Electro-bioscopyE*lec`tro-bi*os"co*py\, n. [Electro- + Gr. ? life + -scopy.] (Biol.) A method of determining the presence or absence of life in an animal organism with a current of electricity, by noting the presence or absence of muscular contraction.
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