Medical Definition of Rh blocking test

1. A test for nonagglutinating Rh antibodies: an Rh agglutination test is first carried out; if the test for Rh agglutinins is negative, then 1 drop of anti-Rho agglutinating serum of moderate titre is mixed with the patient's serum containing Rh-positive test cells; if after incubating for from 1 to 2 hr at 37°C no agglutination occurs, Rho-blocking antibodies are assumed to be present in the patient's serum. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rh Blocking Test

Reynold
Reynold's number
Reynolds
Reynolds number
Reynolds pentad
Reynoldsian
Rezekne
Rg Veda
Rgveda
Rgvedic
Rh-negative blood
Rh-negative blood type
Rh-positive blood type
Rh antibody
Rh antigens
Rh blocking test (current term)
Rh incompatibility
Rh negative
Rh null syndrome
Rh positive
Rhabditis
Rhabditis-like
Rhabdoviridae
Rhadamanthus
Rhadamanthuses
Rhadamnathus
Rhaetian
Rhaeto-Romance
Rhaeto-Romanic
Rhagoletis

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