transcellular water

trans·cel·lu·lar wa·ter

that fraction of extracellular water in cerebrospinal, digestive, epithelial, introcular, pleural, sweat, and synovial secretions; about 1.5% of body weight.

transcellular water

[-sel′yələr]
Etymology: L, trans + cella, storeroom
the part of extracellular water that is enclosed by an epithelial membrane and whose volume and composition are determined by the cellular activity of that membrane.

trans·cel·lu·lar water

(tranz-sel'yū-lăr waw'tĕr)
That fraction of extracellular water in cerebrospinal, digestive, epithelial, introcular, pleural, sweat, and synovial secretions; about 1.5% of body weight.