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types of blood cells

Mar 31, 2007

hi doc, this is urgent! what are the two main types of blood cells called? and what do they look like. i've heard that they're called lymphocytes and phagasites or something but i've no idea plz help

Response from Dr. Holodniy

There are many types of blood cells. The 3 main ones are red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. There are many kinds of the white blood cells. Lymphocytes and macrophages (sometimes called phagocytes) are two kinds of these cells.


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