Jellinek formula

Jel·li·nek for·mu·la

(jel'i-nek),
a method of estimating the prevalence of alcoholism in a nation's population, based on the assumption that a predictable proportion of persons addicted to alcohol die of cirrhosis of the liver.

Jellinek,

Edward J., English physician, 1890-1963.
Jellinek formula - a method of estimating the prevalence of alcoholism in a nation's population.