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Comments, with reply, on "Some imaging parameters of the oblique dipole layer cardiac generator derivable from body surface electrical potentials" by F. Greensite

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Geselowitz, D.B. ; Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, PA, USA ; Simms, H.D., Jr. ; Smith, S.M. ; Greensite, F.

The commenters maintain that the above-titled paper (ibid., vol.39, p.159-64, 1992) contains a flawed derivation of the heart surface source model for the anisotropic case, and that the argument that there will be a particular discontinuity in the body surface electrocardiographic waveform is based on a questionable picture of the time course of the area of breakthrough. The author responds that there is a flow in the commenters' argument that is one of the consequences of his work, and he elaborates on the matter.<>

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Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 8 )