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A nonlinear elastic behavior to identify the mechanical parameters of human skin in vivo
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In this paper, an inverse method that can be adapted to any kind of mechanical tests and behavior laws is presented. Expand
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Characterization of the mechanical properties of skin by inverse analysis combined with the indentation test.
This study proposes a new method to determine the mechanical properties of human skin by the use of the indentation test [Pailler-Mattei, 2004. Caractérisation mécanique et tribologique de la peauExpand
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Skin anisotropy in vivo and initial natural stress effect: a quantitative study using high-frequency static elastography.
BACKGROUND Most studies on skin anisotropy are carried out in an "average" context, e.g. with an extension/compression test on the skin in vivo, the elastic modulus being estimated for the stretchedExpand
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A new experimental method for measuring skin's natural tension
Purpose: The precise determination of skin's mechanical properties is still an open question. When performing an in vivo test, the piece of skin tested is not as well defined as it is in materialExpand
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Characterization of the mechanical properties of skin by inverse analysis combined with an extensometry test
The human skin is a material that exhibits complex behaviors. However, the determination of its mechanical characteristics is a paramount goal for dermatology (pathologies), and for the cosmeticsExpand
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Assessment of the clinical efficacy of a hyaluronic acid-based deep wrinkle filler using new instrumental methods
Abstract Background: The efficacy of numerous hyaluronic acid (HA)-based fillers has been demonstrated by semi-quantitative and qualitative methods, useful in clinical practice, but poorly reliable.Expand
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High spatial resolution quantitative MR images: an experimental study of dedicated surface coils.
Measuring spin-spin relaxation times (T2) by quantitative MR imaging represents a potentially efficient tool to evaluate the physicochemical properties of various media. However, noise in MR imagesExpand
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Association between collagen production and mechanical stretching in dermal extracellular matrix: in vivo effect of cross-linked hyaluronic acid filler. A randomised, placebo-controlled study.
BACKGROUND The effects of hyaluronic acid (HA) injection on tissue collagen anabolism are suggested to be related to the induction of mechanical stress, causing biochemical changes in skinExpand
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Confocal Raman microspectroscopy for skin characterization: a comparative study between human skin and pig skin.
The present paper provides a spectral comparison between abdominal human skin (Transkin) and pig ear skin using confocal Raman microspectroscopy at 660 nm. Pig ear skin is usually utilized as aExpand
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Measurement of the mechanical properties of the skin using the suction test
Introduction: The suction test is commonly used to study the mechanical properties of human skin in vivo. The unevenness of the stress fields complicates obtaining the intrinsic mechanical parametersExpand
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