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Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system

Summary Information: Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system

Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system: A lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system is a laboratory method used to determine the amount of CD4 T-lymphocytes in the blood; a severe reduction in CD4 T-lymphocytes is correlated with complications due to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system

These diseases are related to the medical device Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system:

  • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
  • B-cell lymphoma
  • T-cell lymphoma
  • Congenital immunodeficiency (e.g. DiGeorge syndrome)
  • Increased progression of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  • Post transplant lymphoproliferative disease (PTLD)
  • Monitor (expected) immunosuppression in organ transplant patients

Other Names For Lymphocyte immunophenotyping assay system

  • AIDS T-lymphocyte cell marker test
  • CD4 marker test
  • CD4/CD8 ratio test
  • CD4 percentage test

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