FORENSIC MEDICINE August 2006(Revised Scheme)

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka
M.B.B.S. PHASE – II Degree Examination – August 2006
Time : 3 Hrs. [Max. Marks: 100]
FORENSIC MEDICINE (Revised Scheme)
QP Code: 1062

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

LONG ESSAY 2 X 9 = 18 Marks
1. Define and classify contusion. Differentiate between the contusion and post-mortem lividity. What is the medicolegal importance of contusion?
2. Differentiate between the poisonous and non-poisonous snakes. Give the hospital treatment of Cobra snakebite poisoning. What viscera will you preserve in snakebite cases?

SHORT ESSAY 10 X 5 = 50 Marks
3. Exhumation.
4. Suspended animation.
5. Duties of doctor in suspected cases of homicidal poisoning.
6. Hymen.
7. Sudden infant death syndrome.
8. Police inquest.
9. Obscure autopsy.
10. Grievous hurts.
11. Dry drowning.
12. Traumatic asphyxia.

SHORT ANSWERS 16 X 2 = 32 Marks
13. Delusions.
14. Whiplash injury.
15. Antemortem burns & postmortem burns.
16. Medicolegal aspects of artificial insemination.
17. Addiction.
18. Impulse.
19. Rule of nine.
20. Caput succedaneum.
21. Medicolegal aspects of age 16 years.
22. Occupational marks.
23. Delirium tremens.
24. Locard’s principle of exchange.
25. Magnum’s symptoms.
26. Definition of dowry deaths.
27. McNaughten’s rule.
28. Stupefying agents.

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