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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 4

CT image and 2D finite element model of human head used for simulation experiments. (a) A head CT image of a healthy volunteer was used to construct a finite element model. (b) A finite element model (FEM) with an ideally symmetrical structure was constructed according to the right boundary of each layer of head tissues in the head CT image. The 2D head model consisted of 17659 triangular elements, 9200 nodes, and 16 electrodes (A: anterior; P: posterior; L: left; and R: right).

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