Study of Fingerprint Patterns in Relation to Gender and Blood Groups in Navi Mumbai, India

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Study of Fingerprint Patterns in Relation to Gender and Blood Groups in Navi Mumbai, India

September 8, 2021 Medicine and Medical 0

Introduction: A variety of physical and mental features can be used to identify people. Because fingerprints are one-of-a-kind, they can be used to identify a person. The fingerprint is a slimy and oily imprint of the finger’s friction ridges. Previous research has discovered a strong link between fingerprint pattern, gender, and blood group. The study’s goal was to see if there was a link (if there was one) between fingerprint pattern, blood group, and gender. The study’s goal was to see if there was a link (if there was one) between fingerprint pattern, blood group, and gender. Materials and Methods: The study included 170 participants (70 males and 100 females) between the ages of 18 and 65. After verbal assent, the study participants’ fingerprint patterns were compared to their gender and ABO-Rh blood group. The most frequent blood group in the ABO system was B (36.47 percent), followed by O (35.88 percent), A (18.23 percent), and AB (9.4 percent ). The most prevalent rhesus factor was Rh + ve (95.88 percent ). The loop (62.35 percent) was the most popular pattern, followed by whorl (32.94 percent) and arch (32.94 percent) (4.7 percent ). There was a considerable difference. Conclusion: The current study confirms that the loop fingerprint pattern is the most prevalent, while the arch fingerprint pattern is the least common. The fingerprint pattern and the ABO blood group had a substantial relationship, according to the study. There was no statistically significant link between fingerprint pattern and gender.

Author(s) Details

Dr. Amit Patil
Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Dr. DY Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India.

Dr. Amrit Malik
Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Dr. DY Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India.

Dr. Treza Shirole
Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Dr. DY Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India.

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