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Explain the importance of obligatory water losses.
Obligatory water losses show that the kidney maintains homeostasis by excreting solutes and urine solutes must be removed from the body in water. This shows that fluid intake is important because the solute concentration and volume of urine is dependent on it. Since obligatory water loss include insensible water, it is important to drink water to compensate this water loss to keep the body hydrated.
What is the specific reason for each of the 4 obligatory loses?
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