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Central Asian Journal of Pediatrics

Central Asian Journal of Pediatrics

Abstract

Signs of dermatoglyphics remain unchanged in the flow of all life of man. Therefore study of digit and palm’s elements of dermatoglyphics at diseases, in the origin of that study genetically factor have actual values. The aim of this research was a study of feature of dermatoglyphics at a diabetes mellitus for adults and for children. The imprints of skin patterns conducted on worked out authors by the method of scan-out, with the subsequent count of ulnar, radial loops and krausens. On digit patterns determined a ridge account. Studied the index of Furugata, index of Paul and index of Kellinsa also. Research results showed that for patients a diabetes mellitus was a considerable increase of number of arcs and increase of frequency of met of krausens. Marked for diabetics considerable reductions of percent of carriers of different patterns, and also reduction and total comb account as compared to a control group. There were identical changes of indexes of dermatoglyphics at a ridge diabetes mellitus, in addition for the children of patients a diabetes mellitus was considerably mark a digit formula for ulnar loops and krausens. Thus, undertaken studies allowed to educe the characteristic changes of her indexes at a diabetes mellitus. There were identical changes of indexes of dermatoglyphics at a ridge diabetes mellitus, in addition for the children of patients a diabetes mellitus was considerably mark a digit formula for ulnar loops and krausens. Thus, undertaken studies allowed to educe the characteristic changes of her indexes at a diabetes mellitus.

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