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Ch. 21 - Acid-Base Balance-- Controlling Blood pH
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Ch. 23 - The Digestive System
Ch. 24 - Regulation of Metabolism and Energy Balance
Ch. 25 - Human Sexual Reproduction and Development

Concept #1: Prox Tubule Secr of H+/Reabsorp of HCO3- I

Concept #2: Prox Tubule Secr of H+/Reabsorp of HCO3- II

Concept #3: Type A Intercalated Cells in the Collecting Duct

Concept #4: Type B Intercalated Cells in the Collecting Duct

Practice: A 45-year-old man with a history of poorly-controlled Type I Diabetes presents to the emergency department complaining of vomiting, abdominal pain, and weakness. He is confused—he does not know the day of the week and is unable to recount how he got to the hospital. He is noted to be breathing abnormally. His blood pH is 7.3. Which of the following correctly identifies the location of the K+/H+ ATPase proteins on the cells whose activity will be increased by this patient’s condition?