Goldscheider test

Gold·schei·der test

(gōldt'shī-dĕr),
determination of the temperature sense by touching the skin with a sharp-pointed metallic rod heated to varying degrees.

Gold·schei·der test

(gōlt'shī-der test)
Determination of the temperature sense by touching the skin with a sharp-pointed metallic rod heated to varying degrees.

Goldscheider,

Johannes Karl August Eugen Alfred, German neurologist, 1858-1935.
Goldscheider disease - loosening of the epidermis with formation of bullae. Synonym(s): epidermolysis bullosa
Goldscheider test - determination of the temperature sense by touching the skin with a sharp-pointed metallic rod, heated to varying degrees.