MCQs on Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

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#1. Vesication test is done to confirm the identification of following poison:

#2. Tardieu’s spot

#3. What is the natural substrate for the cannabinoid receptor in the brain?

#4. Organophorous compounds and carbamates are powerful inhibitors of:

#5. Rigor mortis is not seen in:

#6. Polar fracture is a:

#7. Formaldehyde injected for embalming is:

#8. Hypothermia is said to exist when Rectal / oral temp less than:

#9. Rhohypnol (Rape drug) is:

#10. Ethanol is absorbed into blood from:

#11. Greenish brown staining of superficial veins was observed on the sides of abdomen and thighs of a dead body. This condition is known as:

#12. Earliest sign of death is:

#13. Treatment of opioid over dosage is:

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

#15. A dead body is having cadaveric lividity of bluish green color. The most likely cause of death is by poisoning due to:

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

#17. The last organ to putrefy in the young girls is:

#18. Which of the following instrument is used to identify the organic drugs?

#19. Which of the following does not belong to the group?

#20. Cibra orbitalia ( a fine porosity visible on the ceiling of orbit ) is a sign of:

#21. One of the following manifestations is an indication of severe ethanol intoxication:

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

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

#24. The length is the greatest dimension in which of the following wounds?

#25. Which of the following can not be detected through radioimmunoassay?

#26. When a group of muscles of a dead body were in state of strong contraction immediately prior to death and remain so even after death, the condition is termed as:

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

#28. Cold Turkey is associated with:

#29. In 0.22 Airgun pellet, the minimum velocity required to perforate human skin is:

#30. Exhumation done under order by:

#31. Following are the types of Neurosis, except:

#32. Which of the following is the major metabolic of cocaine in blood and urine?

#33. The following is not a feature of antemortem burns?

#34. Tache noire refers to:

#35. The colour of blood in deaths due to burns is:

#36. The following is not a feature of antemortem burns?

#37. After death blood usually remains fluid except in:

#38. Beveling cut refers to:

#39. One of the followings produce toxic hypothermia:

#40. Fine, white lathery froth that is copious and tenacious around mouth and nostrils is suggestive of death due to:

#41. Condition promoting adipocere formation:

#42. Drug of choice in resistant schizophrenia is:

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

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

#45. Assertion (A): Blood less dissection of neck structures is recommended in deaths due to strangulation. Reason (R): It allows identifying and excluding post-mortem artefacts.

#46. Haemoglobinuria occurs when burnt skin surface exceeds:

#47. Cannabis sativa contains the following principal constituents:

#48. The most appropriate method for the extraction of plant poison from viscera:

#49. Heroin is easily differentiated from its cutting agents by

#50. Flattening remains until:






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