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In 1mm3 of blood, there is 5 million red blood cells (erythrocytes), 10,000 white blood cells (leukocytes) and 300,000 platelets (rarely known as thrombocytes).
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1mm3 is only a thousandth of a mL, therefore, 1mL of blood would have about a thousand times more of each. I.e. 5 billion RBCs, 10 million WBC, and about 250-300 million platelets
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