The comprehensive immunophenotype of the blood cells is used:
- To monitor CD4 T-cell counts in patients with HIV infection
- To monitor and diagnose primary immunodeficiencies including severe combined immunodeficiency
- For immunological surveillance following immunosuppressive therapy for transplantation, autoimmunity, and other immunological conditions where such treatment is used
- To evaluate immunological recovery after hematopoietic cell transplantation
- For early detection of various abnormalities in lymphocyte subpopulations in infections or malignancies
- Measurement of circulating B lymphocytes for the diagnosis of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia
The comprehensive immunophenotype includes the following individual tests:
Laboratory test results are the most important parameter for the diagnosis and monitoring of all pathological conditions. 70%-80% of diagnostic decisions are based on laboratory tests. The correct interpretation of laboratory results allows a doctor to distinguish "healthy" from "diseased".
Laboratory test results should not be interpreted from the numerical result of a single analysis. Test results should be interpreted in relation to each individual case and family history, clinical findings, and the results of other laboratory tests and information. Your personal physician should explain the importance of your test results.
At Diagnostiki Athinon we answer any questions you may have about the test you perform in our laboratory and we contact your doctor to get the best possible medical care.