Phagocytes, that's what they are—white corpuscles—and it's all they're there for.
Ive heard this notion that the white corpuscles—what is it that whats his name?
It is those people who are run down, and in whom the white corpuscles are 'below par,' that catch the disease.
The red blood-discs are diminished and their ratio to the white corpuscles altered.
The arrest of circulation becomes more or less complete, and the white corpuscles emigrate from the vessels to form the pus-cells.
Not only do the white corpuscles pass through the vessels, but the blood fluid also passes out.
With the description of these abnormal forms of white corpuscles all occurring forms are by no means exhausted.
When blood coagulates the white corpuscles sink more slowly and appear as a lighter coloured layer on the top of the clot.
The white corpuscles of the blood have been called our "standing army," because they are natural germ-destroyers.
White corpuscles, or leukocytes, are less highly differentiated cells.