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Date posted: November 5, 2011

Maximum : 100 marks Time : 1 hour and 15 minutes
C series 146/2005
Each correct answer carries 1 mark and for each wrong answer 1/3 mark will be deducted. No negative mark for unattended questions.
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1. The time required for the fixation of postmortem staining falls within one of the following ranges: .

  • (A) 1 to 4 hours. . (B) 4 to 6 hours.
  • (C) 6 to 12 hours. (D) 12 to 18 hours.

2. The most common type of inquest in India is :

  • (A) Coroner. (B) Magistrate.
  • (C) Procurator Fiscal. (D) Police.

3. The following pesticide produces a garlicky odour of stomach contents :

  • (A) Phorate. (B) Paramar.
  • (C) Paraquat. (D) Endrin.

4, One of the following statements is NOT true :

  • (A) An Additional Sessions Judge can award any ‘punishment authorized by law. ‘
  • (B) An Assistant Sessions Judge can award imprisonment for a teem exceeding 10 years.
  • (C) Death sentence passed by an Additional Sessions Judge has to be confirmed by the High /Court.
  • (D) An Assistant Sessions Judge cannot pass a death sentence.

5. Which of the following produces both physical and psychological dependence ?

  • (A) Cocaine. (B) LSD.
  • (C) Opium. (D) Marijuana.

6. Foramen ovule in an infant gets closed in one of the following period after birth :

  • (A) 1—2 weeks.    (B) 2—4 weeks.
  • (C) 1—2 months. (D) 2—3 months.

7. In a court proceedings the judge can ask questions during :

  • (A) Examination-in-chief. (B) Cross examination.
  • (C) Any stage of the examination. (D) Re-examination.

8. The Central Council of Homeopathy Act was passed in the year :

  • (A) 1971. (B) 1972.
  • (C) 1973. (D) 1974.

 9. Which of the following beverages contains the maximum percentage of alcohol ?

  • (A) Whisky. (B) Brandy.
  • (C) Wine. (D) Rum.

10. The venom ofkrait is :

  • (A) Myotoxic. (B) Cardiotoxic.
  • (C) Haemotoxic. (D) Neurotoxic.

11. Touting means :

  • (A) Using agents for procuring patients.
  • (B) Splitting of fees received for professional service,
  • (C) Assisting unqualified persons in treating patients.
  • (D) Association of a doctor with a body of unqualified persons.

12. All the following are features of a dead born child except:

  • (A) Spalding’s sign.
  • (B) Skin slippage.
  • (C) Greenish discolouration of skin.
  • (D) Sweetish disagreeable smell.

13. One of the following is NOT a delayed cause of death from injury :

  • (A) Tetanus. (B) Eat embolism.
  • (C) Thromboembolism. (D) Air embolism.

14. Avulsion is a type of:

  • (A) Chop wound. . – (B) Incised wound.
  • (C) Laceration. (D) None of the above.

15. In judicial hanging, fracture of vertebral column is usually seen between :

  • (A) C1andC2. (B) C2 and C3.
  • (C) C4andC5. (D) C5 and C6.

16. Medullary index of hair is used to determine :

  • (A) Age. (B) Race.
  • (C) Sex. (D) Species.

17. Which one of the following biological fluids is NOT studied for estimating postmortem interval:

  • (A) Vitreous humor. (B) Urine.
  • (C) CSF. (D) Blood.

18. Finger prints can be permanently altered by:

  • (A) Eczema. (B) Leprosy.
  • (C) Psoriasis. (D) Scleroderma.

19. Brush burn results from :

  • (A) Impact. (B) Graze.
  • (C) Pressure. (D) Dry heat

20. Haptic hallucinations are seen in chronic poisoning with :

  • (A) Cocaine. (B) Cannabis.
  • (C) LSD. (D) Heroin.

21. Poisoning with one of the following produces clinical features similar to viper bite :

  • (A) Abrus Precatorius. (B) Ricinus Communis.
  • (C) Semecarpus Anacardium. (D) Cerbera thevetia.

22. A First Class Judicial Magistrate can award imprisonment for a maximum period of :

  • (A) 3 years. (B) 5 years.
  • (C) 7 years. (D) 10 years.

23. A foetus is considered viable during the following month of intrauterine life :

  • (A) 5th. (B) 6th.
  • (C) 7th. (D) 8th.

24. The section of IPC that define an injury:

  • (A) 44. (B) 319.
  • (C) 320. (D) 324.

25. The usual postmortem interval required for the appearance of marbling :

  • (A) 18 hours. (B) 24 hours.
  • (C) 36 hours. (D) 48 hours.

26. Homicidal hanging is also known as :

  • (A) Mugging. (B) Lynching.
  • (C) Garroting. . (D) Burking.

27. Minimata disease is seen in poisoning with :

  • (A) Copper. . (B) Lead.
  • (C) Mercury. (D) Antimony.

28. McEwan*s pupil is seen in poisoning with :

  • (A) Ethylalcohol. (B) Opium.
  • (C) Barbiturates. (D) Chloral Hydrate.

29. Excusable homicide includes :

  • (A) Judicial Execution. (B) Homicide Committed by an insane person.
  • (C) Infanticide by mother. (D) Death following police firing.

30, The clinical picture of lucid interval is commonly seen in one of the following types of intracranial haemorrhage :

  • (A) Subdural. (B) Extradural.
  • (C) Intracerebral. (D) Subarachnoid.

31. The commonest type of finger print pattern :

  • (A) Loops. (B) Whorls.
  • (C) Arches. (D) Composite.

32. The blood is cherry red colour in poisoning with :

  • (A) Nitrites. (B) Cyanides.
  • (C) Carbon monoxide. (D) Phosphorous.

33. The most reliable criteria in Gustafson’s technique for age estimation is :

  • (A) Attrition. (B) Cementum opposition.
  • (C) Root resorption. (D) Root transparency.

34. Delirium tremens is seen in chronic abuse of:

  • (A) Alcohol. (B) Cocaine.
  • (C) Datura. (D) Heroin.

35. Compressing the neck by the bend of the elbow-is :

  • (A) Mugging. (B) Bansdola.
  • (C) Burking. (D) Choking.

36. The commonest site of traumatic rupture of intestines is :

  • (A) Jejenum. (B) Ileum.
  • (C) Duodenum. (D) Caecum.

37. One of the following skeletal indices is used to determine the race of an individual:

  • (A) Ischiopubic. (B) Sciatic notch.
  • (C) Cephalic. (D) Medullary.

38. All the following injuries amount to Grievous hurt except:

  • (A) Permanent privation of sight of either eye.
  • (B) Privation of any member or joint.
  • (C) Disfiguration of head or face.
  • (D) Fracture or dislocation of any bone or tooth.

39. Bluish discolouration of vaginal mucosa in pregnancy is known as :

  • (A) GoodelFs sign. (B) Bame’s sign.
  • (C) Hegar’s sign. (D) Jacquemier*s sign.

40. Which one of the following is NOT an aggravated form of rape ?

  • (A) Gang rape.
  • (B) Rape on a pregnant woman.
  • (C) Rape on a woman in police custody.
  • (D) Rape on a girl below 15 years of age.

41. Of the following causes of impotence in males, which is the commonest one ?

  • (A) Diabetes Mellitus. , (B) Large hernias.
  • (C) Emotional Disturbances.  (D) Orchitis following Mumps.

42. One of the following types of injury is characteristic of run-over accidents :

  • (A) Avulsion. (B) Stretch laceration.
  • (C) Patterned Abrasion. (D) Split laceration.

43. The most definite method of identification of an individual is :

  • (A) DNA finger printing. (B) Neutron Activation Analysis.
  • (C) Cheiloscopy. (D) Dactylography.

44. Hydrocution is due to :

  • (A) Electrolyte imbalance. (B) Vagal inhibition.
  • (C) Reflex laryngeal spasm. (D) Ventricular fibrillation.

45. All the following are clinical signs of brain stem death except:

  • (A) Dilated and fixed pupils.
  • (B) Absence of pulse.
  • (C) Absence of vestibulo occular reflexes.
  • (D) Absence of spontaneous breathing.

46. Quickening is felt by the mother during the following period of pregnancy:

  • (A) 10—12 weeks. (B) 12—16 weeks.
  • (C) 16—20 weeks. (D) 20—24 weeks.

47. A doctor disclosing the syphilitic condition of his patient to any one concerned is an example of:

  • (A) Therapeutic privilege. (B) Ethical negligence.
  • (C) Privileged Communication. ‘ (D) Therapeutic Misadventure.

48. One of the following statements regarding MTP Act, 1971 is NOT true :

  • (A) Consent of the husband is necessary.
  • (B) Termination may be carried out in any maternity hospital.
  • (C) Pregnancy may be terminated on grounds of contraceptive failure.
  • (D) Above 12 weeks of pregnancy, two doctors have to opine jointly regarding applicability of an indication.

49. Florence test detects the following constituent of semen :

  • (A) Spennine. (B) Choline.
  • (C) Fructose. (D) Acid phosphatase.

50. Marsh*s test is diagnostic of poisoning with :

  • (A) Arsenic. (B) Copper.
  • (C) Lead. (D) Mercury.

51. The punishment awarded to a doctor found guilty of professional criminal negligence is :

  • (A) Imprisonment for 2 years. (B) Fine.
  • (C) Imprisonment for 7 years. (D) 2 years imprisonment and fine.

52. Cheiloscopy is the study of the prints of:

  • (A) Foot. (B) Lip-
  • (C) Palate. (D) Fingers.

53. The term “whiplash injury” refers to that involving the :

  • (A) Spine. (B) Long bones.
  • (C) Skull. (D) Rib cage.

54. The central council of Homeopathy Amendment Act was passed in the year :

  • (A) 2000. (B) 2001.
  • (C) 2002. (D) 2004.

 55. Coroner’s inquest was abolished in India in the year :

  • (A) 1998. (B) 1999.
  • (C) 2000. (D) 2001.

56. The preservative routinely used for preserving viscera for chemical examination is :

  • (A) Normal saline. (B) 10 % Formalin.
  • (C) Saturated saline. (D) Formol saline.

57. Ochronosis is seen in poisoning with :

  • (A) Nitric acid. (B) Oxalic acid.
  • (C) Carbolic acid. (D) Acetic acid.

58. The following documents are exceptions to oral evidence in court except:

  • (A) Postmortem reports. (B) Dying declaration.
  • (C) Reports of Mint Officers. (D) Chemical Examiner’s reports.

59, One of the following tests is used for the detection of old blood stains :

  • (A) Takayana’s test. . (B) Spectroscopy
  • (C) Microscopy. (D) Kastle Mayer test.

60. Which one of the following statements is NOT true regarding firearm exit wound ?

  • (A) Everted margins. (B) Larger than the diameter of the bullet.
  • (C) Presence of abrasion collar. (D) Presence of grease collar.

61. The colour of postmortem staining is bright red in poisoning with :

  • (A) Carbon monoxide. (B) Phosphorous.
  • (C) Cyanides. (D) Carbon dioxide.

62. False sense of perception without an external object is :

  • (A) Illusion. (B) Hallucination.
  • (C) Phobia. (D) Delusion.

63. The bite of one of the following snakes can produce clinical features similar to crush syndrome :

  • (A) Krait. (B) King Cobra.
  • (C) Russel’s Viper. (D) Sea Snake.

64, Anteroposterior compression fracture of hyoid bone is seen in :

  • (A) Gagging. (B) Throttling.
  • (C) Traumatic asphyxia. (D) Hanging.

65. Adipocere formation requires one of the following environmental conditions :—

  • (A) Cold and Moist. (B) Warm and Dry.
  • (C) Cold and Dry. (D) Warm and Moist.

66. In India, the time limit for exhumation is :

  • (A) 5 years. (B) 10 years.
  • (C) 20 years. (D) No time limit.

67. One of the following is NOT anantemortem feature of bums :

  • (A) Presence of soot in air passages.
  • (B) Pugilistic Attitude.
  • (C) Cutaneous blisters containing albumen.
  • (D) Elevated carboxyhaemoglobin levels.

68. All the following conditions of the husband are indications for Artificial Insemination Donor except: .

  • (A) Impotence.(B) Sickle cell disease.
  • (C) Sterility (D) Rh incompatibility.

69. The minimum age for giving valid consent for medical examination :

  • (A) 10 years. (B) 12 years.
  • (C) 14 years. (D) 18 years.

70. Mee’s lines are seen in chronic poisoning with ;

  • (A) Lead. (B) Arsenic.
  • (C) Copper. (D) Mercury.

71. The most commonly accepted hypothesis of SIDS is :

  • (A) Respiratory infection. (B) Sleep Apnoea.
  • (C) Hypoganunaglobulinaemia. (D) Cow’s milk allergy.

72. In the Mental Health Act, the term “lunatic” is replaced by :

  • (A) Mental patient. (B) Mentally ill patient.
  • (C) Mentally disordered patient. (D) Mentally unsound patient.

73. A toxalbumen is produced by one of the following plants :—

  • (A) Semacarpus anacardium. (B) Croton Tiglium.
  • (C) Plumbago Rosea. (D) Calotropis Gigantea.

74. In case of death in prison, inquest will be conducted by :

  • (A) Police. (B) Executive Magistrate.
  • (C) Jail Superintendent. (D) Doctor.

75. Fat embolism can be caused by :

  • (A) Subclavian vein catheterisation. (B) Caesarean section.
  • (C) Fracture of long bones. (D) incised wounds of lower cervical region.

76. Epidemic dropsy is caused by consuming :

  • (A) Mushrooms. (B) Lathyrus Sativus.
  • (C) Mustard oil. (D) Argemone oil.

77. Which one of the following is NOT a constituent of Universal Antidote ?

  • (A) Animal charcoal. (B) Tannie acid.
  • (C) Magnesium oxide.  (D) Potassium permanganate.

 78. In secretors, blood group factors can be determined from all of the following except:

  • (A) Urine.  (B) CSF.
  • (C) Semen. (D) Saliva.

79. Fracture-a-la-signature is a :

  • (A) Ring fracture. (B) Depressed fracture.
  • (C) Sutural diastasis. (D) Comminuted fractures.

80. The structure which has got minimum molecular life :

  • (A) Nervous tissue. (B) Connective tissue.
  • (C) Skeletal tissue. (D) Cardiac muscle.

81. Criminal responsibility of an insane is defined in the following section ofIPC :

  • (A) 82. (B) 84.
  • (C) 85. (D) 87.

82. Burtonian line is seen in chronic poisoning with ;

  • (A) Lead. (B) Arsenic.
  • (C) Barium. (D) Manganese.

83. All the following .are features of a still born foetus except:

  • (A) Born after 28 weeks of pregnancy.
  • (B) Was alive in utero.
  • (C) Will show signs of maceration.
  • (D) Severe moulding of head.

 84. Chapter III of the Central Council of Homeopathy Act deals with :

  • (A) Recognition of medical qualifications.’
  • (B) Central register.
  • (C) Miscellaneous.
  • (D) Number of seats allocated in Central Council in each state.

85. The Indian Lunacy Act of 19i2 has been replaced by the Mental Health Act of:

  • (A) 1986. . (B), 1987.
  • (C) 1988. (D) 1989.

86. Constricted pupils are seen in poisoning with :

  • (A) Datura. (B) Cocaine.
  • (C) Cannabis. (D) Opium.

87. The “thing or fact that speaks for itself” is legally termed :

  • (A) Res judicata. (B) Vis Major.
  • (C) Respondent superior. (D) Res ipsa loquitur.

88. All the following are the differential diagnosis of Battered Baby Syndrome except:

  • (A) Scurvy. (B) Osteomyelitis.
  • (C) Congenital syphilis. (D) Osteogenesis Imperfecta.

89. Punishment for murder is prescribed in one of the following sections of the IPC :

  • (A) 302. (B) 304.
  • (C) 306. (D) 309V

90. One of the following statements is NOT true regarding dying declaration :

  • (A) Oath is not required. •
  • (B) Cross examination is allowed.
  • (C) A doctor should preferably be present during the recording.
  • (D) The statement can be recorded by any person.

91. Incised looking lacerated wounds are :

  • (A) Split lacerations. (B) Stretch lacerations.
  • (C) Cut lacerations. (D) Tears.

92. The most conclusive evidence of antemortem drowning is the presence of:

  • (A) Water in the stomach. (B) Emphysema Aquosum.
  • (C) Foreign bodies in air passages. (D) Persistent froth at mouth.

93. Sex of a developing foetus can be determined in the following month ofintrauterine life :

  • (A) 3rd. , (B) 4th.
  • (C) 5th. (D) 6th

94. Railway spine refers to one of the following types of injury to the spinal cord :

  • (A) Confusion (B) Laceration.
  • (C) Concussion. (D) Transection.

95. In typical hanging, the position of the knot on the neck is :

  • (A) At the nape of the neck.
  • (B) Under the chin.
  • (C) Anywhere other than the back of neck.
  • (D) Just beneath the angle of jaw.

 96, The first permanent tooth to erupt is the :

  • (A) Canine. (B) Lateral incisor.
  • (C) First molar. . (D) Central Incisor.

97. Statutory rape, is rape on a girl below :

  • (A) 10 years. (B) 12 years.
  • (C) 15 years. (D) 16 years.

98. The irresistible desire to steal articles is known as :

  • (A) Kleptomania. (B) Dipsomania.
  • (C) Pyromania. (D) Mutilomania.

99. All the following are true regarding a lacerated wound except:

  • (A) Irregular margins. (B) Haemorrhage is more.
  • (C) Bruising of margins. (D) Bridging of tissues.

100. A bullet which strikes an intervening object before hitting a target is called :

  • (A) Dumdum. (B) Yawing.
  • (C) Tandem. (D) Ricochet.

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  1. Shaunak Das says:

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