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#1. The level of toxicity of Datura plant on the basis of increasing level is:
#2. Which one of the following is a sweet prepared from Bhang and used as an appetizer?
#3. Odour of mummified body is:
#4. The following are the tests for analysis of morphine except:
#5. Which of the following type of abrasions are associated in sexual assault over the thigh of a woman?
#6. Following test is a confirmatory test for phenol:
#7. A 32 year-old farmer received abdominal trauma, after 2 hours the pulse reached 136/min, blood pressure 70/40. The cause is:
#8. Extradural haemorrhage commonly occurs from rupture of:
#9. Post-mortem caloricity means:
#10. Which one of the following is not an insecticide of vegetable origin?
#11. Ester test is done for the identification of which of the following poisons?
#12. Cadaveric spasm commonly seen in:
#13. Treatment of opioid over dosage is:
#14. Which of the following is important for the identification from hair?
#15. Marijuana smoking impairs the operation of motor vehicles for how long after it use?
#16. The following are Opioid withdrawal symptoms, except:
#17. Area of “contact flattening” is associated with:
#18. Gettler’s test is associated with:
#19. Chasing the Dragon is:
#20. The presence of blood in the semen causing pink or reddish colour is known as
#21. Amotivational Syndrome has been reported with chronic use of:
#22. The specific antidote in case of iron poisoning is:
#23. After stoppage of circulation muscles can live up to:
#24. Common cause of death in Extradural haemmorhage is:
#25. Considering mode of administration, poison acts more rapidly when:
#26. Foamy liver is seen in:
#27. Scalding is caused when liquid in contact has temperature above:
#28. The shape of sub pubic angle in a female is
#29. A 4 year old boy accidentally ingested a clear fluid, vomited twice then started to cough with tachypnea, 24 hours later he developed fever of 39 °C due to bronchopneumonia. The possible diagnosis is:
#30. In 0.22 Airgun pellet, the minimum velocity required to perforate human skin is:
#31. Assertion (A): The colour of lividity in carbon-mono oxide poisoning is cherry red. Reason (R): Because of the binding of carbon to hemoglobin.
#32. Vesication test is done to confirm the identification of following poison:
#33. Brush burn refers to:
#34. The second stage of acute acetaminophen toxicity is characterized by:
#35. First internal organ to putrefy is:
#36. Polar fracture is a:
#37. Acroreaction test helps to identify a:
#38. In a case of hanging, if the knot is situated at the occipital region, is called:
#39. Commonest cause of impotence in male is:
#40. Following are the types of Neurosis, except:
#41. All are adulterants of heroin, except:
#42. Flaying of the skin is associated with which of the following wounds?
#43. Griess reagent can be used to detect which one of the following acids?
#44. The total number of bones in the human skeleton in an adult is:
#45. Burn type relatively painless:
#46. Tear in the intima of the carotid artery with bleeding into its wall is seen in cases of:
#47. The most important sign for identification of contact firearm inlet is:
#48. Tattoo marks destroyed, their presence can be inferred from presence of pigment in:
#49. Rectal temperature does not appreciably fall till what time after death:
#50. First external sign of putrefaction of body lying in air is around: