
Rationale for change

Picture doesn't match the cloze so fix the cloze

Rejection reason

The cloze is about where ADH opens pores as opposed to where it generally works. See, a publication titled “Vasopressin (AKA ADH) increases water permeability of kidney collecting duct”

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Antidiuretic hormone (Vasopressin)

Increases blood pressure
ADH and Aldosterone both have the same purpose: to increase blood pressure, aka increase water reabsorption. 

But their mechanisms as well as action sites vary: 
→ ADH reabsorbs water through opening pores; it works at the last part of nephron, the collecting duct.
→ Aldosterone reabsorbs sodium & secretes potassium; it works at the second last part of the nephron, the distal convoluted tubule.

Photo Credit:Nephron-urine.svg: M•Komorniczak -talk-, polish wikipedist.derivative work: Juvo415CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons


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