Forensic Medicine Quiz 7

Welcome to your Forensic Medicine Quiz 7

1. 
The following is not a component of Gustafson’s method:

2. 
Taurodontism is a feature seen among

3. 
Which of the following is the correct age by which all the milk teeth erupt in humans?

4. 
Identify the correct order in which calcification begins in permanent teeth:

5. 
Match the following:

Dental Notation of deciduous teeth Name of dental Notation
(a)V IV III II I | I II III IV VV IV III II I | I II III IV V (i) Cunningham notation
(b)EDCBA | ABCDEEDCBA | ABCDE (ii) Zsigmondy system
(c)ABCDEFGHIJTSRQPONMLK (iii) FDI Notation
(d)55 54 53 52 51 | 61 62 63 64 6585 84 83 82 81 | 71 72 73 74 75 (iv) Palmer System
  (v) Modified FDI Notation

6. 
The number of teeth of a human child of three years is:

7. 
Assertion and Reason Question

Assertion (A): The third molar is present in the denture.

Reason (R): Age of the person is indicative of above 18 years.

8. 
Assertion and Reason Question

Assertion (A): Polyphyodont refers to teeth that are constantly replaced throughout life.

Reason (R): This phenomenon is seen in human beings.

9. 
In histological section of teeth, enamel shows incremental lines which are known as

10. 
Which of the following parameters of Gustafson method to determine age can be appreciable macroscopically?

11. 
Match the following:

List I List II
(a) Dog Bite (i) Well defined margins, corresponding to the rows of teeth in the dental arch
(b) Cat Bite (ii) Long grooves of a width corresponding to the width of chisel edged incisor teeth
(c) Rodent Bite (iii) Circular arch
(d) Shark Bite (iv) Small rounded arch with punctures

12. 
The Dental formula for the primary set of human dentition is:

13. 
Match the following:

Permanent Teeth Eruption Time
(a) First molar (i) 11-12 yrs
(b) Canines (ii) 12-14 yrs
(c) Second molar (iii) 17-25 yrs
(d) Third molar (iv) 6-7 yrs

14. 
Which of the following tooth types is absent in the primary set of teeth?

15. 
Arrange the order of eruption of permanent teeth:

(i) Canine (ii) Premolar (iii) Incisor (iv) Molar

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