Be sure to state what creates each of these pressures.  What mechanism is responsible for removal of excessive interstitial fluid?   Lastly, how might the following condition potentially alter normal fluid movement in/out of vasculature:   A) nephrotic syndrome                                              B) congestive heart failure

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Describe the pressures which affect the movement of fluids from the intravascular to the extravascular space (and vice versa) as blood flows thru the arterial side to the venous side. I'm looking for the 2 primary forces which "push out" and/or "pull in" fluid into/out of the vasculature - explain each of their roles as blood flows from the arterial side to the venous side.  Be sure to state what creates each of these pressures.  What mechanism is responsible for removal of excessive interstitial fluid?  

Lastly, how might the following condition potentially alter normal fluid movement in/out of vasculature:  

  1. A) nephrotic syndrome                                              B) congestive heart failure

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