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Forensic Block 1

Forensic Block One

(1) Erethism is seen in poisoning with:

(2) Which of the following poison act by inhibiting heme synthesis:

(3) A dead body is having a postmortem lividity of bluish green color. The most likely cause of death is by poisoning due to:

(4) A patient with the histroy of acid poisoning had brownish oral mucosa and tongue, constricted pupil and greenish-brown urine. Most probaly he ingested:

(5) A middle age man present with paresthesia of hands and feet. Examination reveal presence of white lines in his nails and hyperkeratosis of skin. What is the most likely causative metallic compound of above mentioned symptoms:

(6) Which of the following is useful in gastric lavage in case of poisoning with phenol:

(7) The microscopic examination of urine shows " envelope shape crystal" in which of the following poison:

(8) Chelating agents are effective antidote in case of poisoning with:

(9) Brown relex from anterior lens capsule can be elicted in poisoning from:

(10) Stomach mucosa appears red, edematous, swelling in patches & small ulceration or erosoims may be found especially in pyloric region in poisoning with:

(11) Species indentification is done by:

(12) Minimum age limit to donate regenerative tissue is:

(13) Which of the following is often well preserved even in adnvanced decomposition:

(14) Rectal temperature of dead body was 31.2 considering that normal body temperature was 37.2 and average rate of falloff temperature is 0.6c/hour. Then estimated of time since death was:

(15) Whoever without any intention to cause death of, or cause harm to, any person does any unlawful act which become a cause for the death of another person is said to commit:

(16) Autopsy technique in which there is enblock removal of organs for detailed later examination is called as:

(17) Issuing of false medical certificate by a doctor comes under:

(18) At autopsy examination, a bluish network of veins is seen prominently all over the dead body which on incision showed gas bubbles and hemolysing blood. These changes usually becomes prominent in about:

(19) Brain death is certified when:

(20) Evisceration during autopsy examination means:

(21) All legal means used to prove or disprove a matter of fact is called:

(22) Perjury means:

(23) The step of examination in the court which is considered as double edged weapon is:

(24) Testamentary capacity is the capacity of a person:

(25) Samples for toxicological analysis are preserved in:

(26) A false interpretation of an external object or stimulus means:

(27) The first external sign of putrefaction in dead body is:

(28) A police bought dead body of 18 yeras old female for autopsy. The incision used to open the body cavities is termed as:

(29) A person was found dead with bluish green frothy discharge at the angle of mouth and nostrils. Probable cause could be poisoning with:

(30) Which of the following compounds cause tissue destruction by liquefactive necrosis:

(31) Usual dose of activated charcoal for stomach wash in adults is:

(32) The organ most commonly effected by tannic acid is:

(33) Doctrine of Res lpsa loquitur means:

(34) In case of death in prison, inquest is held by:

(35) A woman died in rural area in road traffic accident. A doctor issued death certificate & mentioned false cause of death on request of relatives. Doctor is guilty of:

(36) Which section of pakistan penal code deals with vitriolage:

(37) Incision given on the back for dissection in custodial death is:

(38) In Le TULLE's method organs are:

(39) Postmartem lividity will be marked shortly after death in:

(40) Postmartem caloricity is seen in poisioning from:

(41) Trucking of blood occur after death in:

(42) From vitrous humour, estimation of time since death is done by measuring level of:

(43) A surgeon under the effect of alcohol performed laparotomy operation of a female patient. During the operation she was quiet wreckless. As a result of this death of the patient occured, the surgeon is guilty of:

(44) After complete and detailed autopsy examination and reports of chemical examiners and pathalogists , the cause of death could not be ascertained. This autopsy is called:

(45) A dead body was found whose one hand was stiff and have knife tightly clenched in it (cadaveric spasm). While all other body parts were flaccid. Cadaveric spasm:

(46) During autopsy time since death is determined from post-mortem changes. Which of the following is not a post-mortem phenomena:

(47) After death there occurs pooling of blood in tone less capillaries due to effect of gravity which is called hypotasis . Hypotasis:

(48) An old man died in hospital due to MI and clinical autopsy is required to claim insurance. Consent must be from:

(49) A police brought a dead body for post-mortem examination. Essential requirements of medico legal post-mortem include:

(50) In case of vitriolage extensive burns were found on face and body with positive xanthoprotetic reaction. This confirms the exposure to:

(51) The police brought a middle aged person for autopsy who died during interogation in the police custody. Under section crpc176 it is mandatory to have authority from:

(52) A young boy took couple of acid draughts from his father's battery shop after being scolded. One of the following is not recommended to neutralise acid:

(53) A patient came in emergency with excessive salivation,lacrimation,urination and defaecation along with shedding of red tears.The diagnosis of poisoning is:

(54) A dead body of 18 years old girl was brought by police for post mortem examination having history of sucide with poisoning along with other visceras. Liver should be sent in quantity of:

(55) A young wife was brought for medico-legal examination with a history of beating by sticks 4 hours back. on examination tenderness was present without any marks of injury. As a MO what will you do:

(56) Police recovered a pistol used in contact firing with blood,hair and few tissue fragments in the barrel. The phenomena is termed as:

(57) Death of a person occurred when he was hit by revolved bullet. On post-mortem examination there was deposits of soot around the entry wound. Tattoing was spread over a large area. The skin was not burnt and hair was not signed. The approximate distance of fire is:

(58) The relatives brought a patient of poisioning to the hospital. Managment of poisnoing:

(59) A body of young male was brought to mourtary within two hours of his murder. Which substance you will seek from vitreous humour to estimate exact TOD:

(60) After performing medicolegal autopsies, the viscera are preserved & sent to chemical examiner.The commonly used preservative to preserve routine viscera is:

(61) A patient came to medical emergency from match stick factory with burning pain in the throat,oesophagus and stomach, garlic smell in breath and diarrehea which is luminous. The diagnosis of poisoning is:

(62) A patient came to the medical emergency with sour taste in mouth, burning in throat and stomach, severe, continous black colour vomiting and convulsions. The diagnosis is:

(63) Aperson came in emergency with salivation metallic taste in the mouth abdominal pain vomiting blue in color and diarrhea .The urine is inky in apperance. The diagnosis of poisoning is:

(64) A patient came with gradual loss of weight,nettle rash,rain drop type pigmentation and neuropathy. The diagnosis of poisoning is:

(65) A patient came with colic bluish black line on the gums and punctuate basophilia. X-ray shows transverse opaque bands at the end of long bones.The diagnosis of poisoning is:

(66) A patient was presented in emergency with a very serious condition. The attending doctor arranged for dying declaration. During recording of dying declaration by magistrate medical officer's presence is necessary to:

(67) The classical inebriant poison which first depresses the higher centers than the motor centers and finally the vital centers in medulla is:

(68) A doctor was awarded professional death sentence which means:

(69) A young man was operated for gunshot wound in abdomen and recovered. After one month he developed abdominal pain and on x-ray an artery forceps was found in abdomen .The condition is termed:

(70) A 3 years old male was brought in emergency department of hospital. The patient was un conscious and having crushed injuries requirning immediate surgery. The type of consent in this case will be:

(71) A fifty years old male presented with abdominal colic, examination revealed anemia, punctuate basophilia and blue lines on the gums. Most likely the person is suffering from poisoning due to:

(72) A factory worker presents with excessive salivation,blue lines on the gums,tremours,distributed personality. Insomnia and loss of appetite. The most likely poison is:

(73) In a case of vitrolage extensive burns were found on face and body with positive xanthroproteic. This confirms the exposure to:

(74) A 4 years old child vomited after ingesting some liquid. On examination his lips was excoriated and swollen. His tongue was also swollen an teeth were chalky white in color. Light brown stains were also observed on his shirt. Which of the following corrosives is most probably responsible for his condition:

(75) Color of mucous membrane and skin in nitric acid poisoning is:

(76) In case of suspected phosphorous poisoning the visera for chemical analysis should be preserved in:

(77) Which of the following chelator is best for Arsenic poisoning:

(78) A middle age man, painter by occuation develops wrist drop and had complain of abdominal pain since 2 years. His lab diagnosis revealed anemia and basophilic stippling. Which of the following poision is responsible for his condition:

(79) A person with high grade fever visits a medical practitioner in his clinic for his illness is subjective to which type of consent:

(80) Hospital management will be held responsible for the damage caused to the patient by a resident physician is known as:

(81) The police brought a middle age person for autopsy who died during interrogation in the police custody. Under section crpc 176 it is mandatory to have authority from:

(82) Which of the following is the earliest sign of putrefaction:

(83) Which one of the following test will determine the species origin of blood:

(84) Best preservative for entamology sample is:

(85) Hydrolysis and hydrogeneration of body fats by the action of bacterial enzymes after death results in:

(86) During free medical camp arranged by NGO. Doctors found that 30% of the villagers had white lines on their nails and hyper keratosis of skin. They also had brownish black pigmentation on their skin. Source of poisoning was well water. Which of the following metallic compound was responsible:

(87) Which of the following poision cause symptoms that resembles tetanus:

(88) Which of the following is an example of pharmacological antidote:

(89) Minimum age at which an individual can give valid consent to suffer any harm which occur from an act done in good faith and for his benefit:

(90) Post mortem caloricity is seen in poisioning from:

(91) Rigor mortis helps to determine time since death by the sequence of apperance and disappearence. Rigor mortis is first evident in:

(92) Doctrine of reslpsa loquitur means:

(93) In case of death in prision, inquest is held by:

(94) A women died in rural area in road traffic accident. A doctor isssued death certificate mention false cause of death on request of relatives doctor is guilty of:

(95) Which section of pakistan penal code deals with vitriolage:

(96) Incision given on the back for dissection in custodial death is:

(97) In LE TULLES method organs:

(98) Abortion of the woman was done at home, Which one of the following is most immediate cause of death during procedure:

(99) Usual dose of activated charcoal for stomach wash in adults is:

(100) Autopsy teachnique in which there is en bloc removal of organs for detailed later examination is called as:

(101) Which of the following is often well preserved even in advance decomposition:

(102) The doctor is called upon court of law to record the evidence as a medical witness evidence is recorded in different stages the stage in which the leading questions are not permitted is called:

(103) While writing report of medico legal examination. In case of injuries the medicolegal officer is not supposed to give his opinion regarding:

(104) Which of the following poision act by inhibiting heme synthesis:

(105) A middle age man presents with paresthesia of hands and feet. Examination reveals presence of white lines on his nails and hyperkeratosis of skin. The most likely casuative metallic compound for above mentioned symptoms is:

(106) Brown reflex from anterior less capsule can be elicited in poisioning from:

(107) Stomach mucosa appears red & edematous and swelling in patches & small ulceration or errosoems may be found especially in pyloric region in poisioning with:

(108) 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:

(109) The anemia in lead poisioning is caused by: