intraepithelial lymphocytes


What is lymphocytosis? Lymphocytosis is a word pathologists use to describe an increased number of specialized immune cells called lymphocytes either in the blood or inside an organ. Organs that commonly show lymphocytosis include the stomach, small bowel, and colon. Lymphocytes normally help the body fight off infections caused by viruses and bacteria. However, increased …
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