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Stanford University, School of Medicineare CD4+ helper cells. There can be other kinds of circulating cells that are CD4+ and might not be CD3CD4 cells.Both of those CD4 percentages are in the normal range. Although there is less variability for CD4% it can fluctuate to some degree. I... Read more »
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Difference between CD4 and Percentage (CD4 count versus CD4%, 2011) (LACK OF CD4 RESPONSE DESPITE TREATMENT, 2011)Could someone explain what exactly is the correlation between CD4 cells and percentage. I know what... Read more »
Absolute Count and Percentage of CD4+ Lymphocytes Are Independent Predictors of Disease Progression in HIV-Infected Persons Initiating Highly Active Antiretroviral TherapyTodd Hulgan of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine 's Division of Infectious Diseases and colleagues conducted the study among 1,891 participants who began HAART regimens between 1997 and 2004 and received more than 30 days of therapy and who... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI just had one question concerning the cd4 level. In a healthy, non-infected individual, does the cd 4 percentage change, or is that supposed to remain constant? I have heard that it is supposed to remain constant?
Also, if i was infected say 31... Read more »
Posted by SimonB, 1 ReplyHello!
Sorry if this is a bore, but I'm recently diagnosed and although know the basics, my first appointment revealed a low CD4 percentage (13%) which caused my doctor some worry and I have to go for another round of tests in a month. VL was 133'000... Read more »
Posted by chucky, 2 Repliesi was diagnosed back in june 2003 with a cd4 of 40 and i started meds a few months later the ones i'm taking now are sustiva and truvada in feb 2006 my blood was drawn again and my viral load was <50 and cd4 was 74 wow! made me smile, so then in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 Repliesplease can somebody tell me if your cd count percentage
was 57 what would it be in absolute count. nobody knows at my doctors offfice and the lab won't tell me Read more »
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