Definition of Rubin test
1. Noun. Test to determine the patency or occlusion of the Fallopian tubes.
Medical Definition of Rubin test
1. An obsolete test of patency of the fallopian tubes; a cannula is introduced into the cervix uteri, and carbon dioxide gas is passed through the cannula by means of a syringe with manometer attachment; if the tubes are patent, the escape of gas into the abdominal cavity is evidenced by a high-pitched bubbling sound heard on auscultation over the lower abdomen, or free gas under the diaphragm can be demonstrated by X-ray. (05 Mar 2000)
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1. Health Consequences of Smoking for Women: A Report of the Surgeon General by DIANE Publishing Company (1985)
"... test (rubin test). Fertility and Sterility 20(5): 818-828, 1969. (99) NEUTEL, CI, BUCK, C. Effect of smoking during pregnancy on the risk of cancer in ..."