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Involvement Of Mechanical Stress In Androgenetic Alopecia | Von Mises 2d Analysis Models

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    With half opposite force rear:
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    With equal opposite force rear:
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    With double opposite force rear:
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    Reduced spacing between right and left force in front and rear and decreased model height.

    With equal force front and rear:
    upload_2018-4-10_22-3-49.png
     
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    Force in front moved one cell to the rear.

    With equal force front and rear:
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    Model wide equal opposite force in the front:
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    Model wide double opposite force in the front:
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    Xander94 Senior Member My Regimen

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    what do we do about this ?
     
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    Nothing. It's not relevant.
     
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    With half perpendicular force from outside and inside on right and left force in front:
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    With equal perpendicular force from outside and inside on right and left force in front:
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    With double perpendicular force from outside and inside on right and left force in front:
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    If you don't give a solution which regrows hair, it doesn't matter what kind of pictures you are posting.
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    Female pattern hairloss says no.
     
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    Anastomotic network of the scalp arteries upper view vs. von Mises stress model “With half opposite force rear”:
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    Left hand picture is excerpt from ISBN 978-3-642-41254-7
     
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    How do we reduce the stress caused from this model? Also how does this contribute to causing the degeneration of the arrectus pili muscle into fat?
     
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    Yeah arteries are responsible for delivering nutrients to hair follicles. Hence the DHT attacking them. I'm not trying to dismiss your theory outright but so far it is just that, a theory. You need to propose a mode of action towards influencing proposed "stress points" and affecting them to fix Androgenetic Alopecia. Ideally this would be done in randomized double blind trial group with placebo group included. However just demonstrating it on one patient might be a start.
    Until then mate we can't really follow this line of thougt.
     
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    Nerve sensory innervation of the scalp top view vs. von Mises stress model “With half opposite force rear”:
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    Left hand picture is excerpt from link: journals.lww.com/anesthesia-analgesia/Fulltext/1996/12000/The_Effect_of_Bupivacaine_Skull_Block_on_the.22.aspx
     
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    The first three layers of the scalp firmly fused together constituting a surgically single unit above the loose aerolar tissue, and the musculoaponeurotic layer of the scalp vs. von Mises stress model “With half opposite force rear”:
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    Left hand picture is excerpt from ISBN 978-3-642-41254-7
     
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    2D finite model grid overview showing the location of fixed support and forces vs. the first three layers of the scalp firmly fused together constituting a surgically single unit above the loose aerolar tissue, and the musculoaponeurotic layer of the scalp vs. von Mises stress model “With half opposite force rear”:
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    The middle picture is excerpt from ISBN 978-3-642-41254-7
     
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