• EOG
German: Elektrookulographie
Japanese: 眼電図記録法

Neurology. A recording of voltage changes resulting from shifts in position of the eyeball. This is possible because each globe is a positive (anterior) and negative (posterior) dipol. Along with the EEG and the EMG, one of the three basic variables used to score sleep stages and waking.

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