Mononuclear cell infiltration

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Mononuclear cell infiltrates are characteristic of inflammatory lesions, where white blood cells, mainly macrophages and lymphocytes, collect at the site of injury to help clear away the debris.[1] It is the sign of onset of graft rejection.

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  1. ^ Ziff, M (1989). "Pathways of mononuclear cell infiltration in rheumatoid synovitis". Rheumatology International. 3 (5). PMID 2481879.