Assistant Professor in Forensic Medicine NCA - 2019 (146/2018)

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Assistant Professor in Forensic Medicine NCA

Medium of Question: English

Date of Test 13-06-2019

Department Medical Education

Question Paper Code: 20/2019/OL

Category Code: 146/2018

Question 1 : The theme of World Cancer Day 2019?

1. I am and I will

2. We can. I can

3. Not beyond us

4. Debunk the myths


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1. I am and I will

Question 2 : Keezhariyur Bomb Case is associated with

1. Non Co-operation Movement

2. Khilafat Movement

3. Civil Disobedience Movement

4. Quit India Movement


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4. Quit India Movement

Question 3 : Arrange the following in chronological order i. Vaikom Satyagraha, ii. Paliyam Satyagraha,iii. Shanar Agitation,iv. Guruvayur Satyagraha

1. iii, iv, ii, i

2. iii, i, iv, ii

3. i, iv, ii, iii

4. i, iv, iii, ii


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2. iii, i, iv, ii

Question 4 : The Satellite ‘Microsat-R’ is meant for

1. Educational purpose

2. Communication purpose

3. Weather forecasting purpose

4. Military purpose


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4. Military purpose

Question 5 : The Gandhi Sagar Dam is built in

1. Thungabhadra

2. Sutlej

3. Chambal

4. Beas


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3. Chambal

Question 6 : Who was the president of Indian National Congress at the time of Independence?

1. JB Kripalani

2. Jawaharlal Nehru

3. Vallabhai Patel

4. Pattabhi Sitaramayya


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1. JB Kripalani

Question 7 : Jawahar Rozgar Yojana was launched in which of the following plan period?

1. Sixth plan

2. Fifth plan

3. Seventh plan

4. Fourth plan


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3. Seventh plan

Question 8 : In which city ISRO has inaugurated the Human Space Flight Centre (HSFC) for implementing Gaganyaan?

1. Chennai

2. Bengaluru

3. Mumbai

4. Sriharikota


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2. Bengaluru

Question 9 : Identify the rightly matched pair :

1. Pandit Karuppan – Perunna

2. Mannath Padmanabha Pillai – Panmana

3. Chattampi Swamikal – Cheranalloor

4. Ayyankali – Venganoor


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4. Ayyankali – Venganoor

Question 10 : Who won the AFC Asian Cup Football tournament 2019?

1. Australia

2. Qatar

3. Japan

4. India


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2. Qatar


Question 11 : The Kerala State Planning Board was established in

1. September 1967

2. September 1957

3. November 1956

4. November 1966


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1. September 1967

Question 12 : Neel Darpan is a play written by Dinabandhu Mitra. It deals with

1. The Farmers of Gujarat

2. The Mill Workers of Ahmednagar

3. The Artisans of Bengal

4. The Indigo farmers of Bihar


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4. The Indigo farmers of Bihar

Question 13 : Which of the following state is not sharing boundary with Bhutan?

1. Uttar Pradesh

2. Arunachal Pradesh

3. Assam

4. Sikkim


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1. Uttar Pradesh

Question 14 : The “Atmavidya Sangham” is associated with

1. Vaikunda Swamikal

2. Chattampi Swamikal

3. Vaghbhatananda

4. Ayyankali


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3. Vaghbhatananda

Question 15 : The period of ‘Annual Plans’

1. 1978 – 1980

2. 1966 – 1969

3. 1985 – 1987

4. 1990 – 1992


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4. 1990 – 1992

Question 16 : Who among the following is the only Malayali president of Indian National Congress?

1. Pattom A Thanupillai

2. C. Sankaran Nair

3. C. Kesavan

4. Muhammed Abdur Rahman Sahib


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2. C. Sankaran Nair

Question 17 : The book written by Sree Narayana Guru

1. Navamanjari

2. Prachina Malayalam

3. Abhinava Keralam

4. Atmavidya Kahalam


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1. Navamanjari

Question 18 : Which State Government announced the ‘One family, One Job’ scheme?

1. Gujarat

2. Bihar

3. Sikkim

4. Madhya Pradesh


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3. Sikkim

Question 19 : Who is known as ‘Frontier Gandhi’?

1. K. Kelappan

2. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

3. I. K. Kumaran

4. Dadabhai Naoroji


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2. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

Question 20 : The temple entry proclamation was issued on

1. 12th January 1924

2. 1st November 1931

3. 12th November 1936

4. 4th December 1947


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3. 12th November 1936


Question 21 : Atavism is resemblence of child to

1. Father

2. Mother

3. Sibling

4. Grand parent


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4. Grand parent

Question 22 : Wilful utterance of falsehood under oath is

1. Hostility

2. Perjury

3. Dichotomy

4. Adultery


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2. Perjury

Question 23 : Traumatic rupture of hymen is usually seen in the _________.

1. Antero lateral aspect

2. Postero lateral aspect

3. Centrally in the front aspect

4. Centrally in the back aspect


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2. Postero lateral aspect

Question 24 : Catamite is _________

1. Female child victim of rape

2. Active agent in bestiality

3. Child, passive agent in sodomy

4. Child, active partner of sodomy


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3. Child, passive agent in sodomy

Question 25 : Fracture-a-la-signature is __________.

1. Pond fracture

2. Mosaic fracture

3. Depressed fracture

4. Gutter fracture


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3. Depressed fracture

Question 26 : In occlusive coronary artery disease, the most common site of atheromatous narrowing of the coronary artery is _______.

1. Proximal portion of the left anterior descending artery

2. Proximal portion of the right coronary artery

3. Distal portion of right coronary artery

4. Circumflex coronary artery


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1. Proximal portion of the left anterior descending artery

Question 27 : The wound certificate is issued by

1. the doctor who first examines the patient

2. the superintendent of the hospital

3. casualty medical officer of the hospital

4. casualty medical officer of the referal hospital


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1. the doctor who first examines the patient

Question 28 : Factors limiting bioterrorism defence efforts are __________.

1. Vulnerability

2. Capability

3. Antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics

4. Intent


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3. Antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics

Question 29 : Erection of penis is mediated by

1. Parosympathetic nerves

2. Vagus nerve

3. Sympathetic nerves

4. Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh


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1. Parosympathetic nerves

Question 30 : Model Minnesota protocol includes the manual for _________.

1. Diagnosing brain death

2. Treatment of prisoners by physicians

3. Model autopsy protocol

4. Organ transplantation


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3. Model autopsy protocol


Question 31 : A person while hanging himself from the branch of a tree, the branch breaks and the person dies of head injury, it is an example of ___________.

1. Attempted suicide

2. Complex suicide

3. Complicated suicide

4. Pseudocide


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3. Complicated suicide

Question 32 : Signs of recent vaginal delivery in living includes all except __________.

1. Braxton Hick’s contractions

2. Colostrum corpusceles in milk

3. Uterine fundus at the level of umbilicus

4. A rounded external cervical os


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4. A rounded external cervical os

Question 33 : Conduct money is the

1. fine paid by the doctor in negligence case

2. fee offered to a witness in a criminal court

3. is paid by the party who summon the doctor as a witness in the civil case

4. fee paid to the doctor along with a summons


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3. is paid by the party who summon the doctor as a witness in the civil case

Question 34 : True regarding recording of dying declaration is ________.

1. the doctor should certify that the person is in compos mentis

2. oath shall be administered prior to recording the statement

3. the person shall be cross examined by the accused

4. leading questions can be asked


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1. the doctor should certify that the person is in compos mentis

Question 35 : Choose the false statement regarding Tokyo declaration against torture _______.

1. The doctor shall countenance or condone in practice of torture

2. The doctor shall not present during the cruel, inhumane or degrading procedures of torture

3. The doctor must have complete clinical independence in deciding upon the care of a person

4. The doctor shall not provide any premise, instrument, substance or knowledge to facilitate torture


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1. The doctor shall countenance or condone in practice of torture

Question 36 : Drug causing physical as well as psychological dependence is

1. Cocaine

2. Amphetamene

3. LSD

4. Barbiturates


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4. Barbiturates

Question 37 : While issuing death certificate

1. doctor can charge fee

2. doctor can refuse to give the certificate if fee is not given

3. doctor should comply with the requirements of ICD 10th revision to write the certificate

4. doctor can issue the certificate in poisoning cases


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3. doctor should comply with the requirements of ICD 10th revision to write the certificate

Question 38 : Brain stem reflexes include all except ________.

1. Pupillary reflex

2. Gag reflex

3. Cremasteric reflex

4. Cough reflex


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3. Cremasteric reflex

Question 39 : Morphologic forms of reversible cell injury are all except __________.

1. Hyaline change

2. Mucoid change

3. Autolytic change

4. Fatty change


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3. Autolytic change

Question 40 : THOTA 1994 permits

1. for the commercial dealing of human organs and tissues

2. to remove any human organ for transplantation in the event of brain stem death from any body

3. any person, man or woman can donate his organs for therapeutic purpose

4. the person incharge of the hospital can authorise for the removal of organs from an unclaimed body, lying in the hospital for more than 48 hours


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4. the person incharge of the hospital can authorise for the removal of organs from an unclaimed body, lying in the hospital for more than 48 hours


Question 41 : The CD markers in T cell are _________.

1. CD 19

2. CD 21

3. `”CD_3″`

4. CD 23


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3. `”CD_3″`

Question 42 : The most numerous circulatory leucocyte is

1. Basophils

2. Eosinophils

3. Neutrophils

4. Lymphocytes


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3. Neutrophils

Question 43 : Hapten is a ________.

1. Protein

2. Non-protein

3. Antigen

4. Antibody


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2. Non-protein

Question 44 : Injuries caused by an immersion blast affects mainly the ________.

1. Stomach and intestines

2. Lungs

3. Heart

4. Ear drum


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1. Stomach and intestines

Question 45 : Multiple rib fractures can cause a blood loss of

1. 250 to 500 ml

2. 500 to 1000 ml

3. 1000 to 2000 ml

4. 2000 to 3000 ml


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3. 1000 to 2000 ml

Question 46 : Detection of gun shot residue is done by all except ________.

1. Neutron activation analysis

2. Dermal nitrate test

3. FAAS

4. `”P_{300}”` test


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4. `”P_{300}”` test

Question 47 : Dicing injuries caused on the driver in a front on collision will be on _________.

1. the right side of face, forehead and right upper limb

2. the left side of face, forehead and left upper limb

3. anywhere on the body

4. all of the above


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2. the left side of face, forehead and left upper limb

Question 48 : Stature can be calculated by

1. Gustafson’s method

2. Karl Pearson’s method

3. Boyde’s method

4. Stack’s method


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2. Karl Pearson’s method

Question 49 : In salt water drowning the lungs will be ________.

1. Crepitus

2. Heavy

3. Uniformly emphysematous

4. Only little fluid can be squeezed out


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2. Heavy

Question 50 : Battered baby syndrome can be identified by all except

1. Discrepancy between the nature of injury and the explanation offered by the parent

2. Delay between the injury and seeking of medical help

3. Repetition of injuries on different dates

4. Penetrating injury on the abdomen


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4. Penetrating injury on the abdomen


Question 51 : Fatal blood concentration of halothane is

1. 20 mg%

2. 40 mg%

3. 50 mg%

4. 180 mg%


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1. 20 mg%

Question 52 : All are delusions except

1. Hypochondriacal

2. Kleptomania

3. Influence

4. Infidelity


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2. Kleptomania

Question 53 : To identify spent bullet which microscope is used

1. Light microscope

2. Polarising microscope

3. Comparison microscope

4. Fluorescent microscope


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3. Comparison microscope

Question 54 : ‘Return trip’ is a term coined with use of

1. Cannabis

2. Opium

3. LSD

4. Marihuana


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3. LSD

Question 55 : Homicidal smothering and traumatic asphyxia is

1. Mugging

2. Burking

3. Gagging

4. Garrotting


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2. Burking

Question 56 : Poison used to kill Socrates is

1. Ginsenin

2. Hemlock

3. Datura

4. Heroin


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2. Hemlock

Question 57 : Mechanism of causation of ring fracture ___________.

1. Fall from height and landing on buttock

2. Fall from height and landing on heel

3. Fall from height and landing on vertex

4. All of the above


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4. All of the above

Question 58 : Crime described in section 325 of IPC can be tried by

1. Judicial First Class Magistrate

2. Chief Judicial Magistrate

3. Judge of Sub court

4. Sessions Judge


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2. Chief Judicial Magistrate

Question 59 : Agonal artifacts include all except

1. Regurgitation of stomach content

2. Inhaled vomit in the air passages

3. Gastromalacia

4. Pseudo-Hour glass appearance of stomach


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4. Pseudo-Hour glass appearance of stomach

Question 60 : Haemochromogen crystal test is known as __________.

1. Kastle-Meyer test

2. Takayama test

3. Teichmann’s test

4. Luminal test


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2. Takayama test


Question 61 : The fingerprint system was first used by

1. Sir Edmund Locard

2. Dr. Alec Jeffreys

3. Sir William Herschel

4. Sir Francis Golten


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3. Sir William Herschel

Question 62 : In spectroscopy reduced Hb shows

1. Two bands between D and E

2. A broad band between D and E

3. A sharp band between C and D and a broad band between D and E

4. A band between C and D


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2. A broad band between D and E

Question 63 : Vitamine that can be used in treatment for cyanide poisoning

1. Vitamine `”B_1″`

2. Vitamine `”B_6″`

3. Vitamine `”B_3″`

4. Vitamine `”B_{12}”`


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4. Vitamine `”B_{12}”`

Question 64 : Neurosis is a __________.

1. Major psychological disorder

2. Reaction to stressful circumstances

3. State where there is lack of empathy

4. State of absent insight


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2. Reaction to stressful circumstances

Question 65 : If the fatal dose of a poison is 5 to 50 mg/kg body weight, it is

1. Extremely toxic

2. Very toxic

3. Moderately toxic

4. Mildly toxic


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1. Extremely toxic

Question 66 : Choose the correct statement – Rape is an offence which is

1. Non-cognizable

2. Bailable

3. Triable by chief Judicial Magistrate

4. Imprisonment may extent upto the remainder of that person’s natural life


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4. Imprisonment may extent upto the remainder of that person’s natural life

Question 67 : ‘Fragilitas ossium’ is seen in persons _______.

1. having scurvy

2. having osteomalacia

3. corkers of phosphorous industry

4. using steroids for a long time


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3. corkers of phosphorous industry

Question 68 : Rupture of diaphragm usually occurs

1. near the central tendon on left side

2. near the attachments to the ribs

3. at the centre of the right done

4. near the vertebral attachment


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1. near the central tendon on left side

Question 69 : True regarding concussion of brain is/are ________.

1. Rotational injury caused by sudden acceleration

2. Head is not free to move with sufficient velocity

3. The mechanism is indirect violence on the vertex

4. If it is happening it is always necessarily fatal


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1. Rotational injury caused by sudden acceleration

Question 70 : Wound of entry and exit can be seen in all except _________.

1. Penetrating wound

2. Electrical injury

3. Lightning stroke injury

4. Gun shot wound


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1. Penetrating wound


Question 71 : A bruise _________.

1. Occurs at the dependent parts of the body

2. Affects broad surface area

3. Shows swelling

4. Fragments of blood coagulants will be present within the vessels


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3. Shows swelling

Question 72 : ASA IV grade is _________.

1. a patient with non incapacitating systemic disease

2. a patient not expected to survive 24 hrs with or without operation

3. a patient with severe incapacitating systemic disease which is a constant threat to life

4. a patient with mild systemic disease


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3. a patient with severe incapacitating systemic disease which is a constant threat to life

Question 73 : A pregnant woman dies from an act intended for miscarriage, the offender is liable to be punished with

1. Section 312 of IPC

2. Section 313 of IPC

3. Section 314 of IPC

4. Section 315 of IPC


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3. Section 314 of IPC

Question 74 : Teratozoospermia is

1. Sperm concentration fewer than 20 `xx”10^6/ml”`

2. Fewer than 50% spermatozoa with forward progression

3. Fewer than 25% spermatozoa with category ‘a’ movement

4. Fewer than 30% spermatozoa with normal morphology


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4. Fewer than 30% spermatozoa with normal morphology

Question 75 : Stomach wash can be given in poisoning with

1. Sulphuric acid

2. Hydrochloric acid

3. Carbolic acid

4. Formic acid


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3. Carbolic acid

Question 76 : Endrin is a

1. Organophosphate compound

2. Dinitrophenol compound

3. Poly chlorinated hydrocarbon

4. Carbamate compound


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3. Poly chlorinated hydrocarbon

Question 77 : A donor graft is from a different species in _______.

1. Isograft

2. Allograft

3. Xenograft

4. Autograft


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3. Xenograft

Question 78 : ICMR guidelines on surrogacy include _____________.

1. Adoption of the child is not necessary if the biological parents themselves receive the child

2. Giving payment to the surrogate mother is highly unethical

3. ART clinics are permitted to advertise regarding surrogacy to make the patient aware about the availability of such

4. A relative, a known person as well as an unknown person can act as a surrogate mother for the couple


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4. A relative, a known person as well as an unknown person can act as a surrogate mother for the couple

Question 79 : Example of irreversible cell damage is _____________.

1. Brown atrophy of heart muscle

2. Formation of councilman bodies in viral hepatitis

3. Transfusional haemosiderosis in reticulo-endothelial cells

4. Accumulation of haemozoin in macrophages


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2. Formation of councilman bodies in viral hepatitis

Question 80 : Example of type II hypersenisitivity is __________.

1. Hay fever

2. Graves disease

3. SLE

4. Tuberculin reaction


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2. Graves disease


Question 81 : Pattern I amyloidosis include

1. Kidney

2. Spleen

3. Liver

4. Tongue


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4. Tongue

Question 82 : Regarding examination of an expert witness all are true except

1. he is capable of drawing opinions and conclusions

2. his testimony is based on reasonable medical certainity

3. his conclusions are much more important than his opinions

4. it will establish the guilt or innocence of the accused


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4. it will establish the guilt or innocence of the accused

Question 83 : The consumer rights incorporated in the United Nations charter of Human Rights are all except

1. Right to be informed

2. Right to a healthy environment

3. Right to get legal help

4. Right to be heard


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3. Right to get legal help

Question 84 : Direct examination is done to ______________.

1. elicit the principal facts concerning the case

2. elicit the favourable facts

3. remove an undue emphasis given to a fact

4. discredit the witness


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1. elicit the principal facts concerning the case

Question 85 : Section 191 of IPC gives the definition of _____________.

1. Witness

2. Common witness

3. Expert witness

4. Hostile witness


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4. Hostile witness

Question 86 : The donated semen should be cryo-preserved and used only after six months, to _________.

1. Conceal the identity of the donor

2. Increase potency of the sample

3. Prevent the possible risk of Rh incompatibility

4. Eliminate the potential risk of HIV transmission


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4. Eliminate the potential risk of HIV transmission

Question 87 : Section 327(2) of IPC is __________.

1. Inquiry into and trial of sexual assault shall be conducted in camera

2. first aid or medical treatment shall be provided free of coast to the victims of vitriolage and sexual assault

3. Prevents following and contacting a woman, against her interest, through internet

4. Assault or use of criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty


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1. Inquiry into and trial of sexual assault shall be conducted in camera

Question 88 : Ph of semen is

1. 6.2 to 7.2

2. 6.5 to 7.5

3. 7.2 to 8.0

4. 7.5 to 8.5


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3. 7.2 to 8.0

Question 89 : A respired lung will be ___________.

1. Reddish brown in colour

2. With sharp margins

3. Having 1/70th of body weight

4. Float in water


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4. Float in water

Question 90 : Find out the odd man in the following

1. Section 498-A of the IPC

2. Section 113 A of IEA

3. Section 304 A of IPC

4. Section 174(3) of CrPC


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3. Section 304 A of IPC


Question 91 : The lowest deep body temperature tolerated by a person is

1. 19°C

2. 9°C

3. -9°C

4. -19°C


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2. 9°C

Question 92 : Test of choice to detect blood alcohol concentration for medico legal purpose is _______.

1. Cavett test

2. Kastle-Mayer test

3. Kozelka and Hine test

4. Gas Chromatography


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4. Gas Chromatography

Question 93 : ‘If the law has made you witness, remain a man of science, you have no victim to avenge, no guilty person to

1. Paulus Zacchias

2. Orfila

3. Brouardel

4. William Osler


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3. Brouardel

Question 94 : The first permanent tooth to erupt is

1. Central incisor

2. Lateral incisor

3. First-Molar

4. Canine


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3. First-Molar

Question 95 : Necrosis of proximal convoluted tubule is caused by

1. Oxalic acid

2. Carbolic acid

3. Nitric acid

4. Hydrochloric acid


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1. Oxalic acid

Question 96 : Following is not a route of HIV transmission

1. men having sex with men

2. men having sex with women

3. during delivery

4. insect bite


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4. insect bite

Question 97 : A nulliparous uterus have

1. rounded cavity

2. well defined internal os

3. top of fundus at above the line of broad ligament

4. body twice the length of cervix


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2. well defined internal os

Question 98 : Oxytocin is an

1. irritant of genito urinary tract

2. irritant of gastro intestinal tract

3. emmenegogue

4. ecbolic


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4. ecbolic

Question 99 : Declaration of oslo (1970) is a resolution on

1. Criminal abortion

2. Therapeutic abortion

3. Natural abortion

4. Accidental abortion


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2. Therapeutic abortion

Question 100 : Marsh test is used to detect

1. Cupper

2. Lead

3. Arsenic

4. Iron


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3. Arsenic

FINAL ANSWER KEY

Question Paper Code: 20/2019/OL

Category Code: 146/2018

Exam: Assistant Professor in Forensic Medicine NCA

Medium of Question: English

Date of Test 13-06-2019

Department Medical Education

Alphacode A

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