How would damage to the renal capillaries resulting in an increase in protein filtration and urinary excretion affect net filtration pressure in the systemic circulation? a. Increase capillary reabsorption due to an increase in interstitial colloid osmotic pressure b. Increase capillary filtration due to an increase in interstitial hydrostatic pressure c. Increase capillary filtration due to a decrease in blood colloid osmotic pressure d. Increase capillary reabsorption due to increased blood hydrostatic pressure

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  1. How would damage to the renal capillaries resulting in an increase in protein filtration and urinary excretion affect net filtration pressure in the systemic circulation?

a. Increase capillary reabsorption due to an increase in interstitial colloid osmotic pressure

b. Increase capillary filtration due to an increase in interstitial hydrostatic pressure

c. Increase capillary filtration due to a decrease in blood colloid osmotic pressure

d. Increase capillary reabsorption due to increased blood hydrostatic pressure

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