transcellular fluids

trans·cel·lu·lar flu·ids

the fluids that are not inside cells, but are separated from plasma and interstitial fluid by cellular barriers; for example, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, pleural fluid.

trans·cel·lu·lar flu·ids

(tranz-sel'yū-lăr flū'idz)
The fluids that are not inside cells, but are separated from plasma and interstitial fluid by cellular barriers (e.g., cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, pleural fluid).

transcellular fluids

cerebrospinal fluid, aqueous humor of the eye, synovial fluids, urine, bile, pancreatic juice and so on.