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Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes

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2013-07-11 12:33:06
Electrical injuries caused contact with electrical conductors All following TRUE about electrical injuries EXCEPT: Splitting seen points exitElectric mark point contactCrocodile burn low intense heat Bone pearls radiography High tension electric currents produce ‘crocodile flash burns’ They multiple burnt punched-out lesions produced due toars dancing overbody surface over large areas Electric mark (Joule burn)found atpointentry ofcurrent and diagnosticcontact with electricity Exit marks often seen splits inskin points whereskin has been raised into ridges bypassagecurrent Heat generated bycurrent may meltcalcium phosphateseen radiologically typical round density foci (‘bone pearls’ ‘wax drippings’) Ref:EssentialsForensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy 27th edition Page 293 294
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Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


dead body found have cadaveric spasm after strychnine poisoning one following TRUE regarding cadaveric spasm occurs immediately after death Affects all groups muscles simultaneouslyAfter passing rigor mortisNone above Cadaveric spasm Instantaneous rigor Cataleptic rigidity: this muscles that were contracted during life become stiff and rigid immediately after death without passing into stage primary relaxation This usually limited single group voluntary muscles and frequently involves hands occurs especially cases Sudden deathExcitementFearSevere painExhaustionCerebral hemorrhageInjury nervous systemFirearm wound headConvulsant poisons such strychnine passes without interruption into normal rigor mortis and disappears rigor disappears Ref: Essentials Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy 27th edition Page 143 .......


Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


man found dead suspicious situation Injuries seen all over body Antemortem injury characterized all EXCEPT: Wound gapingArterial bleedingVital reaction presentDiminished enzyme activity Difference between ante-mortem and post-mortem wounds: Trait Ante-mortem wounds Post-mortem wounds Edges The edges swollen everted retracted and wound gapes Edges not gape but closely approximated Haemorrhage Abundant and usually arterial Slight more and venous Spurting Signs spurting arterial blood body clothing its vicinity present spurting blood Extravasation Staining edges wound and extravasation neighbouring subcutaneous and interstitial tissues cannot removed washing Edges and cellular tissues not deeply stained stain can removed washing Coagulation Firmly coagulated blood wounds and tissues present clotting soft clott Vital reaction Signs vital reaction present signs vital reaction Enzyme histochemistry Increased activity esterases adenosine triphosphate aminopeptidases acid and alkaline phosphatase Diminished enzyme activity Ref: Essentials Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy 27th edition Page 273 .......


Suppose body lying desert and the person had been suffering from chronic

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


Suppose body lying desert and person had been suffering from chronic arsenic poisoning while alive one following MOST possible finding body Adipocere formationMummification Aseptic acetolysisSaponification The conditions ideal for mummifications high temperature dry environment and freely circulating air around body Chronic arsenic and antimony poisoning also inhibit bacterial growth and promote mummification this scenario mummification most likely Also know Saponification adipocere formation occurs warm and humid region absence free circulation air Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 138 .......


You are conducting autopsy body. Which the following the first interna

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


You conducting autopsy body following first internal sign putrefaction that you likely observe Greenish discolouration right iliac fossaMarblingDiscolouration under surface liver Liquefaction brain Greenish discolouration right iliac fossa first external sign putrefaction appears about hours Marbling most prominent after hours visible externally greenish discoloration under surface liver first internal sign putrefaction Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 135 136 .......


Which among the following NOT feature adipocere formation? Develops moist

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


among following NOT feature adipocere formation Develops moist clay soilDue hydrolysis and hydrogenation fatCheesy odour First seen subcutaneous fat deposit cheek buttocks etc Adipocere has offensive rancid unpleasant sweetish smell occurs result hydrolysis and hydrogenation preexisting fats into higher fatty acids later combines with calcium and ammonium ions form soluble soap resists putrefaction Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 137 138 .......


Which among the following not known cause delay algor mortis? Pontine hemorrha

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


among following not known cause delay algor mortis Pontine hemorrhageAsphyxial deathSepticemiaBurns Algor mortis cooling body after death Pontine hemorrhage tetanus asphyxial death septicemia sunstroke etc causes for post mortem caloricity case burns there loss heat due evaporation fluids from raw surface and hence causes algor mortis Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 124 .......


body brought you for autopsy. examination you find bluish -purple lesio

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


body brought you for autopsy examination you find bluish -purple lesion with well defined margin incising wound blood seen vessels easily washed away reveal pale subcutaneous tissue lesion described scenario Note: entire lesion was confined dermis and absent areas under pressure BruiseHypostasis HematomaBurn The lesion describe this case hypostasis occurs most dependant parts body caused due distension blood vessels dermis absent areas under pressure Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 154.......


Which the following the first site appearance Rigor mortis after death?

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


following first site appearance Rigor mortis after death JawsEye lidFacial musclesMyocardium Rigor mortis first appears myocardium followed eyelids facial muscles neck upper limbs and lower limbs small muscles toes and fingers affected last Rigor mortis passes off same order appearance Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 128-130 .......


year old woman brought you with burns over the head, neck and front

Subject :-forensic

Topic :- Effects of Injury -- Firearms and Explosive Injuries -- Effects of Cold and Heat -- Electrocution, Lightning and Radiation -- Trauma in its Medicolegal View Points -- Domestic Violence—Medical and Legal Aspects -- Postmortem changes


year old woman brought you with burns over head neck and front trunk Calculate surface area burns this scenario 9%18%27% 36% The estimation body surface area burns adult given below: Area body: Head and neck Front trunk 18% Back trunk 18% Upper limb 18% Lower limb 36% Genitalia this case area head and neck front trunk 9+18 27% Ref: Textbook Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Narayan Reddy Edition Page 272 .......


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