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n. a method of recording eye movements and to assess the resting potential of the retina. Tiny electrodes are attached to the skin at the inner and outer corners of the eye, and as the eye moves an alteration in the potential between these electrodes is recorded. The recording itself is called an electrooculogram (EOG).

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