describes the movement of fluid out of the capillary while describes the

Describes the movement of fluid out of the capillary

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50) ________ describes the movement of fluid out of the capillary, while ________ describes themovement of fluid into the capillary.A) Hydrostatic pressure : oncotic pressureB) Edema : venous poolingC) Venous pooling : edemaD) Absorption : filtrationE) Filtration : absorptionAnswer: EDiff: 4 Page Ref: 41410
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51) The portion of osmotic pressure exerted by ________ in the blood is known as colloid osmotic pressure.ADiff: 4 Page Ref: 41552) Under normal conditions, which Starling forces favor filtration?BDiff: 5 Page Ref: 41653) Which of the following inaccurately represents normal forces across capillary walls?BDiff: 5 Page Ref: 41654) Given that the net filtration of fluid out of the capillaries averages about 3 liters per day, how is blood volume maintained in light of this apparent fluid loss?A) The lymphatic system returns filtered fluid is returned to the blood.B) The net filtration is equally balanced by absorption.C) Gravity moves the fluid to the lowest point in the body, where the fluid is absorbed.D) While fluid moves out across the capillary, it tends to move inward across veins.E) The kidneys are involved in the reabsorption of the remaining fluid.Answer: ADiff: 5 Page Ref: 41755) Which of the following is NOT a mechanism that alters the balance between filtration and absorption in the body?BDiff: 5 Page Ref: 41611
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