Incidentally, recording electrodes with subclinical stimulus electrodes can differentiate between plaque and polar fluids like blood. The plaques are made up of electrodeposited crystals, lots of them, lots of different ones. Crystals, (even liquid crystals like the cholesterols in plaque) come out of solution at characteristic temperatures. 98.6 is not one of them, of course. All the juxtaposed crystals observable on electron microscopy in plaques are electrodeposited because, naturally, that is the only device allowed by physics. Simpleton physicians (remember, the MD is a bachelor's degree) seem to think that an aggregation of hundreds of different crystals could come about by some biological process, a patent absurdity. Veins are unaffected by atherosclerosis because they lack innervation, duh. Turbulence and electrogenic proximity both enhance electrodeposition, too. Mathematically, the incomplete equation for electrodeposition explains why tall people escape while shorties succumb. See chapter 10 or 11 in Nicholson B. Exocrinology the Science of Love. Amazon.
So for the non-dummies out there, I should have just established my bona fides, eh?
When exposed to a transient electric field, dipoles align. Released, the dipoles tend to return to their original position, but then they OSCILLATE BACK. That's a T-wave. Docs have wondered why T waves form since there's no electrical activity in the heart going on at the time. Well, it's a damped, driven oscillation, which I have described for my cousin's husband who published it for me under his own name, Tom Irvine. Well, lipids without dipoles don't do that. They flatline. Of course, you are going to have to have some means of discrimination because you are going to have such diversity that learning will need to take place, so many electrodes may be necessary. Sound? It's help, but you'll need both. No problem. Nothing's cheaper than programmable low voltage electrode arrays. You may have to account for many other variables, maybe not. It all depends. It's doable, but you will probably need somebody like me, which you don't have right now. Gimme a call.