DETERMINATION OF CHEILOSCOPY AND DACTYLOSCOPY AMONG TRIBAL BELT PHYSIOTHERAPY COLLEGE STUDENT IN CHHATTISGARH.
Rajni Thakur* and Deepti Gautam
Background: So many problem faced by human being in past to provide the identity of an individual, identification of human being was requisite for personal, social and legal reason; cheiloscopy, dactylographic pattern being uniform throughout the life, so the research of cheiloscopy, dactylographic pattern, distinctive and permanent in the present century is the most reliable method of human being identification. Aim: To study of cheiloscopy, dactylographic pattern on all the fingers of both hands among tribal students. Materials and Methods: This research were conducted in 300 students 200 females and 100 males 17 to 25 years age groups in tribal belt Government Physiotherapy College in Chhattisgarh, India. In this research were Students selected those family are tribe belongs to Chhattisgarh state, students without any disease related to lips, normal lip mucosa and finger and cleft lip and any inflammation, allergic to the lip stick, and with any kind of disease in lip and finger were excluded from our study. Result: In this research we obtained 300 students, maximum number of case in 22- 22 years students in 167 and in female 109 and in 58 male, 100 (33.33%) were males and 200 (66.66%), most common lip pattern was II branched 56.66% and least common types of V mixed indefinite 1.35%, dactylographic pattern in female and male total highest number were obtained whorl 2000 (66.66%) and least pattern was composite 10 (0.33%). Conclusion: In the present research, lip pattern more in II type and dactylographic pattern highest number of pattern was whorl. Further in future research concerning standardization of the pressure applied to lip print dactylographic pattern during recording the prints is recommended and development for biometric system, identification of tribes races to allow fast and accurate assessment of lip print patterns and dactylographic pattern.
Keywords: Whorl, Composite, Tribe, Cheiloscopy, Human being, Chhattisgarh.
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