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Psoriasis

Named from the Greek word for “itch”, psoriasis is a persistent skin condition. The skin becomes inflamed, producing red, thickened areas with silvery scales, most often found on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back.

 

Fragmenting

The center of the print is fragmenting. 

 

Scar Tissue

A Scar on the finger interferes with print ridges, but creates a new unique print.

 

Age

When a person gets older the friction ridges are get less visible.

    

Fingerprint Basics
Types of Fingerprints
Fingerprint Patterns
Ridge Characteristics
Developing Powders
Developing Reagents
Developing Reagent Details
Lifting Techniques
Fingerprint Identification
History of Fingerprinting
Body Prints
Animal Fingerprints
DNA Fingerprinting
Trace Evidence
Forensic Science
Jobs Involving Fingerprinting