SkinFibroMeter Articles

SkinFibroMeter in scientific articles

Below is a list of references for the scientific studies related to the SkinFibroMeter.

References

Monteiro, Rodrigues et al. 2020. “EEMCO Guidance for the in Vivo Assessment of Biomechanical Properties of the Human Skin and Its Annexes: Revisiting Instrumentation and Test Modes.”
Skin Pharmacology and Physiology 33(1): 44–60.

Yu, Ziyou et al. 2020. “Assessment of Skin Properties in Chronic Lymphedema: Measurement of Skin Stiffness, Percentage Water Content, and Transepidermal Water Loss.”
Lymphatic Research and Biology 18(3): 212–18.

Ziegler, Mary et al. 2020. “Gene Expression Changes in the Skin of Patients Undergoing Medial Thigh Liposuction With Pre-Surgical and Post-Surgical Application of Topical Products.”
Aesthetic Surgery Journal Open Forum 2(3): 1–16.

Mayrovitz, Harvey et al. 2019. “Factors Affecting Interpretation of Tissue Dielectric Constant (TDC) in Assessing Breast Cancer Treatment Related Lymphedema (BCRL).”
Lymphology 52(2): 92–102.

Nguyen, Julie et al. 2019. “A Dose-Ranging, Parallel Group, Split-Face, Single-Blind Phase II Study of Light Emitting Diode-Red Light (LED-RL) for Skin Scarring Prevention: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.”
Trials 20(1): 432.

Zaleska, Marzanna et al. 2019. “The Effectiveness of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression in Therapy of Lymphedema of Lower Limbs: Methods of Evaluation and Results.”
Lymphatic Research and Biology 17(1): 60–69.

De Vrieze, Tessa et al. 2018. “Protocol of a Randomised Controlled Trial Regarding the Effectiveness of Fluoroscopy-Guided Manual Lymph Drainage for the Treatment of Breast Cancer-Related Lymphoedema (EFforT-BCRL Trial).”
European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 221: 177–88.

Douglass, Janet et al. 2018. “Moderating Factors in Tissue Tonometry and Bioimpedance Spectroscopy Measures in the Lower Extremity of Healthy Young People in Australia and Myanmar.”
Lymphatic Research and Biology 16(3): 309–16.

Kim, M. et al. 2018. “Use of SkinFibrometer to Measure Skin Elasticity and Its Correlation with Cutometer and DUB Skinscanner.”
Skin Research and Technology 24(3): 466–71.

Mayrovitz, Harvey et al. 2018. “Age and Hydration Dependence of Jowl and Forearm Skin Firmness in Young and Mature Women.”
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 17(6): 1262–70.

Douglass, Janet et al. 2017. “Lymphatic Filariasis Increases Tissue Compressibility and Extracellular Fluid in Lower Limbs of Asymptomatic Young People in Central Myanmar.”
Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease 2(4): 50.

Foubert, Philippe et al. 2017. “Autologous Adipose-Derived Regenerative Cell Therapy Modulates Development of Hypertrophic Scarring in a Red Duroc Porcine Model.”
Stem Cell Research and Therapy 8(1): 261.

Mayrovitz, Harvey et al. 2017. “Skin Indentation Firmness and Tissue Dielectric Constant Assessed in Face, Neck, and Arm Skin of Young Healthy Women.”
Skin Research and Technology 23(1): 112–20.

Seo, S. et al. 2017. “Measurements of Scar Properties by SkinFibroMeter, SkinGlossMeter, and Mexameter and Comparison with Vancouver Scar Scale.”
Skin Research and Technology 23(3): 295–302.

Sun, Di et al. 2017. “The Value of Using a SkinFibroMeter for Diagnosis and Assessment of Secondary Lymphedema and Associated Fibrosis of Lower Limb Skin.”
Lymphatic Research and Biology 15(1): 70–76.

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