Which of the following are normally fluid-filled spaces?

Interstitial
Intracellular
Intravascular

Explanation

• Fluids are normally found in spaces such as inside the cells or intracellular space, around the cells or interstitial space, and in the bloodstream or the intravascular space

• Spaces that are not normally fluid-filled and are susceptible to third-spacing include peritoneal, pericardial, pleural, and joint cavities

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