MBBS Second Professional
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
Time : 2 hours
Marks : 45
Q 1 : Describe the role of consent in medical treatment. What are the ingredients to make the consent legal? What are the essential components to label the consent as an informed consent ?
Q 2 : What means are used to estimate the age of a boy reaching puberty ?
Q 3: Define negative autopsy. Whatare the factors conductive to such results ? 5
Q 4 : Describe changes after death in chronological order to time the post-mortem interval in first twenty four hours . 5
Q 5 : A patient brought to A & E department in semi comatose condition .He is gasping , pupilsare constrictedÂ , his body is deeply cyanosed ,flesh like smell is emmiting from him .
A)What is most likely diagnosis ? 1
b) On what receptors the drugs acts ? 2
c) what are the antidotes for this poisoni g ? 1
d) How will you manage the patient if withdrawl from this poison occour ? 1
Q 6 : What are the autopsy findings in death due to garrotting ? 5
Q 7: A female child victim of rape is brought for medicolegal examination. What are the procedural steps and findings confirming this case .? 5
Q 8: Name the various branches of toxicology. Describe forensic toxicology. 5
Q 9: a) Describe the dermatological manifestation in case of chronic arsenic poisoning. 2
b) Describe the laboratory investigation to diagnosis the olumbism. 3
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