oscillatory potential

os·cil·la·to·ry po·ten·tial

the variable voltage in the positive deflection of the electroretinogram (β-wave) of the dark-adapted eye arising from amacrine cells.

os·cil·la·to·ry po·ten·tial

(os'i-lă-tōr-ē pŏ-ten'shăl)
The variable voltage in the positive deflection of the electroretinogram (B-wave) of the dark-adapted eye arising from amacrine cells.
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