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Per your instructions, I'm starting the new thread.
On a recent trip, I met a 63 year old man. I got friendly with him and during a conversation, he mentioned that he discovered at age 54 during a routine medical examination that he had only one kidney.
I asked to see his palm. I didn't see any abnormalities that jumped out at me.
Any ideas what I should have looked for ? I don't have a pic unfortunately.
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(Thanks for re-introducing this topic!! )
Well, I must admit that I have no experience at all regarding the very unusual experience of this man (because I think the story implicates that unitil that age he did not have any serious health problem - that could be related to his 'handicap').
Anyway, because we are talking about the seriously abnorma ASYMMETRY in his body - I think the most sensible strategy would be to look for significant difference between his right- and left hand. I would expect to find some unusual asymmetries in his dermatoglyphics, which are most likely to be found in the hypothenar (mount of moon) - though one should also check for the path of the a-, b-, c- and d-line (which start in the triradii below the fingers).
I hope this makes sense for you!?
Let's hope that other members can share any specific experience with this topic,
Martijn van Mensvoort
Hand researcher & psychologist in The Netherlands (Holland)
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