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Histiocytes

Summary Information: Histiocytes

Histiocytes: Histiocytes are a type of immune cell and play an important role in protecting the body from infection. Histiocytes are located in specific organs and tissues, such as the spleen, tonsils, lymph nodes, breast tissue, brain, and liver.

Conditions that can afflict histiocytes include histiocytosis X.

Closely Related Organs: Histiocytes

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Histiocytes

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