Meaning of electrooculogram

e•lec•tro•oc•u•lo•gram

Pronunciation: (i-lek"trō-ok'yu-lu-gram"), [key]
— n. Ophthalm.
  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. Abbr.: EOG
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