white blood cell

NOUN
  1. blood cells that engulf and digest bacteria and fungi; an important part of the body's defense system
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  • The virus can actually destroy those white blood cells, leaving the body wide open to attack from other infections.
  • There was also a statistically significantly lower incidence of leukocytopenia, or decrease in white blood cells, of 12 percent on Treanda versus 38 percent with CHOP, and more infectious complications with CHOP, Rummel said. FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten
  • Lymphomas occur when a type of white blood cell - a lymphocyte - becomes cancerous.
  • The most common form affects white blood cells called lymphocytes.
  • Prominent among these are the lymphocytes, white blood cells that are specialized to react to specific antigens.
  • Maria Jose had entered the hospital in May suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia, meaning her body produced too many white blood cells. Maria Jose Martinez Gets Treatment For Leukemia In Nicaraguan Hospital
  • The reduction in white blood cell counts lowers resistance to disease.
  • His body was erroneously producing a flood of white blood cells in a frantic search for a disease that did not exist.
  • In people with leukemia, the bone marrow produces a large number of abnormal white blood cells.
  • Researchers in Milan showed that a three-week diet rich in tomato purée helped protect white blood cells.
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