Obermayer test

O·ber·may·er test

(ō'bĕr-mā-ĕr),
a test for indican; solids in the urine are precipitated by means of a 20% solution of acetate of lead and then filtered, and to the filtrate is added fuming hydrochloric acid containing a small amount of ferric chloride solution; if indican is present, the addition of chloroform causes the formation of indigo, indicated by the blue color.

Obermayer’s test

An obsolete qualitative test described by Friedrich Obermayer (1861–1925), an Austrian physician, for urinary indican, which was once used to diagnose bacterial overgrowth of the intestine.

Obermayer,

Friedrich, Austrian physician, 1861-1925.
Obermayer test - for indican.
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