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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective 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

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  • 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.

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  • The insertion of leads, in itself, might cause injury and resulting electrographic abnormalities, they noted.

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  • I must say I rather fancy viewing the jolly electrographic spectacle of The Count of Monte Cristo.

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