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[mass noun] The measurement of the electrical potential between electrodes placed at points close to the eye, used to investigate eye movements especially in physiological research.
- ‘There were similar cardiorespiratory channels to the PM unit but also two EEG channels, two electro-oculography channels, and two electromyogram channels (sensors to the anterior tibialis and genioglossus muscles).’
- ‘Oculography is important during clinical electroencephalography (EEG).’
- ‘Eye movements were recorded using electro-oculography and visually observed with the aid of Frenzel lenses during both sound and pressure challenge in four patients.’
- ‘In four affected members, electro-oculography demonstrated marked reduction of the Arden ration.’
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