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#White blood cell has mainly 5 types right? which is Neutrophil,Monocytes,lymphocytes, basophil and Eosinophil? I wwanted to know is phagocytes a white blood cell, if yes then why because i searched the internet and it stated that neutrophil,Eosinophil and monocytes are phagocytes which means that phagocytes cannot be a white blood cell unless phagocytes is a name for representing neutrophil,Eosinophil and monocytes. And what is granulocytes ?

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