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Aschheim-Zondek test

[ ahsh-hahym-tson-dek, -zon- ]
/ ˈɑʃ haɪmˈtsɒn dɛk, -ˈzɒn- /
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noun Medicine/Medical.
a test used to detect whether a woman is pregnant by noting the effect on the ovaries of an immature mouse or rabbit injected with her urine.
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Also called A-Z test.

Origin of Aschheim-Zondek test

Named after S. Aschheim (1878–1965), German gynecologist, and B. Zondek (1891–1966), Israeli gynecologist born in Germany

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