PMID: 14077300Nov 1, 1963Paper

BODY SURFACE POTENTIAL DISTRIBUTION: COMPARISON OF NATURALLY AND ARTIFICIALLY PRODUCED SIGNALS AS ANALYZED BY DIGITAL COMPUTER

Circulation Research
L G HoranD A BRODY

Abstract

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