The term dermatoglyphics
is the scientific study of epidermal ridges and their patterns on palms, soles, fingers and toes.
The data on dermatoglyphics
patterns of both palms and fingers were collected by traditional ink and paper method.
To compare the dermatoglyphics
pattern of pulmonary tuberculosis with normal, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
, as a diagnostic tool, is well reflected in a number of diseases which have strong hereditary and genetic basis.
Harold Cummins (1926) coined the word dermatoglyphics
These disparities may be due to genetic as well as environmental factors and it has been reported that digital dermatoglyphics
patterns are genetically determined and influenced by environmental, physical and topological factors.
CONCLUSION: The present study was undertaken to study dermatoglyphics
patterns in hands of type II diabetes mellitus and its role in early detection of type II diabetes.
The knowledge of dermatoglyphics
in patients with CAD can be utilized to find out the genetic correlation.
Keywords * Autistic disorder * Dermatoglyphics
* Fingerprint * Child * Risk
and ethnic relationships of the Chipaya of Bolivia.
11 Our patient had no alopecia, palmoplantar hyperkeratosis, or blistering and had absence of dermatoglyphics
only over fingertips.
Finger prints, palsms and soles: An introduction to dermatoglyphics