Identify the major phagocytic cells in the blood and other tissues.
As the lymph passes from the interstitial spaces to the circulation, phagocytosis eliminates foreign particles. Particles that reach the circulation are normally removed by phagocytes found in blood arteries, spleen, liver, and bone marrow tissues.
The most important phagocytic cells in the blood and other tissues are neutrophils and monocytes .
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