Schultz-Charlton reaction

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Schultz-Charl·ton re·ac·tion

(shūlts kahrl'ton),
the specific blanching of a scarlatinal rash at the site of intracutaneous injection of scarlatina antiserum.

Schultz-Charlton reaction

A near-extinct skin test for scarlet fever (SF), which used either scarlet fever antitoxin or SF convalescent serum as the evocative antigen and a focal blanching (attenuation of the rash) as indication of scarlet fever.

Schultz-Charl·ton re·ac·tion

(shūlts kahrl'ton rē-ak'shŭn)
The specific blanching of a scarlatinal rash at the site of intracutaneous injection of scarlatina antiserum.

Charlton,

Willy, German physician, 1889–.
Schultz-Charlton phenomenon - Synonym(s): Schultz-Charlton reaction
Schultz-Charlton reaction - see under Schultz, Werner

Schultz,

Werner, German internist, 1878-1947.
Schultz-Charlton phenomenon - Synonym(s): Schultz-Charlton reaction
Schultz-Charlton reaction - the specific blanching of a scarlatina rash at the site of intracutaneous injection of scarlatina antiserum. Synonym(s): Schultz-Charlton phenomenon
Schultz-Dale reaction - the contraction of an excised intestinal loop or of an excised strip of virginal uterus from a sensitized animal, which occurs when the tissue is exposed to the specific antigen. Synonym(s): Dale reaction