Bachman-Pettit test

Bach·man-Pet·tit test

(bahk'măn pĕt'it),
a modification of the Kober test for the detection of estradiol and similar estrogenic hormones in the urine.

Bachman-Pettit test

A variant of the Kober test—used to colorimetrically semi-quantify naturally occurring urinary oestrogens—that is rarely dignified eponymously.

Bachman,

George W., U.S. parasitologist, 1890–.
Bachman-Pettit test - modification of the Kober test for the detection of estrogenic hormones in the urine.

Pettit,

Auguste, French physician, 1869-1939.
Bachman-Pettit test - see under Bachman