Splenic Microcirculation

Splenic Microcirculation

Splenic Microcirculation Schematic view of the blood circulation and the structure of the spleen, from the trabecular artery to the trabecular vein. Small branches of these arteries are called central arterioles and become enclosed within a sheath of lymphoid cells, the periarteriolar lymphoid sheath (PALS) in the white pulp. B cells in these sheaths can form nodules as the largest masses of white pulp, and

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