Spleen Structure

The white pulp is circular in structure and is made up mainly of lymphocytes. It functions in a manner similar to the nodules of the lymph node.

The red pulp surrounds the white pulp and contains mainly red blood cells and macrophages. The main function of the red pulp is to phagocytize old red blood cells

Click on green squares to see details of the spleen

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