afferent arteriole

(from the article `renal system`) ...branch off from the arcuate arteries and radiate out through the cortex to end in networks of capillaries in the region just inside the capsule. ... ...flow remains constant because of the increased viscosity of the blood. Normally, the interlobular arteries have an axial (central) stream of red ... ...
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Afferent Arteriole

The afferent arteriole and efferent arteriole feed blood into and out of the Bowman's capsule. The afferent arteriole transports blood from the interlobular artery to the capsule to be filtered. The efferent arteriole transports the filtered blood from the capsule to the medullary plexus, and then to the interlobular vein.
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afferent arteriole

(ar-tir;eol) A blood vessel within the kidney that supplies blood to the glomerulus.
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afferent arteriole

(ar-tir;eol) A blood vessel within the kidney that supplies blood to the glomerulus.
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