Jul 14, 2002
Dear Dr Holodniy, Thankyou for your recent response. I have another question regarding CD4's. Could you please interpret these CD4 results and let me know what they are? ie: above 500 or whatever. Test 1. CD4 (T helper cells) 49.0 1152 x 10^6/L (500 - 1400)
Test 2. T helper (CD4) : 58 (31 - 55) 1218 (400 - 1400)
Response from Dr. Holodniy
They are values for both count and percentage that are in the normal range for that laboratory.
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