Mosso ergograph

Mos·so er·go·graph

(mos'ō),
an instrument consisting of pulleys, weights, and a recording lever, which is used to obtain a graphic record of flexion of a finger, hand, or arm.

Mos·so er·go·graph

(mos'ō ĕr'gō-graf)
An instrument consisting of pulleys, weights, and a recording lever, which is used to obtain a graphic record of flexion of a finger, hand, or arm.

Mosso,

Angelo, Italian physiologist, 1846-1910.
Mosso ergograph - an instrument used to obtain a graphic record of flexion of a finger, hand, or arm.
Mosso sphygmomanometer - an apparatus for measuring the blood pressure in the digital arteries.