Schiller test

Schil·ler test

(shil'ĕr),
a test for nonglycogen-containing areas of the portio vaginalis of the cervix, which may be the site of early carcinoma; such areas fail to stain dark brown with iodine solution; loss of glycogen due to erosion and other benign conditions may also give a positive result.

Schil·ler test

(shil'er test)
A test for non-glycogen-containing areas of the vaginal part of the cervix, which may be the site of early carcinoma; such areas fail to stain dark brown with iodine solution; loss of glycogen due to erosion and other benign conditions may also give a positive result.

Schiller test

(shil′ĕr)
[Walter Schiller, Austrian-U.S. pathologist, 1887–1960]
A test for superficial cancer, esp. of the uterine cervix. The tissue is painted with an iodine solution. Cells lacking glycogen fail to stain, and their presence may indicate a malignant change.

Schiller,

Walter, Austrian pathologist in U.S., 1887-1960.
Schiller test - for early carcinoma of the cervix.
Schiller tumor