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    Kotsiubynska Yu.Z., Kozan N.M., Zelenchuk H.M., Koliadenko S.V., Vakar T.V.

    POSSIBILITY OF USING DERMATOGLYPHIC PARAMETERS OF THE MEDIUM AND PROXIMAL FINGER FALANGES OF THE HANDS WITHIN THE REQUIREMENTS OF DVI-INTERPOL


    About the author: Kotsiubynska Yu.Z., Kozan N.M., Zelenchuk H.M., Koliadenko S.V., Vakar T.V.
    Heading CLINICAL MEDICINE
    Type of article Scentific article
    Annotation The study material was the dermatological parameters of the middle and proximal phalanges of the fingers that were obtained from 460 representatives of different ethno-territorial groups of the Carpathian region with the use of Futronic's FS80 USB 2.0 optical scanner, that were subjected to quantitative and qualitative study and processing by one- and multidimensional statistical analysis. The morphological structure peculiarities of the dermatoglyphic parameters of the middle and proximal finger phalanges have been studied; it is suggested to use "Complementary classification of skin patterns of middle and proximal phalanges of fingers" (Author's certificate of scientific work No. 74560); it is suggested to classify the dermatoglyphs of the middle and proximal phalanges of the fingers by the complexity of the morphological structure. Based on the performed research, a separate self-sufficient system of dermatoglyphic identification features was developed, which is able to increase and confirm the reliability of the complex identification examination results according to DVI Interpol criteria.
    Tags forensic medicine, identification of the person, dermatological parameters
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №2(72), 2020 year, 074-079 pages, index UDK 340.6+343
    DOI 10.26724/2079-8334-2020-2-72-74-79