intracellular fluid

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Noun1.intracellular fluid - liquid contained inside the cell membranes (usually containing dissolved solutes)
bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor - the liquid parts of the body
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Abbreviations BIA: Bioelectrical impedance analysis BMI: Body mass index BW: Body weight CKD: Chronic kidney disease DXA: Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry ECF: Extracellular fluid FFM: Fat-free mass FFMI: Fat-free mass index FMI: Fat mass index FM: Fat mass ICF: Intracellular fluid IQR: Interquartile range kg: Kilogram m: Meter MIS: Malnutrition-Inflammation Score nPCR: Normalized protein catabolic rate SD: Standard deviation TBW: Total body water TIBC: Total iron-binding capacity.
Again, cells are composed of intracellular fluids (ICF), cell membrane (CM), and cell wall (CW).
Until now, it has been difficult to monitor the cell volume, stress, and strain or changes in the pressure of intracellular fluid in chondrocytes during cyclic loading [15].
Evaluation site 12-5-2016 28-6-2016 Normal values Total intracellular fluid, 22.0 20.8 18.5-22.5 patient (L) Total intracellular fluid, 14.7 13.2 11.3-13.9 patient (L) Right arm fluid (L) 1.95 1.85 1.50-1.84 Left arm fluid (L) 1.94 1.79 1.50-1.84 Right leg fluid (L) 6.51 5.75 4.77-5.83 Left leg fluid (L) 6.44 5.58 4.77-5.83 Extracellular fluid/total 0.399 0.387 0.36-0.39 fluid ratio Extracellular fluid/total 0.387 0.385 0.36-0.39 right arm fluid ratio Extracellular fluid/total 0.389 0.385 0.36-0.39 left arm fluid ratio Extracellular fluid/total 0.404 0.389 0.36-0.39 right leg fluid ratio Extracellular fluid/total 0.405 0.390 0.36-0.39 left leg fluid ratio Extracellular fluid/total 0.397 0.386 0.36-0.39 trunk fluid ratio Note.
Potassium is a main cation of intracellular fluid involved in the utilization of carbohydrates and protein synthesis and is needed for regulation of nerve conduction and muscle contraction (especially the heart muscle).
Almost 99% of all the calcium in the body is stored in the bone, with only about 1% in the extracellular fluid and 0.1% in the intracellular fluid. One of the most important regulators of bone uptake and release of calcium is parathyroid hormone (PTH).

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