electrooculogram
noun Etymology: electr- + Latin oculus eye + English -gram — more at eye Date: 1947 a record of the difference in electrical charge between the front and back of the eye that is correlated with eyeball movement (as in REM sleep) and obtained by electrodes placed on the skin near the eye

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  • EOG — electrooculogram. * * * …   Universalium

  • EOG — electrooculogram …   Useful english dictionary

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