Mosenthal test

Mo·sen·thal test

(mō'sĕn-thahl),
an infrequently used test to evaluate renal concentrating ability by measuring the density of urine every 2 hours during the ingestion of a controlled diet.

Mosenthal,

Herman Otto, U.S. physician, 1878-1954.
Mosenthal test - to evaluate renal concentrating ability.