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microvolt

 (μV) [mi´kro-vōlt]
one millionth (10−6) of a volt.

mi·cro·volt (mcV),

(mī'krō-vōlt),
One millionth of a volt.

mi·cro·volt

(mcV) (mī'krō-vōlt)
One millionth of a volt.

microvolt

one-millionth (10−6) of a volt; abbreviated μV.
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The Cambridge Heart Microvolt T-Wave Alternans Test measures a specific extremely subtle pattern of beat-to-beat fluctuations in a person's electrocardiogram.
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To his surprise, Brown found that a variation as small as 1[degrees]C would produce a voltage as large as 300 microvolts.
5 to 500 microvolts, and exposures lasted 10 to 40 minutes.
5 microvolts prompted 100 percent increases, she notes.
The readings were initially identical, with amplitudes averaging 50 to 70 microvolts.