The major components of the electrical structure of the heart are the working muscle (cells) of the atria and ventricles, the specialized conduction tissue, and the pacemaker cells. The general anatomical structure is shown in Fig. 9.1.
KeywordsSolid Angle Volume Conductor Electrode Separation Lead Field Body Surface Potential
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