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When water is lost but electrolytes are retained , the osmolarity of the ECF rises and osmosis then moves water : out of the ECF and into the ICF...
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57. When water is lost but electrolytes are retained, the osmolarity of the ECF rises and osmosis then moves water:

a.out of the ECF and into the ICF until isotonicity is reachedb.directly into the blood plasma until equilibrium is reachedc.back and forth between the ICF and the ECFd.out of the ICF and into the ECF until isotonicity is reached
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