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If I'm correct, water osmoses out of the proximal convoluted tubule and the descending loop of Henle. (Is "to osmose" a thing??) But what about in the distal convoluted tubule? A quick Google reveals different graphics, some showing H2O exiting the DCT and some showing it entering. So which is it?
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(Original post by Kinyonga)
If I'm correct, water osmoses out of the proximal convoluted tubule and the descending loop of Henle. (Is "to osmose" a thing??) But what about in the distal convoluted tubule? A quick Google reveals different graphics, some showing H2O exiting the DCT and some showing it entering. So which is it?
I’d say it exits the PCT and DCT because those are quite close to the ascending limb and the Na and Cl ions
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