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Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Dec 28, 2011 8:54 pm


ARTICLE:

'CONVENTIONAL DERMATOGLYPHICS – REVIVED CONCEPT: A REVIEW' (2011)

http://ijpbs.net/vol-2_issue-3/bio_science/57.pdf

ARTICLE: 'Conventional Dermatoglyphics - A Review' Conven10


This very informative article describes e.g. the following topics:

- History of dermatoglyphics

- Embryogenesis of dermatoglyphics patterns

- Pattern configurations

- Studies in dermatoglyphics, e.g. the following 10 subjects:

I) Dermatoglyphic studies on syndromes
II) Dermatoglyphic study in breast cancer
III) Dermatoglyphic studies in psychological disorders
IV) Dermatoglyphics in obsessive compulsive disorder
V) Dermatoglyphics in diabetes mellitus
VI) Dermatoglyphics in cleft lip and cleft palate
VII) Dermatoglyphics study in myocardial Infarction patients
VIII) Dermatoglyphics in genodermatosis
IX) Dermatoglyphics in dental caries
X) Dermatoglyphics in malocclusion


ABSTRACT

Over the past 150 years, Dermatoglyphics has been a useful tool in understanding
basic questions in biology, medicine, genetics and evolution, in addition to being
the best and most widely used method for personal identification .Dermatoglyphic
analysis is now beginning to prove itself as an extremely useful tool for preliminary
investigations into conditions with a suspected genetic basis. In many respects, it
has been used as an adjunct to other disciplines, serving as a vehicle to resolve
broader biomedical problems. Thus in biology, anthropology, genetics and
medicine, dermatoglyphics serves as a tool to describe, compare and contrast,
and at times predict occurrences and risks for biomedical events studied by these
major disciplinary areas. This review focuses briefly on the spectrum of
development underlying the traditional dermatoglyphics


Full article available at:
http://ijpbs.net/vol-2_issue-3/bio_science/57.pdf

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Post  jeanette on Wed Dec 28, 2011 9:34 pm

Hi Martijin,
I could not get that link, as I do not have an adobe flasher, whatever that is. This has happened before.
Could you, or somebody, tell me again, as I can't remember do the fingerprints form first, then the lines.
Thanks,
Jeanette.

P.S. I am still studying fingerprints and did not take that man Campbell's advice. If you remember he advised me to give up the studying of them.
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Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:35 pm


Hi Jeanette,

Just in case you would like to read the full article (+ all other PDF-articles), I can recommend you to install the 'adobe reader' via the original adobe.com website, see: http://get.adobe.com/nl/reader/

(The full text of the article - without the pictures - is also available as an html-document here: http://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar?q=cache:xRwvkaNk_v8J:scholar.google.com/+%22conventional+dermatoglyphics%22&hl=en&as_sdt=0,5 )


PS. Yes Jeanette, don't worry: I am aware of his comment to you in the DMIT topic.

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