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How do I  count rows of a subquery in MSSQL?

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How do I count number of returned rows in MSSQL within a subquery?

Error:  Only one expression can be specified in the select list when the subquery is not introduced with EXISTS.
SELECT navID, navURL FROM navSystemA where id IN
	(SELECT navID,(SELECT COUNT(*)) AS navCount  FROM navSystemAMap where storeID =
	(SELECT storeID FROM store_profile WHERE subdomain_name=@subdomain_name)
	AND active=1)

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