MCQs on Forensic Anthropology

Enhance your knowledge of Forensic Anthropology by taking this test.

Best Of Luck

#1. The radiological study of skeletal remains for age estimation is based on the fusion of

#2. Bertillonage is synonymous term to:

#3. Which of the following teeth are superadded permanent teeth in jaw of an adult?

#4. The following is not a component of Gustafson’s method:

Next

#5. Multiplication factor for stature from femur is:

#6. The shape of sub pubic angle in a female is

#7. Pre-auricular Sulcus helps in the determination of:

#8. Ossification of bones may be used for determination of:

#9. The total number of bones in the human skeleton in an adult is:

#10. The following formula is used for the determination of stature:

#11. Anthropometry is an identification system which is also known as________

#12. Which type of the teeth are not present in human primary dentition?

#13. The following bones are useful for the determination of stature:

#14. Foramen magnum is present on:

#15. The period of mixed dentition extends:

#16. The following is not a feature of a female skull:

#17. Accurate individualization of the victims from bones is possible by using one of these following techniques:

#18. Kinky hairs are characteristics of:

#19. Which is the best bone for determination of sex from skeletal remains?

#20. The centre of ossification for the iliac crest appears by the age of:

#21. Which of the following is not a prominent feature of male skull?

#22. Olecranon fossa is present in which of the following bones?

#23. Which of the following sutures of the skull are the first to fuse?

#24. Taurodontism is a feature seen among:

#25. Skull photo superimposition technique was used for the first time in which of the following cases ?

#26. Which of the following sutures of the skull is last to fuse?

#27. Mass disaster victim identification could be achieved on the basis of:

#28. Shoval shaped incisors are found amongst;

#29. The multiplication factor to estimate stature from femur is:

#30. The total number of carpal bones in a child aged 16 yrs is:

Finish

Results

-

Congratulation!!!

Try Again!!!

error: Content is protected !!