The extension of two-dimensional cable theory to arteries and arterioles
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Electrical polarization of an artery or an arteriole may be modeled by the use of equations developed for two-dimensional cable theory. Two special cases have previously been solved: those corresponding to the case in which the radius is either zero (one-dimensional cable theory) or infinite. This paper presents the general solution.
KeywordsIncomplete Gamma Function Double Series Circular Symmetry Outward Unit Vector Cable Theory
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