MDS is a relatively rare condition that can lead to a depletion of red or white blood cells, anemia, heavy bleeding.
By careful study he learned that the white blood cells had in the first case killed the germs.
Then your white blood cells can gain strength to fight the disease germs.
The war between the white blood cells and the bacteria is a bitter one.
Besides this, the white blood cells are perpetually waging war against the bacteria in our bodies.
Some of the white blood cells and the liquid from the blood run out, and we have to blow the nose.
The white blood cells help to make us well whenever we catch a cold or other kind of sickness.
The white blood cells grow into the sides of cuts, and so heal them.
The cold harms the cells of his body, and then the white blood cells cannot easily fight disease germs.
If we are not in good health the bacteria may overcome the white blood cells.
white blood cell n.
Any of the colorless or white cells in the blood that have a nucleus and cytoplasm and help protect the body from infection and disease through specialized neutrophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes. Also called leukocyte, white corpuscle.
|white blood cell|
Any of various white or colorless cells in the blood of vertebrate animals, many of which participate in the inflammatory and immune responses to protect the body against infection and to repair injuries to tissues. White blood cells are formed mainly in the bone marrow, and unlike red blood cells, have a cell nucleus. The major types of white blood cells are granulocytes, lymphocytes, and monocytes. White blood cells are far less numerous in the blood than red blood cells, but their amount usually increases in response to infection and can be monitored as part of a clinical assessment. Also called leukocyte.