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1. In a case of laceration, hair bulb is
(1) Cut
(2) Crushed
(3) Lacerated
(4) None of these

2. Police torture “Falanga” is defined as
(1) Pulling of hair
(2) Severe beating on soles
(3) Electric torture
(4) Plastic bag is applied on face

3. Impotence “quad hoc” means Impotency to
(1) All the woman
(2) To wife only
(3) To a particular woman
(4) Seen at both extremes of age

4. Impotence is
(1) Inability to fertilize
(2) Inability to perform sexual act
(3) Premature ejaculation
(4) Failure to ejaculation

5. The Fertilization of ova belonging to same cycle, when an already fertilized ova, released simultaneously is there, it is known as
(1) Super fecundation
(2) Super foetation
(3) Suppositious child
(4) Illegitimate child

6. Lochia is a discharge from
(1) Uterus and vagina
(2) Testes
(3) Stomach
(4) Pancrease

7. Most Common type of hymen is
(1) Crescentric
(2) Semilunar
(3) Annular
(4) Septate

8. A false virgin is a girl who has
(1) Not experienced sexual intercourse
(2) Ruptured Hymen
(3) Ruptured Hymen by accidental Trauma
(4) Intact Hymen after normal intercourse

9. For the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) of an adult woman in sound health, whose consent is mandatory among the following ?
(1) Only the woman concerned
(2) The woman and the father of the unborn
(3) The woman, her parents and the father of the unborn
(4) The woman and her in-laws

10. The feminine component of impotence is
(1) Sterility
(2) Lesbianism
(3) Frigidity
(4) Nymphomania

11. Sexual perversion in which the person wears the attire of the opposite sex is
(1) Undinism
(2) Frotteurism
(3) Onanism
(4) Eonism

12. All are sexual offences, except
(1) Sodomy
(2) Rape
(3) Incest
(4) Adultery

13. What are the minimum and maximum punishments for a person convicted of raping a woman who has never been his wife ?
(1) Minimum seven years imprisonment; maximum death sentence
(2) Minimum five years imprisonment; maximum ten years imprisonment
(3) Minimum three years imprisonment; maximum death sentence
(4) Minimum seven years imprisonment; maximum life imprisonment

14. Forcible undressing of a female patient by male doctor for the purpose of medical examination is considered as
(1) Indecent exposure
(2) Exhibition
(3) Professional malpractice
(4) Indecent assault

15. The punishment for stalking a woman, on the first offence, is
(1) Upto three years imprisonment
(2) Six months to one year imprisonment
(3) Monetary fine and/or up to six months imprisonment
(4) Only monetary fine

16. In case of rape, hymen usually shows rupture at
(1) 2’o clock position
(2) 3’o clock position
(3) 6’o clock position
(4) 9’o clock position

17. Statutory rape is rape on girl below
(1) 10 years
(2) 12 years
(3) 15 years
(4) 18 years

18. The surest affirmation of the accused in a case of rape is by
(1) Blood group
(2) DNA
(3) Fingerprints
(4) HLA

19. “A Virgo intacta” is
(1) Intersex
(2) A woman who has never experiences sexual intercourse
(3) A Woman who has experienced sexual intercourse
(4) A woman who is not having hymen

20. The offence of rape is said to have been accomplished only when
(1) Penetration and ejaculation have taken place
(2) Mere penetration has been accomplished, even if no emission occurred
(3) Hymen has been ruptured
(4) Force has been used in the commission of sexual intercourse

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21. Intra Amniotic injection of prostaglandins is successful causing abortion in the
(1) First trimester
(2) Third trimester
(3) Second trimester
(4) After viability of foetus

22. Section 312 IPC is related to
(1) Murder
(2) Rape
(3) Abortion
(4) Criminal Negligence

23. Age of pregnant women for consent in MTP act is
(1) 12 years
(2) 16 years
(3) 18 years
(4) 21 years

24. Mechanism of Oral Contraceptive Pills | include all of the following EXCEPT :
(1) Enhanced ovarian androgen production
(2) Altered Cervical Mucus
(3) Altered endometrium
(4) Altered tubal motility

25. A 24 year old G2P1A0 had last menstrual period 9 weeks ago. She presents with bleeding and passage tissues pervaginum. Bleeding is associated with lower abdominal pain. The most likely diagnosis is
(1) Threatened abortion
(2) Inevitable abortion
(3) Incomplete abortion
(4) Ectopic pregnancy

26. Abortion stick used in criminal abortion causes abortion by the mechanism of :
(1) Uterine contraction
(2) Stimulation of uterine nerves
(3) Uterine infection & necrosis
(4) Placental separation

27. The most common cause of early death due to syringing in criminal abortion is
(1) Air embolism
(2) Fat embolism
(3) Asphyxia
(4) Scpticaemia

28. Spalding sign is seen in
(1) Drowning
(2) Maceration
(3) Mummification
(4) Starvation

29. Jn India pre-natal sex determination of an unborn child is legally
(1) Allowed when the woman already has two girl children
(2) Allowed when the woman is expecting twin children
(3) Allowed when foctal abnormalities and genetic defects are suspected
(4) Not allowed at all

30. Criminal responsibility of a person of unsound mind in India is incorporated in the Indian Penal Code
(1) Section 32
(2) Section 84
(3) Section 85
(4) Section 88

31. The name McNaughton in the McNaughton Rule which is used to determine the criminal responsibility of an insane individual, refers to
(1) An eminent judge
(2) A renowned psychiatrist
(3) An insane criminal
(4) A pioneer in forensic psychology

32. Chapter IV of the Mental Health Act deals with
(1) Various definitions
(2) Protection of human rights of mentally ill persons
(3) Guidelines for establishment of psychiatric hospitals
(4) Procedures of admission and detention of mentally ill persons in psychiatric hospitals

33. Mens rea refers to
(1) Guilty action
(2) Guilty mind
(3) Civil responsibility of the insane
(4) Walking in sleep

34. Hallucination is a disorder of
(1) Intelligence
(2) Perception
(3) Affect
(4) Thought

35. For diagnosis of insanity, for observation, the maximum period is
(1) 1 week
(2) 2 weeks
(3) 1 month
(4) 2 months

36. Durham’s and Currens rules deal with
(1) Criminal responsibility of an insane person
(2) Civil responsibility of an insane person
(3) Consent of a girl for sexual intercourse
(4) Consent of a patient for serious operation

37. Obsession is a disorder of
(1) Perception
(2) Intellect
(3) Mood
(4) Thought

38. Sleep like condition brought by artificial means or by suggestion is known as
(1) Somnambulism
(2) Hypnotism
(3) Drunkenness
(4) Delirium

39. The word “Poison” is labelled on container in
(1) White letters
(2) Blue letters
(3) Black letters
(4) Red letters

40. Most commonly used fluid for gastric lavage
(1) Water (plain)
(2) KMnO4 solution
(3) Water with antidote
(4) Oil

41. What is bioaccumulation ?
(1) Accumulation of biological entities in a geographical area
(2) Accumulation of fluid in a body part after a toxic exposure
(3) Accumulation of chemicals in body mainly in fat tissue and bones
(4) Cumulative effect of several toxicants on biological system

42. Which of the following enzymes play crucial role in detoxification of the chemicals ?
(1) Digestive enzymes in the gastrointestinal tract destroy all the chemicals entering into the body
(2) Cytochrome p450 oxidases, UDP glucuronyl transferases and glutathione S-transferases
(3) Superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidise
(4) All of these

43. Which is true regarding chronic exposure ?
(1) Repeated exposure occurring fora period of three months
(2) Repeated exposure occurring for a period of one month
(3) Repeated exposure occurring for a period of more than three months
(4) Repeated exposure occurring for a period of one day

44. Which of the following will have the most damaging effects ?
(1) A hydrophilic chemical via inhalation route
(2) A lipophilic chemical via dermal route
(3) A lipophilic chemical via inhalation route
(4) A hydrophilic chemical via oral route

45. A particular dose of a substance X is minimal toxic to animal. Substance Y is also minimal toxic to the animals at the same dose, but when both the substances are administered together they show the toxicity several orders of magnitude higher than compared with individual administrations. This is an example of
(1) Potentiation
(2) Synergism
(3) Additivity
(4) Agonism