- fingerprint ridges
- cristae cutis.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Fingerprint recognition — or fingerprint authentication refers to the automated method of verifying a match between two human fingerprints. Fingerprints are one of many forms of biometrics used to identify an individual and verify their identity. This article touches on… … Wikipedia
Fingerprint powder — Fingerprint powders are fine powders used in dusting for fingerprints by crime scene investigators and others in law enforcement. The process of dusting for fingerprints involves various methods intended to get the particles of the powder to… … Wikipedia
Fingerprint (disambiguation) — Fingerprint is usually a human fingerprint made by the pattern of ridges on the pad of a human finger. Other types of fingerprints include,* Genetic fingerprint, distinguishing two individuals of the same species using only samples of their DNA * … Wikipedia
Fingerprint — Fin ger*print, n. [Finger + print.] 1. an impression of the pattern of ridges on the skin of the last joint of a person s finger, left on a surface after a person has touched the surface. Note: Fingerprints left by persons who have committed… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Fingerprint — This article is about human fingerprints. For other uses, see Fingerprint (disambiguation) … Wikipedia
fingerprint — /fing geuhr print /, n. 1. an impression of the markings of the inner surface of the last joint of the thumb or other finger. 2. such an impression made with ink for purposes of identification. 3. any unique or distinctive pattern that presents… … Universalium
fingerprint — 1. An impression of the inked bulb of the distal phalanx of a finger, showing the configuration of the surface ridges, used as a means of identification. SEE ALSO: dermatoglyphics, Galton system of … Medical dictionary
fingerprint pattern type — Formed by a series of lines, corresponding to ridges (hills) and grooves (valleys) on the skin of the fingertip. There are eight basic types of fingerprint patterns: 1. plain arch: the simplest pattern. The ridges enter on one side, rise … Forensic science glossary
fingerprint — n. the distinctive pattern of minute ridges in the outer horny layer of the skin. Every individual has a unique pattern of loops (70%), whorls (25%), or arches (5%). Fingerprint patterns can show the presence of inherited disorders. See also… … The new mediacal dictionary
fingerprint — 1. noun a) The unique natural pattern of ridges on the tips of the fingers. b) The patterns left on surfaces where uncovered fingertips have touched. 2. verb To take somebodys fingerprints. The jail staff fingerprints its guests routinely … Wiktionary