Chantemesse reaction

Chante·messe re·ac·tion

(shahn-tuh-mĕs'),
a conjunctival reaction, especially as applied to typhoid.

Chantemesse reaction

A conjunctival response of uncertain diagnostic or prognostic utility described by André Chantemesse, a French bacteriologist, which was once regarded as characteristic of typhoid.

Chantemesse,

André, French bacteriologist, 1851-1919.
Chantemesse reaction - a conjunctival reaction, especially as applied to typhoid.