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At which of the capillary bed is the fluid pressure higher?

1)osmostic pressure- (25 mm Hg arteriolar end) ( 25 mm Hg venous end)

2)fluid pressure- 25 mm Hg arteriolar end) ( 15 mm Hg venous end)

3)absorption ( 10 mm Hg arteriolar end) ( 10 mm Hg Venous end)

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