arch pattern

arch pattern

[′ärch ‚pad·ərn]
(forensic science)
A fingerprint pattern in which ridges enter on one side of the impression, form a wave or angular upthrust, and flow out the other side.
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The juxtaposition of the contemporary and the ancient is, somehow, a mutually beneficial fit, aided by the repetitive arch pattern von Heyl used as the base for her painting.
The present study showed an increased arch pattern in the fingertips in both hands in carcinoma breast cases and was statistically significant in conformity with Oladipo (4) Shivaji (5) Kavita6 and Aprajitha.
An increase in the arch pattern, low pattern intensity in hands, a decreased total and absolute finger ridge count, a decreased a-b ridge count in the left hand and a decreased ATD angle were significantly associated with carcinoma breast.
(10) Higher arch pattern in this study was also observed by Purandare.
In this study, a higher frequency of ulnar loop and arch patterns in male children and a lower frequency of whorls were observed.
Male children Arch pattern showed higher frequency in digit I, V of left hand and digits IV and I of right hand.
Table 4 shows there is no significant change in arch pattern in pulmonary tuberculosis patients (4.2%) as compared to controls (5.2%) in left hand and 4.2% and 3.6% in right hand respectively.
Increased number of arches was observed in both hands in breast cancer patients, these results were supported by Raizada et al 2013(21) who found an increasing number of arch patterns in both hand in breast cancer patients in comparison with the control.
Gillian Gregory's choreography keeps the chorus of servants strutting about in predictably arch patterns, to which Hall, bless her, merely looks on.
Measuring 84m in length, the tunnel is a long narrow oval, the encompassing arch patterned and textured by the structural brickwork.