ⓘ Allen's test

                                     

ⓘ Allens test

In medicine, Allens test or the Allen test is a medical sign used in physical examination of arterial blood flow to the hands. It was named for Edgar Van Nuys Allen, who described the original version of the test in 1929. An altered test, first suggested by Irving S Wright in 1952, has almost universally replaced the original method in contemporary medical practice. The alternative method is often referred to as the modified Allens test or modified Allen test.

                                     
  • Allen s rule is an ecogeographical rule formulated by Joel Asaph Allen in 1877, broadly stating that animals adapted to cold climates have shorter limbs
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  • DOS that ran on IBM s PC line and led to Allen s and Gates wealth and success. The relationship became less close between Allen and Gates as they argued
  • friendship. Allen starred in issue 23, which was styled after a Silver Age comic, complete with complicated footnotes and florid prose. Allen s race lost
  • America s Foundation, where he is a Reagan Ranch Presidential Scholar. Allen was born in Whittier, California. Allen s father, George Herbert Allen was
  • 22, 2010. The United States Air Force created the General Lew Allen Jr. Trophy in Allen s honor, which is awarded annually to an Officer and a Senior NCO
  • Yorkshire. Allen s occupation at this time was described as Fancy Weaver. There was a son Frank born c. 1869 who died in 1876 age 7. By 1891 Allen had moved
  • Rebecca. Allen s mother was from a working class Portsmouth family, and was 17 when she gave birth to Sarah. Her family were devout Catholics. Allen is the