electrooculogram


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electrooculogram

[i‚lek·trə·′ok·yül·ə‚gram]
(physiology)
A record of the standing voltage between the front and back of the eye that is correlated with eyeball movement and obtained by electrodes placed on the skin near the eye.
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Although they had no sleep problems, electrooculogram, electrocardiogram and submental electromyogram were also included in their recordings so we can determine the sleep stages.
Electrooculogram (EOG) signals are corneal-retinal signals between the cornea and retina formed by eye movements and caused by hyperpolarization and depolarization.
EEG data collected from 13 (two female, eleven male; ages 22-40 years) healthy right-handed subjects performing a visual spatial attention task was recorded from 29 scalp electrode locations using an EEG standard electrode cap (Electro-Cap International Inc.) and two EOG (electrooculogram) electrodes with a sampling frequency of 512 Hz.
During EEG recordings, it is common practice to acquire simultaneously electrooculogram (EOG) and electrocardiogram (ECG) signals to monitor eye movement and heart activity, respectively.
Konar, "Voluntary eye movement controlled electrooculogram based multitasking graphical user interface," International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, vol.
Materials and Method: A total of 30 hypothyroid patients of both sexes underwent polysomnography to assess sleep based on bioelectric potentials - electroencephalogram, electromyogram, and electrooculogram. The results were compared with age- and sex-matched euthyroid controls.
The resulting electrical signal that can be obtained from this field is called Electrooculogram (EOG).
"DWT-DCT-SVD based blind watermarking technique of gray image in electrooculogram signal.", IEEE 12th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA), 2012.
A standardized ophthalmologic examination was performed including best-corrected visual acuity of both eyes, ophthalmoscopy after pupillary dilation, fundus photograph electrooculogram (EOG), flash electroretinogram (FERG), multifocal ERG (mfERG), and optical coherence tomography scans (OCT) to give insight into the current functional status of the patient.
Two additional electrodes were positioned above the eyebrows for the electrooculogram (EOG) recording; the ground electrode was located at Fpz.
Four types of data, EEG, ECG, EOG (Electrooculogram), and the reaction time, were collected from the experiments.