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nystagmograph

[ nĭ-stăgmə-grăf′ ]
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n.

An apparatus for measuring the amplitude and velocity of ocular movements in nystagmus by measuring the change in the resting potential of the eye as the eye moves.

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nys′tag•mogra•phy (nĭs′tăg-mŏgrə-fē) n.

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