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Last Updated: 02 May 2022
is adermatoglyphia an additional feature of kindler syndrome? "is adermatoglyphia an additional feature of kindler syndrome?", by de Almeida HL, Goetze FM, Fong K, Lai-Cheong J, McGrath J. f01: First patient with adermatoglyphia of fi ngers (A) and toes(B). Typical aspect of the dorsum of the hand , note a recent erosionin the middle finger (C)...

Adermatoglyphia is the absence of ridges on the skin on the pads of the fingers and toes, along with on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. Due to the fact that no two people have the same patterns, fingerprints have long been used as a way to determine people. Adermatoglyphia has been called the "immigration delay disease" due to the fact that affected individuals have had difficulty entering nations that call for fingerprinting for identification. In some families, adermatoglyphia occurs with no related signs and symptoms. Adermatoglyphia is additionally a feature of a number of uncommon syndromes categorized as ectodermal dysplasias, consisting of a problem called Naegeli-Franceschetti-Jadassohn syndrome/dermatopathia pigmentosa reticularis that impacts the skin, hair, gland, and teeth.

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