hand ratio

hand ra·ti·o

the ratio of the length of the hand (measured on the dorsum from the styloid process of the ulna to the tip of the third finger) to the width across the knuckles.
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Control males left hand ratio 2D: 4D is lower (0.935) than in female left hand control (0.945) while there were no differences for the right hand (0.928 versus 0.921).
Larger sex differences were found for the right hand of males indicating that the right hand 2D : 4D is more sensitive to fetal androgens than the left hand ratio 19].
Derived variables (body mass index, foot index, and stature/foot and hand ratios) were calculated from the measured variables.