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Overview
Interpreting Results

Overview of CD3

What is CD3?

CD3 is a marker used to determine whether a person has T cells lymphoma or leukemia. It is also conducted post blood cancer treatment and on patients who have been diagnosed with HIV and are suffering from weakened immune system.

Why is CD3 done?

You should get this test done if you have symptoms suggesting a leukemia or a lymphoma like 
• Enlarged lymph nodes
• Itchiness or rashes on the skin
• Puffy skin 




Preparation for CD3

  • No special preparation required

Sample Type for CD3

The sample type collected for CD3 is: Blood

Interpreting CD3 results

Interpretations

The CD3 cells are made up of the sum of CD4 and CD8 cells, which is basically the entire count of t cells in a body. The standard count of CD4 cells, for a healthy individual should be anywhere between 500 and 1500. 

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