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:
Constituents of a typical embalming solution are all, except:
A dead born fetus does not have:
Brachiocephaly is due to fusion of:
A dead body is having cadaveric lividity of bluish green color. The most likely cause of death is by poisoning due to:
Postmortem caloricity may be seen in all the following causes of death except:
Segmented blood in retinal blood vessels, sign is:
Rigor mortis is not seen in:
Heat stiffening in muscles occurs above temperature
A dead body with suspected poisoning is having hypostasis of red brown or deep blue in color. It is suggestive of poisoning due to:
The dead body of a murdered person is brought for preservation in mortuary. Which of the following statements is not correct?
In a suspected case of death due to poisoning, where cadaveric rigidity is lasting longer than usual, it may be a case of poisoning due to:
Condition promoting adipocere formation:
Which one of the tissues putrefies late?
The ideal place to record temperature in dead body is from: