What are the symptoms of primary complex will blood test will confirm whether a child is affected or not?
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What is the test for primary complex?
The following are the basic symptoms for Primary complex (i.e) running nose without cough, weight loss, mild fever. If you realised any one go to doctor and consult with them. Doctor will suggest you to take blood test. He will check the Haemoglobin count and total count. Blood will contain both red and white cells. Based on the Blood test and Differential count we can easily come to conclusion that whether we affected by Primary Complex or Not. Differential Count: Polymorphs Range must be (Normal 40-60) Otherwise Primary Complex is +ve Lymphocytes Range must be (Normal 30-40) Otherwise Primary Complex is +ve Eosinophis Range must be (Normal 0-5) Otherwise Primary Complex is +ve Subject to Montoux Process.... Check with Platel Count..... Based on blood test you can confirm yourself whether Primary complex is there or not.. Baed on doctor suggestion v may go for x-ray test as final....
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