Friedman's test


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Friedman's test

Etymology: Maurice H. Friedman, American physiologist, 1903-1991
a modification of the Aschheim-Zondek test. A sample of urine from a woman is injected into a mature unmated female rabbit. If, days later, the rabbit ovaries contain fresh corpora lutea or hemorrhaging corpora, the result is positive, indicating that the woman is pregnant.

Friedman's test

(frēd´mənz),
n.pr See test, pregnancy.
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