What is Intracellular Water (ICW) and why is it important?

Represents the amount of intracellular water.

Closely related to the metabolically active cell mass of an organism, this parameter reflects the development and growth of body cell mass.

Cells tend to retain fluids within themselves to preserve their integrity.

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What is Total Body Water (TBW) and why is it important?