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EEG electrode

Summary Information: EEG electrode

EEG electrode: An EEG (electroencephalograph) electrode is an electrode (e.g. a metal wire) that is temporarily positioned on the scalp for either stimulating the brain or recording electrophysiological signals from the brain.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: EEG electrode

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Other Names For EEG electrode

  • Electroencephalograph electrode

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