Nov 25, 2003
I was just wondering what is considered to be a low T-cell count in the US. In Canada, it is 1.1*10^9cells/L. Is this accurate?
Response from Dr. Young
Here in the US (and I think in most centers), the lower limit of normal is about 350 cells/mm3.
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