Chronic inflammatory cells, LM

Chronic inflammatory cells, LM

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Caption: Chronic inflammatory cells. Light micrograph of chronic inflammatory cells from an inflamed uterine cervix. The term chronic inflammatory cells is used to describe cells such as lymphocytes, plasma cells, eosinophils and macrophages, that infiltrate tissues as part of the response to chronic inflammation. These cells aid in the removal and repair of damaged tissue. The cell nuclei are stained purple. These cells are mainly plasma cells, with some lymphocytes (upper centre) and a macrophage (far left).

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