cd4 and cd4count
Jun 29, 2008
what is a cd4 and how importance is the cd4 count? what is the normal cd4 count a person should have?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
CD4 cells are a type of immune cell that is critical in preventing and controlling many kinds of infections. HIV infection preferentially infects CD4 cells and reduces their number, thereby putting a person at risk for developing opportunistic infections. A normal CD4 count is between 500 and 1500.
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