radial loop


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radial loop

[‚rād·ē·əl ′lüp]
(forensic science)
A loop fingerprint pattern which flows in the direction of the radius bone.
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Labelled as T formation with triradius in the center of the drawing classified as half of ulnar and half of radial loop.
Dentro de las malformaciones congenitas mas comunes y de mayor prevalencia en nuestro medio y del mundo es el labio y o paladar hendido, y teniendo presente que embriologicamente la formacion de estas estructuras de la cara se desarrollan entre las mismas semanas del desarrollo embriologico de los dermatoglifos , los factores geneticos y ambientales que influyen en la formacion de los labios y paladar , pueden ser reflejados fenotipicamente por los dermatoglifos (Arch, Ulnar Loop, Radial Loop, Whorl).
This was due to an anomaly of the radial artery such as a radial loop, high take of radial artery or due to a small caliber vessel.
Of the 13 failures, in 7 patients radial artery spasm occurred and in 6 patients the advancement of the guidewire within the aorta was not succeeded due to failure to negotiate brachial tortuosity (n = 3), radial loop (n = 2), and aortic root elongation (n = 1).
Tented Loop--Formation with triradius in the centre of the drawing, which is classified as half of ulnar and half of radial loop [topologically) and in the literature is denoted by T.
Radial loop, ulnar loop, arches and whorls were recorded (Fig.
The radial loop pattern were found to be absent in I, II, IV, V of left hand and digits V, III, II of right hand.
According to the side of opening of the curve loops may be ulnar loop or radial loop (Fig.
Radial loop is so called because the ridges flow or terminate in the direction of radius bone of the forearm.
The qualitative study included fingerprint patterns (arches, radial loops, ulnar loops and whorls) and palmar patterns (Simian line and Sydney line).
Table 4 shows fall in the percentage of radial loops in pulmonary tuberculosis patients (0.8%) as compared to normal (2.2%) Table 3 shows in left hand and 2.2% and 1.6% in right hand respectively.
Loops may be ulnar or radial loops. The typical whorl is a generalized pattern.