dermatoglyphic


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dermatoglyphic

(ˌdɜːmətəˈɡlɪfɪk)
adj
relating to skin markings (such as fingerprints) or the study thereof
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Noun1.dermatoglyphic - the lines that form patterns on the skin (especially on the fingertips and the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet)
crinkle, wrinkle, furrow, crease, seam, line - a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface; "his face has many lines"; "ironing gets rid of most wrinkles"
Translations
dermatoglífico
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In this study, dermatoglyphic patterns of mentally retarded children are compared with the controls.
Tripe palm or palmar acanthosis nigricans is a condition in which there is a velvety, rugose thickening of palm, occasionally soles with an enhanced dermatoglyphic pattern resembling 'tripe' (the villous lining of ruminant stomach).
Dermatoglyphic indices and minor physical anomalies in patients with schizophrenia and related disorders, their first- degree biological relatives, and non psychiatric controls.
Comparative study of the dermatoglyphic ans anthropometric profile at different levels of sport qualification in under-17 volleyball teams.
1) The dermatoglyphic features are unique for an individual which are laid down permanently during 3rd and 4th months of intrauterine life and remain unchanged except for an increase in size.
The relationship between adolescents' dermatoglyphic characteristics and skeletal maturation
1] Because of its unique nature, the dermatoglyphic studies are increasingly drawing attention in anthropological survey, population genetics.
Dermatoglyphic abnormalities have been found in many conditions associated with chromosomal aberrations in genetically and non-genetically transmitted disorders.
Dermatoglyphic variations in five ethno-geographical cohorts of Indian populations: a pilot study.
1) There are distinct variations in the dermatoglyphic patterns amongst the races, sexes, right & left hands of same individual, also mammals of different species.
So, all these studies suggests an association between dermatoglyphic pattern and blood groups.