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Absolute cd4 count

Absolute cd4 count

The number of helper t-lymphocytes in a cubic millimeter of blood. With hiv, the absolute cd4 count declines as the infection progresses. The absolute cd4 count is frequently used to monitor the extent of immune suppression in persons with hiv. Also called a t4 count.

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