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Question Cause of edema after being stung?

A 5-year-old boy is stung on his foot by a bee. Within 30 minutes the local area is edematous. The extravascular accumulation of fluid is most directly related to which of the following?

A) Demargination of leukocytes
B) Fibrin thrmobi
C) Gap formation between endothelial cells
D) Vasoconstriction
E) Vasodilation
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