Electrooculogram



[ih-lek-troh-ok-yuh-luh-gram] /ɪˌlɛk troʊˈɒk yə ləˌgræm/

noun, Ophthalmology.
1.
a record of the changes in electrical potential that occur between the front and back of the eyeball as the eyes move between two fixed points: used to detect retinal dysfunction.
Abbreviation: EOG.

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