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Cd4 and cd8 ratio is 4.0 And it says my T cells are elevated. Why does that mean?

See below. All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, the data you provided is not a cause for concern. Why was the test done? Do you have any symptoms? What were the results of other tests? It would be best discussed with the doctor who ordered the test. Read more...

0.6 cd4/cd8 ratio, 40% of T-cells are cd4, HIV/HTLV negative, no reason found. Is this idiopathic cd4 lymphocytopenia? Even if cd4 are 40% no lower?

LEUKOCYTOSIS. LEUKOCYTOSIS = elevated WBC. These labs associated with infection/leukemia /lymphoma and demand prompt evaluation You need an Exam/Labs/UAC&S and CXR to start. Also ct scan of chest/abd/pelvis .If no source is found then a hematology consult with bone marrow biopsy may be warranted. If BMB IS NEGATIVE IT MAY BE CLASSIFIED IDIOPATHIC AND BE CLOSELY MONITORED. Read more...