complete blood count

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complete blood count

[kəm′plēt ′bləd ‚kau̇nt]
(pathology)
Differential and absolute determinations of the numbers of each type of blood cell in a sample and, by extrapolation, in the general circulation.
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Expenditures totaled $13,885 for individuals at the earliest stage of disease but rose steadily across declining strata of CD4 cell counts, reaching $36,532 for those with the most advanced disease.
That study, which involved 3,810 infants from 0 to 89 days old, found a bacteremia incidence of 1% (38 cases), and the median total peripheral white blood cell count among the infants with bacteremia was not significantly different from the count among those without it (Ann.
The study, carried out by the Research Institute for Animal Production in Slovakia, shows that an organic selenium supplement increases immunity and reduces milk somatic cell counts that lead to farmgate penalties.
22) In contrast, another study detected viral rebound in patients within 2 to 3 weeks after interrupting treatment based on either CD4 T cell counts or viral load, though the patients had previously maintained viral suppression for more than 2 years with HAART.
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He divided 10 cows into two groups having average cell counts a little over 300,000.
The standard WBC dilution used for blood, 1:20, should yield an accurate nucleated cell count.
He tested HIV-positive in 1993 (CDC Classification B3), and his CD4+ cell count nadir was 121 cells/[mm.
Ms Smith says: "Trials have shown even an individual cow's cell count can vary from 40,000/ml to 200,000 within a month, without showing any signs of infection.