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magnetoencephalography

 (MEG) [mag-ne″to-en-sef″ah-log´ra-fe]
a noninvasive diagnostic technique that directly measures the magnetic fields produced by electrical currents in the brain. A vaultlike device is necessary to ensure that the accuracy of the test is not affected by interference from magnetic fields produced by electrical wires and radio and television transmissions.

MEG

Abbreviation for magnetoencephalogram.

MEG

abbr.
1. magnetoencephalogram
2. magnetoencephalography

meg

A regional term for marijuana.

MEG

Abbreviation for magnetoencephalogram.