Isopower mapping of the electrogastrogram (EGG).

@article{Homma1997IsopowerMO,
  title={Isopower mapping of the electrogastrogram (EGG).},
  author={Saburo Homma},
  journal={Journal of the autonomic nervous system},
  year={1997},
  volume={62 3},
  pages={163-6}
}
  • Saburo Homma
  • Published 1997 in Journal of the autonomic nervous system
Electrogastrograms (EGGs) were recorded simultaneously at 14 locations of the epigastric abdominal surface of the human. EGGs were spectrally analyzed by the maximal entropy method (MEM). Spectral frequencies were classified into five groups: 1 cycle per minute (cpm) (-2.4 cpm), 3 (2.5-4.9), 6 (5.0-7.4), 8 (7.5-9.9), and 10 (10.0-12.9). The maximal power peak (Zi) in each spectral group at a certain electrode location (Xi, Yi) was used as a representative (Zi = [Xi, Yi]). Horizontal line… CONTINUE READING

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