MCQs on Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

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#1. Post-mortem lividity helps in the determination of the following except:

#2. Wet digestion method is used for extraction of following poison from viscera:

#3. Foamy liver is seen in:

#4. In drowning, the epidermis of the hands and feet is separated in the form of gloves and stocking after:

#5. Cut-throat wound cause death by:

#6. One of the following solvents is not metabolized in the body to cyanide:

#7. The most active ingredient in cannabis is:

#8. Caffey Syndrome is related with:

#9. Prolonged prothrombin time occurs in cases of poisoning with:

#10. Postmortem hemolysis due to bacterial enzyme:

#11. Acroreaction test helps to identify a:

#12. Cadaveric spasm commonly seen in:

#13. The following is a poisonous mushroom species:

#14. “Nutmeg liver” refers to:

#15. Intersex means:

#16. After death all of following show rise in CSF, except:

#17. The second stage of acute acetaminophen toxicity is characterized by:

#18. Area of “contact flattening” is associated with:

#19. Rigor mortis does not occur in fetus less than:

#20. The most important sign for identification of contact firearm inlet is:

#21. Greenish colour earliest sign of putrefaction due to:

#22. Kozelaka and Hine method is used for the quantitative estimation of

#23. Odour of mummified body is:

#24. Drug of choice in alcohol withdrawal is:

#25. In iron poisoning, bloody vomiting and diarrhea, massive fluid loss in GIT, renal failure and death occur in:

#26. Choose the wrong statement regarding child abuse:

#27. Following is active principle of Abrus:

#28. Most fixed part of intestine is:

#29. Which of the following conditions does not resemble rigor mortis?

#30. Chief agent for bacterial putrefaction is:

#31. In case of acute CO poisoning, coma and death with lively red colour occur at a carboxy haemoglobin level of:

#32. Linseed, Safflower and Cottonseed are used for:

#33. Assertion (A): The colour of lividity in carbon-mono oxide poisoning is cherry red. Reason (R): Because of the binding of carbon to hemoglobin.

#34. Which of the following is not a paraphilia:

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

#36. Exhumation done under order by:

#37. Following color test is applied for the detection of opiates:

#38. Heat stiffening in muscles occurs above temperature:

#39. Considering mode of administration, poison acts more rapidly when:

#40. Morbid jealousy is seen with:

#41. Anoxic anoxia produced by all, except:

#42. Whiplash is which form of injury:

#43. A person with a head injury can talk normally and tell about the circumstantial evidence in case of:

#44. The average rate of alcohol elimination in breath per hour is:

#45. Malignant hyperthermia is a danger with:

#46. Bluish discolouration of neck of tooth due to:

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

#48. The greatest dimension of an incised wound is:

#49. Dry burn is caused by:

#50. Blue line in the gingival margin in case of lead poisoning is due to deposition of:






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