When examining a blood smear, bacteria were found in the leukocytes. how did they get there?

Leukocytes are called white blood cells, the function of which is protection, the development of immunity. Among them are phagocytes, which simply absorb and “digest” foreign objects, which include bacteria.

Bacteria can enter them in two ways:

1) Directly when it enters the bloodstream (blood poisoning). This is a very dangerous condition, but it is rare. Then leukocytes

2) Leukocytes can move freely and penetrate through the walls of blood vessels. They accumulate at the site of inflammation, which can be caused by bacteria, and try to absorb them.

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