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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 7

Simulated stroke lesions of different sizes.The radius of the object was set to 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 0.50, 0.25, and 0.10 cm (from (a) to (f)) (A: anterior; P: posterior; L: left; and R: right). The conductivity of the object was set to 0.65 S/m in the case of simulated hemorrhagic stroke and 0.13 S/m in the case of simulated ischemic stroke.
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