[loo-koh-pi-dee-sis] /ˌlu koʊ pɪˈdi sɪs/

an outward flow of white blood cells through a blood-vessel wall.

leukopedesis leu·ko·pe·de·sis (lōō’kō-pĭ-dē’sĭs)
The movement of white blood cells through the walls of capillaries and into the tissues.


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