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Figure 10: Recording of an epidermal and dermal fingerprint.

Figure 10: Recording of an epidermal and dermal fingerprint. The dermal print (right) varies in size from the epidermal print (left). In addition, the dermal friction ridge detail is recorded as double rows of dermal papillae compared to epidermal friction ridge detail, which is recorded as single ridge units.

 

Figure 10 is the recording of an epidermal and dermal fingerprint. The dermal print (right) varies in size from the epidermal print (left). In addition, the dermal friction ridge detail is recorded as double rows of dermal papillae compared to epidermal friction ridge detail, which is recorded as single ridge units.