EEG Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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Contemporary Examples of eeg

Historical Examples of eeg

  • One part took the EEG and the other sent out the signal that did the damage.

  • In other words, the machine had recognized the EEG traces as something harmful to a human being.

    The Dueling Machine

    Benjamin William Bova

  • I want to know if the two team scientists who were stricken first had EEG's made after the attack.

  • In the one case where we have an EEG taken before the—incidents, let's call them—the pattern is entirely different.

  • The EEG recording is simply fed into a gadget that modulates a carrier wave.

British Dictionary definitions for eeg


abbreviation for
  1. electroencephalogram
  2. electroencephalograph
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eeg in Medicine


  1. electroencephalogram
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eeg in Science


  1. Abbreviation of electroencephalogram
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