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Other Examples

Other Examples

Other Examples

Simple Arch

Composite

Tented Arch

Hill-shaped, curved top, no triangle was formed in with the shape

 

Arch Types:

1 Simple arch pattern – hill-shaped, curved top, no triangle was formed in with the shape

2 Arch pattern with uncertain centre – papillary lines form a peculiar indefinite pattern in the inner part of the arc, which cannot be related to other types of arc patterns.

3,4 False-whorl arch pattern – papillary lines form a pattern in the inner part of the arc resembling a whorl pattern, but lacking the features that define it as a whorl pattern.

5 Rare patterns related to arch ones – papillary patterns of tangle-loops and curved loops, the heads of which are located at the edge of a pattern (near the nail), but the central part has an arc-like pattern.

Composite

Tented Arch

Tented Arch

Simple Arch

Ulnar Loop

Like a camping tent with a sharp tip top.

 

Arch Types:

1 Tented arch pattern – papillary lines form a sharp bend in the middle of the pattern with a few vertical lines in the center. There are two subtypes of dome arcs, namely pyramidal arcs and tree-like arcs.

2,3 False-loop tented arch pattern – papillary lines form a pattern in the inner part of the arc, which resembles a loop but is not actually regarded as such. There are three cases of pattern falsity:

  1. Two lines converging at an angle do not form a semicircular head characteristic of loop patterns;
  2. Two lines converging at an angle continue as a single one without forming a loop head; there may be one or several lines between them, which intensifies the falsity effect;
  3. The head of the internal loop merges with the line which is part of the outer flow and goes into it, missing the false delta.

Simple Arch

Ulnar Loop

Ulnar Loop

Tented Arch

Radial Loop

The opposite of ulnar loop, the "waterfall" flows toward the thumb

 

Loop Types:

1 Simple loop pattern – papillary lines form a central pattern which is a typical loop (the head has a semicircular shape; the legs are relatively straight parallel lines).

2 Curved loop pattern – papillary lines forming the head of the loop (and not having a second delta in the area of the loop’s head) bend towards the bottom of the pattern. If the head of the loop inclines towards the bottom of the pattern and is located between two deltas, then type of the pattern is defined as a whorl.

3 Half-loop pattern – the legs of one or several loops being one inside another merge into one line on one side.

4 Loop pattern with a system of parallel loops – the internal flow of the pattern consists of two single loops, arranged parallel to each other.

5 Peacock´s eye loop pattern – from the center it looks like a peacock's eyes; the center consists of less than three circle or spiral, the end of each ring is connected in a straight line. It has two triangular points; one further and the other closer to the center (it is directed from the thumb).

Tented Arch

Radial Loop

Radial Loop

Ulnar Loop

Whorl

The opposite of ulnar loop, the "waterfall" flows toward the thumb

 

Radial Loop

1 Radial loop – papillary lines form a central pattern which is a typical loop (the head has a semicircular shape; the legs are relatively straight parallel lines).

2 Peacock´s eye radial loop – from the center it looks like a peacock's eyes; the center consists of less than three circle or spiral, the end of each ring is connected in a straight line. It has two triangular points; one further and the other closer to the center (it is directed to the thumb).

Ulnar Loop

Whorl

Whorl 

Radial Loop

Composite

A spiral pattern starting from the center and move outward, has two triangular points

 

Whorl Types:

1 Simple whorl pattern circle – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of circles.

2 Simple whorl pattern oval – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of ovals.

3 Simple whorl pattern spiral – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of one or several spirals, which make at least one full rotation around their axis.

4 Spiral loop – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of a loop curved like a spiral.

5 Incomplete whorl pattern – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of incomplete circles (ovals) or spirals, whose convex sides face towards the delta (or deltas) of the patterns and whose top parts are skirted by loop-like or arc-like lines of the external flow. In such patterns an incomplete circle (oval) should not be smaller than a semicircle.

6 Peacock´s eye whorl pattern – from the center it looks like a peacock's eyes; the center consists of three or more then three circles or spiral, the end of each ring is connected in a straight line. It has two triangular points; one further and the other closer to the center.

7 False-whorl loop pattern – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern that resembles a whorl, but that does not have the characteristics of closed loops and half-loops, and also does not form a circle, an oval or a system of tangle-loops.

Radial Loop

Composite

Composite

Whorl

Simple Arch

Tai Chi-like pattern without multi-layers or circle surrounding it

 

Composite Types:

1 Composite – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of two single loops that wind around each other and are curved like a spiral.

2 Composite with many-sided arrangement of the legs of the loops – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of two single loops, one of which skirts the head of the other one. The legs of the loops can be pointed towards its opposite edges.

3 Composite with one-sided arrangement of the legs of the loops – papillary lines of the internal flow form a pattern in the shape of two single loops, one of which skirts the head of the other one. The legs of the loops can be pointed towards one edge of the pattern.

4 Composite snail – a pattern formed by two curved flows of papillary lines that begin from the opposite edges, converging and winding around each other in the central part of the pattern.

5 Composite curved – papillary lines form a loop-like pattern where the head of the loop bends towards its bottom and is located between the two deltas.

6,7,8 Rare composite patterns – papillary lines of tangle-loops and curved loops, whose heads are located at the edge of a pattern (near the nail), and the central part has a loop-like pattern.

Whorl

Simple Arch

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