gram stain test

gram stain test
A laboratory test for symptoms of gonorrhea, universally used, and considered to be practically conclusive, certainly so when the objective symptoms are present. Peterson v Widule, 157 Wis 641, 147 NW 966. granage (gran'aj). Same as grainage.

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