electroneuronography

electroneuronography
elec·tro·neu·ro·nog·ra·phy (e-lek″tro-noor″on-ogґrə-fe) testing for the integrity of the facial nerve by applying an electrical stimulus to it near the stylomastoid foramen and measuring and recording its response.

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