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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) | Open Access | Fully Refereed | Peer Reviewed International Journal

ISSN: 2319-7064

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How Fingerprints are Collected on Different Diseases

Vishal Saini

Abstract: "Everything gets contacts leave trace". How fingerprints are important in someone while the diseased people can?t use fingerprint devices but don't worry, we do have different techniques to trace the evidence. Many people are there who suffer from some of the skin diseases. These types of diseases have a strong influence on the process of fingerprint recognition. For conducting the successful investigation there should be proper planning, People with fingerprint diseases are unable to use fingerprint scanners, which is discriminating for them, they are not allowed to use their fingerprints for the authentication purposes in any place where biometrics is used as a personal identity of a person. Dactyloscopic card and electronic sensors this is followed by some examples of diseased finger fingerprints, acquired both from. Before fingerprints were adopted as a recognition method, bone measurement was performed by the Bertillon method, named after the French policeman Alphonse Bertillon. He claimed each person has different body proportions thus body measurements and photographs were enough for individual identification.

Keywords: Fingerprints, Diseases, Authentication, Skin diseases, Dermatology, Biometrics, Evidence