SEM of a lung with pneumonia


Scanning electron micrograph of a lung with pneumonia. White blood cells form part of our immune system and migrate from circulating blood into tissues to defend the body against invasion by foreign organisms. In an active state, the surface of the white blood cells will emit pseudopodia allowing it to move toward an infectious center.

Credit: Dee Breger / Science Source

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