Forensic medicine MCQs Archive
The brick red colour of post mortem lividity is seen in poisoning due to?
A. Carbon monoxide
B. Hydrogen sulphide
Lichtenberg figures are seen in?
A. Heat stroke
B. Radiation injury
Danbury tremor is seen in?
A. Mercury poisoning
B. Iron poisoning
C. Lead poisoning
D. Arsenic poisoning
‘Paradox gun’ is a?
C. Automatic pistol
D. Machine gun
The combination of alopecia & skin rash, painful peripheral neuropathy and confusion with lethargy are seen in?
A. Copper poisoning
B. Nickel poisoning
C. Selenium poisoning
D. Thallium poisoning
Kevorkian sign is seen in?
B. Retinal vessels
D. Vitreous humour
Which of the following is true regarding superfecundation?
A. Fertilization of a second ovum in a woman who is already pregnant
B. Occurs in bipartite uterus
C. Both ova do not
Scorching results from?
A. The flame emerging from the muzzle
B. Grains of gunpowder being driven into the skin
C. Superficial deposit of smoke on the skin
D. Deposition of lead or
Regarding rugoscopy, all are true except?
A. Palatal rugae are used as a method of identification
B. Palatoprints do not change during growth
C. Primary rugae are less than 3mm