Huhner's test

Huhner's test

[′hyü·nərz ‚test]
(pathology)
An examination of seminal fluid obtained from the vaginal fornix and cervical canal after a specified interval following coitus; used in fertility studies to evaluate spermatozoal survival and activity in the female lower genital tract.
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