Red pulp

The red pulp of the spleen is composed of connective tissue known also as the cords of Billroth and many splenic sinusoids that are engorged with blood, giving it a red color.

Its primary function is to filter the blood of antigens, microorganisms, and defective or worn-out red blood cells.


He bears the appearance of an old judge.

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