The physical origin of waves in magnetocardiography technique and their applications in imaging.
In this research, we propose a theoretical model which helps us to consider evolutions of some special heart cells by using superconducting quantum interface devices (SQUID) in a magnetocardiography (MCG) technique. In this model, each cell has its own special electrical structure including ions and charges. These charges move within or outside the cell and emit some magnetic fields. Also, some charges have spins which emit spinning magnetic fields. Summing over these biofields produces the real biofield of a cell. All cellular magnetic fields are summed and enter into the sensor (SQUID) and form the observed pulse on the scope. On the other hand, each biofield induces a current on the superconductor of detector. To consider evolutions of a special cell, one can produce some currents, equal and in opposite directions of currents which are induced by other cells. These currents cancel effects of other cells and only the current and magnetic field of a desired cell is remained. Thus, one can analyze the behavior of one special cell. For example, if a cell converts to a tumor one, its radiated charges and magnetic fields are changed. These changes could be detected by SQUID and tumors could be diagnosed fast.