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A Percutaneous Exported Way of Skin Tissue Fluid Based on Transdermal Enhancers and Thermal Gradient

2006 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics, 2006

The skin tissue fluid of human contains many useful components, which can be used to realize the noninvasive detection of human body, such as noninvasive blood glucose detection. In this paper, a percutaneous exported way of skin tissue fluid is presented, which makes use of penetration enhancing of TTDS and thermal micro-fluid driving technology. Compared with minimally invasive physical ways, ...


Relation between morphology of sebaceous glands inside human skin and viscoelastic properties

2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013

Three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the central frequency of 120 MHz made it possible to observe in vivo sebaceous glands at the deep part of the dermis at microscopic level. The deformation displacements were measured by an established testing device, and the viscoelasticity was estimated from the measured displacements and Voigt model. The occupancy, density or average size of sebaceous glands ...


Imaging of sebaceous glands of human skin by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy and its relation to elasticity

2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2011

High frequency ultrasound imaging has realized high resolution in vivo imaging of the biological tissues at a microscopic level. Human skin structure, especially sebaceous glands at the deep part of the dermis, was observed by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the central frequency of 120 MHz. The visco-elasticity and surface sebum level of the observed region were measured by established testing ...


The Structure of Human Sebaceous Glands and Its Relation to Skin Viscoelasticity

2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2018

High-frequency ultrasound has realized high-resolution observation of deep part of the dermis in vivo. The size of sebaceous glands was evaluated by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the ultrasonic frequency of 120 MHz. The viscoelasticity of the same regions was measured by well-established biomechanical equipment. There was no significant difference between the size of sebaceous glands in cheek and forearm. The ...



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  • A Percutaneous Exported Way of Skin Tissue Fluid Based on Transdermal Enhancers and Thermal Gradient

    The skin tissue fluid of human contains many useful components, which can be used to realize the noninvasive detection of human body, such as noninvasive blood glucose detection. In this paper, a percutaneous exported way of skin tissue fluid is presented, which makes use of penetration enhancing of TTDS and thermal micro-fluid driving technology. Compared with minimally invasive physical ways, the body is really unharmed by the new way, and the detection of the skin tissue fluid can be continuous and on-line. The following in vitro experiment results show its effectiveness and feasibility

  • Relation between morphology of sebaceous glands inside human skin and viscoelastic properties

    Three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the central frequency of 120 MHz made it possible to observe in vivo sebaceous glands at the deep part of the dermis at microscopic level. The deformation displacements were measured by an established testing device, and the viscoelasticity was estimated from the measured displacements and Voigt model. The occupancy, density or average size of sebaceous glands was compared with the viscoleasticity. There were three major findings in the comparisons. First, the occupancy of sebaceous gland showed negative correlation with the elasticity. Second, the density of sebaceous glands showed positive correlation with the viscosity. Third, the average size of sebaceous glands showed negative correlation with the viscosity. In conclusion, viscoelastic property of human skin is strongly influenced by the morphology of the sebaceous glands.

  • Imaging of sebaceous glands of human skin by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy and its relation to elasticity

    High frequency ultrasound imaging has realized high resolution in vivo imaging of the biological tissues at a microscopic level. Human skin structure, especially sebaceous glands at the deep part of the dermis, was observed by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the central frequency of 120 MHz. The visco-elasticity and surface sebum level of the observed region were measured by established testing devices. Both sebaceous glands density and surface sebum level were higher in cheek than those in forearm. The viscosity of forearm was lower than that of cheek. These results suggest that sebaceous glands may act as cushions of the skin besides their classical role of secreting sebum and some hormones. High frequency ultrasound imaging contributes to the evaluation of human skin aging.

  • The Structure of Human Sebaceous Glands and Its Relation to Skin Viscoelasticity

    High-frequency ultrasound has realized high-resolution observation of deep part of the dermis in vivo. The size of sebaceous glands was evaluated by three-dimensional ultrasound microscopy with the ultrasonic frequency of 120 MHz. The viscoelasticity of the same regions was measured by well-established biomechanical equipment. There was no significant difference between the size of sebaceous glands in cheek and forearm. The skin's ability to recover to its initial position after deformation was significantly higher in forearm than in cheek. Both sizes of sebaceous glands in cheek and forearm were positively correlated with the parameter of viscoelasticity. The size of the sebaceous glands in the deep part of the dermis can be a parameter of skin viscoelasticity. High-frequency ultrasound imaging contributes to the evaluation of human skin morphology as well as functions.



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