from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to an electrograph or electrography.
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Interictal and ictal seizure-like events resembling those recorded at the electrographic recordings from patient's brain
Under the ultramarine sky, so dark now that the tone had left their faces, the spectacle of this sometime gambling capital seemed as unreal as an electrographic dream.
Studies using continuous electrographic monitoring have reported a much higher (28\%-31\%) incidence of seizures.
The insertion of leads, in itself, might cause injury and resulting electrographic abnormalities, they noted.
I must say I rather fancy viewing the jolly electrographic spectacle of The Count of Monte Cristo.