Forensic Medicine Quiz 5

Welcome to your Forensic Medicine Quiz 5

1. 
Hyrtl’s law states that:

2. 
Match the following:

List – I (Criteria) List – II (Feature)
(a) Sacral index (i) Male = 65; Female = 80
(b) Base-wing index (ii) Male = 2½ – 3 VertebraeFemale = 2 – 2½ Vertebrae
(c) Corporo basal index (iii) Male = 105; Female = 115
(d) Sacroiliac articulation (iv) Male = 45; Female = 40
  (v) Male = 4-5 Vertebrae; Female = 2-3 Vertebrae

3. 
That there are 23 pairs of chromosomes in man was established by

4. 
The Karyotype in Klinefelter syndrome is

5. 
The following typing is used to determine both sex from a biological specimen:

6. 
Which is the best feature of the Pelvis bone that helps in accurate gender identification?

7. 
Which of the following features of the hip bone is most accurate for determination of gender?

8. 
Most of the Y chromosome STRs used for forensic cases are

9. 
Assertion and Reason Question

Assertion (A): Individualization can be done from buccal mucosal cells.

Reason (R): Because of the presence of Barr bodies.

10. 
Differentiation of human and animal bone is most difficult with

11. 
Coronal suture completely fuses by the age of

12. 
In a human mandible

I. Symphysis menti is squarish in males.
II. Condyles are smaller in males.
III. Angle of the body and ramus is < 125° in males.
IV. Breadth of ascending ramus is lesser in males.

Codes:

13. 
Assertion and Reason Question

Assertion (A): Telomere shortening is a potential method of age estimation.

Reason (R): During cell-division telomeres shorten at the rate of 10 – 20 base pairs/cell division.

14. 
Consider the following regarding the determination of gender using the human mandible.

I. Symphysis mental is square in female.
II. Height at the body of the mandible at symphysis is greater in females.
III. Angles are everted in the male.
IV. Mental tubercle is large and prominent in male.

Codes :

15. 
Washburn index, that helps in the determination of sex, from which of the following bone?

16. 
The cephalic index value for Brachycephalic type of skull is:

17. 
Match the following:

List-I (Bone) List-II (Parameter/Character)
(a) Female mandible (i) Parietal eminences are larger
(b) Male mandible (ii) Angles inverted
(c) Female skull (iii) Chilotic index>100
(d) Male pelvis (iv) Frontal sinuses are more developed
  (v) Symphysis menti is square

18. 
The public angle of pelvis girdle of male is:

19. 
Regarding human pelvis, consider the following statements and choose the correct answer from the code given below :

(a) Ischiopubic index = Ischial length (mm) / Pubic length (mm) ×100
(b) Ischial tuberosity is everted in males
(c) Sciatic notch index = Width of Sciatic notch / Depth of Sciatic notch ×100
(d) Chilotic line index is >100 in males

Code:

20. 
Which of the following is not a prominent feature of male skull?