Mitosis and/or hypertrophy, that is the question.
Wadzilla, BIB, etals,
I corresponded with Jes Bech Muller in 8/8/00. He is the designer of the JES Extender in a collaborative effort with Jorn Ege Siana, M.D. of Denmark. He was kind enough to send me a Medical Dossier with about 200 references. The Medical Dossier proceeded to describe all aspects of the JES Extender. The section under Action and Properties would be apropos in this thread.
The action of the JES Extender “is due to the application of a Traction Force with its vector along the same penile axis, during a continuous period of time.”
“This continuous traction causes a reaction of adaptation to all structural levels of penile tissue component, with an increase of cellular multiplicity.”
“The number of cells of vascular vessels, urethra, corpus cavernosum and spongiosum. cutaneous cover, Darto’s and Buck’s fascias are increased. Latest studies indicates that traction can cause an increase of cellular division (mitosis) due to local suppression of an inhibitor of cellular multiplication, as can be the Contact Inhibitor.”
“At the present time, numerous studies have been started to evaluate this concept.” ( Last sentence is a bit of a hedge)
To irrefutably nail this down it is essential to locate reputable peer review scientific journals addressing the general area of penile hypertrophy/ mitosis under traction. (Wadzilla, you are to be commended on the work in this area you have done thus far.)
I hope this is of some interest and help.
The alchemy of PE. Measurements: Starting 5.75” NBPE, Current 7 3/8 BPE.