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Research Article

Exploratory Study on the Methodology of Fast Imaging of Unilateral Stroke Lesions by Electrical Impedance Asymmetry in Human Heads

Figure 1

Illustrations of SBVP formation. (a) When the current was injected through electrode pair (1, 9), six groups of SBVP were formed by six BVs measured from the electrodes on the right hemisphere of the head and six other BVs from the left hemisphere. (b) The drives on electrode pair (2, 10) and (16, 8) constructed a pair of symmetrical drives. Six groups of SBVP were formed by six BVs measured from the right hemisphere during the drive on electrode pair (2, 10) and six BVs from the left hemisphere during the drive on electrode pair (16, 8). Similarly, another six groups of SBVP were formed by six BVs from the right hemisphere during the drive on electrode pair (16, 8) and six BVs from the left hemisphere during the drive on electrode pair (2, 10). This pair of symmetrical drives generated 12 groups of SBVP. Two BVs that formed one group of SBVP are marked with the same color (A: anterior; P: posterior; L: left; and R: right).
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