Definition of echoencephalograph in English:

echoencephalograph

(also EEG)

noun

  • An instrument used to examine the skull and brain by means of reflected ultrasonic waves as part of a painless and noninvasive procedure.

    • ‘This echoencephalograph applies an ultrasonic pulse to the patient's head; the pulse travels to a predetermined structure and is partially reflected as an echo pulse.’

Pronunciation:

echoencephalograph

/ˌekōənˈsefələɡraf/