The dermatoglyphic pattern of the Kabuki make-up syndrome.

TitleThe dermatoglyphic pattern of the Kabuki make-up syndrome.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1982
AuthorsNiikawa N, Kuroki Y, Kajii T
JournalClinical genetics
Volume21
Issue5
Pagination315-20
Date Published1982 May
Abstract

Dermatoglyphic analyses of 12 patients with the newly recognized Kabuki make-up syndrome revealed a combination of unusual dermatoglyphic patterns. They included frequent fingertip ulnar loop patterns (72%), the absence of digital triradius c or d (25%), an interdigital triradius bc or cd (33%), hypothenar loop patterns (67%), and ulnar loop patterns in the fourth interdigital area (17%). Other unusual findings included persistence of fingertip pads (58%), a single flexion crease of the fourth or fifth finger (25%), and an excess of minor flexion creases of the palm (92%).

Alternate JournalClin. Genet.
Citation Key7116676

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