Lymphocyte Levels For Hiv Patients
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Harvard Medical SchoolI think in this case, her chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and her boyfriend's HIV status are just a coincidence. I am not aware of any association between HIV and CLL. (There is however a weak association between HIV and myeloma, which is... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineTotal lymphocytes will decrease slightly, but the reduction in CD4 count is compensated for by the marked increase in CD8 lymphocyte count. Most patients get CD4 counts about 3-4 times per year. More if treatment is initiated or changed.... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineMost, but not all, T cell destruction is by HIV itself. In HIV/HCV patients some studies suggest that T cell responses to HIV medicines are not as good as in HIV patients without Hepatitis C. Some have wondered whether chronic hepatitis C may be a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIs it possible for a person experencing ARS to have huge amount of lymphocytes? I have read here at the body that all persons having ARS would have a low lymphocyte count during ars, then it would recover, then slowly decline again.
Reason asking is... Read more »
Posted by sam1000, 2 RepliesI have exposed for a unprotected oral sex (Another person Suck me).it made me worry. and I have undergone VDRL after 6 days it was Negative.
But my WBC make me fully disappointed
WBC: MAX :10000Min:4000
Neutrophills : 7200
Eosinophills... Read more »
Posted by regret2max, 1 Reply
One question which I read a lot of people concerning about.
I know that blood count is not accurate for HiV test, but I read that there's still few relationships that do exist.
Like acute HiV lymphocytes will drop. What about neutrophils and... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousPrimary HIV Infection Case Presentations
The following cases illustrate the complexities involved in recognizing and correctly diagnosing primary HIV infection (PHI). Extensive lab work, but also thorough history taking, is required. Patient 1 was... Read more »
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