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1. According to Dupuytren’s classification, blister formation is graded as

  1. I degree
  2. II degree
  3. III degree
  4. IV degree

Answer and Explanation

2. Which finding in the body is suggestive of antemortem burns?

  1. 100% burns
  2. Soot in airways
  3. Flexion in joints
  4. None of the above

Answer and Explanation

3. Which of the following is not a feature of antemortem burns?

  1. Cherry red color of blood
  2. Soot in the airways
  3. Blisters over skin
  4. Inflammation of skin

Answer and Explanation

4. The injury sustained by the skin due to an alternating current is called

  1. Brush burn
  2. Filigree burn
  3. Joule burn
  4. Arborescent mark

Answer and Explanation

5. Acro Reaction test helps to identify a:

  1. Entry wound of filigree burn
  2. Exit wound of filigree burn
  3. Entry wound of joule burn
  4. Exit wound of joule burn

Answer and Explanation

6. Suspended animation may be seen in which of the following types of deaths?

(a) Burns (b) Drowning (c) Hanging (d) Electrocution

  1. (a) and (b) are correct
  2. (b) and (c) are correct
  3. (a) and (d) are correct
  4. (b) and (d) are correct

Answer and Explanation

7. As per “Rule of Nine”, the surface area of the body involved for the trunk is:

  1. 9%
  2. 18%
  3. 27%
  4. 36%

Answer and Explanation

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