MCQs   Forensic medicine


About the Forensic medicine category (2)
Features of lead poisoning are the following EXCEPT: (1)
Injury due to lightening can be due to all except (1)
Sexual intercourse Between father and daughter is (1)
Cyanosis in a dead patient may be confused with (1)
Contraction of the paraspinal muscles often causes (1)
Privation of joint is (1)
Death certificate consists of (1)
Magistrate inquest is done in following circumstances (1)
Widmark's formula helps in the measurement of blood level of - (1)
Dirt collar or grease collar is seen in - (1)
All of the following are tests to determine the stoppage of circulation except - (1)
Multiplying factor of estimating from femur (male) is - (1)
Diatoms are seen in (1)
Y chromosome is: (1)
Spalding‘s sign is seen in (1)
Shape of nulliparous cervical canal is : (1)
Which is not an aryl phosphate (1)
Dialysis is useful in poisoning for all except (1)
Hemoperfusion with charcoal (1)
Which of the following indicates compensated metabolic alkalosis? (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 2 (1)
Forensic medicine MCQ 1 (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 3 – Burtonian line is seen with poisoning of? (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 4 – Mercury will affect which part of the renal tubule? (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 5 – The drug of choice for mushroom poisoning is? (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 6 – Which of the following is not an aryl phosphate? (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 7 – Spalding‘s sign (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 8 – Shape of nulliparous cervical canal (1)
Forensic medicine – MCQ 9 – Aryl phosphate (1)