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A recording of eye movements, even behind the closed lids of a person who is asleep, obtained from an instrument called an electro-oculograph that measures electrical potentials in the extra-ocular muscles. EOG abbrev. [From Greek elektron amber (in which electricity was first observed) + Latin oculus the eye + Greek gramme a line]

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