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Hypotension could be induced by
a.excessive renin secretion
b.excessive antidiuretic hormone secretion
c.excessive aldosterone secretion
d.excessive atrial natriuretic factor secretion

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    In mice, d is true. If atrial natriuretic factor is injected, hypo tension results.

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