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... the one i am appealing since they stopped my benefits back in july. anyway in the letter it talks about my cd57 count...i am wondering what the normal range is? ... (7 replies)
... Hi Shanna Glad to see you posting lately. I have my CD57 done at Labcorp and the results are a # not a %. The normal range for them is 60-360 with 200 being where it should be. My 1st # was 11, then went to 9 this past March and up to 22 in Sept. Still very very low but going in the right direction. Different labs probablty have different criteria. What lab did... (7 replies)
... I meant to post my Stricker panel results - %CD8/CD57+ Lymphs 1 2-17 is normal range Abs CD8 -CD57+ Lymphs 12 60-360 is normal range Test was done 3/31/05 and have not been retested since. (21 replies)

... between CD57 numbers and state of health. Evidently Stricker, Burrascano and Winger, at the time of writing, hadn't read my CD57 numbers and how I felt. ... (7 replies)
... FlaGal, Thanks for posting the ranges (I didn't have them on my report). This now makes sense to me and I see my doc was right - that my numbers are within range. Ballady (22 replies)
... My CD57 has both results, where my "number" is 360 where normal is 60-360and my percentage is 8%, where normal range is 2-17% (22 replies)
... of what they should be, maybe using that range you gave? ... (7 replies)
... in his treatment guidelines. When tested at Lab Corp, he says a normal count is above 200 and that doctors want Lyme patients to have a count over 60. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I am not sure if this is correct, but I believe "normal", i.e. non-Lyme infected person, is supposed to be over 200. For Lyme patients, they "like" to see it over 100. That's why it can be really scary if you have a lower number. Here, though, is what my doctor said about CD-57. It is NOT always an accurate indicator of how sick/well a patient is. He says just... (7 replies)
... a normal count is above 200. ... (21 replies)
... Mine was 14 but I was told that this should be read as a percentage, not a whole number. As such, it put me in the normal range. ... (22 replies)
... other items fell in between normal range when given. ... (2 replies)
Sc Llmd
Jan 28, 2008
... were well within the normal range. ... (12 replies)
... Your test isn't the same as mine, Mine says: Abs. CD8-CD57 +Lymphs 26 (LOW) range 60-360 I personally haven't heard anyone refer to them in %'s but I'm sure someone out there has and knows how to read yours. Mine came back with my regular CBC's. Have you looked it up? I'm stumped!:confused: Sarah (22 replies)
... Hello lymegirl :wave: My LLMD performed the Stricker Panel on me as well. It gives you an indication of how well the immune system is functioning. On my test results, it says HNK1 (CD57) Panel - I know NK stands for natural killers cells. The two indices (besides several different blood compositions, i.e., WBC, RBC, etc) listed are: % CS8-/CD57+ Lymphs, and Abs.... (11 replies)
... Was your CD57 done by Labcorp? ... (30 replies)
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... is a normal range for cd57 in healthy people. ... (9 replies)
... I wonder if we are talking about the same CD57 test? ... (22 replies)
... The CD-57 cells are a sub-type of white blood cell that 1) attacks and kills Lymes AND cancer, 2) that Lyme kills off, and 3) Lyme suppresses production of. It's used as a rough gauge of how badly your immune system has been beaten back. As I recall, the numbers can vary by as much as 30% even with samples taken the same day, so it's a very rough gauge unless you have large... (3 replies)

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