A. Gunshot injuries
B. Stab injury of face
D. Windshield glass injury
A. Blood vessel
3)A patient presented to the casuality with bluish grey pigmentation of conjunctiva, mucous membranes, nails and tachycardia after ingestion of a poison. What is the poison:
B. Ammonium bromide
C. Cobra venom
D. Yellow phosphorous
5) Auto-Rikshaw ran over a child’s thigh, there is a mark of the tyre tracks, it is an
A. Contact bruise
B. Patterned bruise
C. Imprint abrasion
6)Rave drug is?
Street names: XTC, X, E, Adam, The hug drug, The love drug
Method of ingestion: Orally
Appearance: Various colors and shapes usually in tablet or capsule form
Effects: Pupil dilation, inattention, increased vitals, hyperactivity, Increased body temperature, sweating profusely or not, bruxism, muscle cramping, trisma, teeth grinding, nausea, hallucinations, blurred vision, paranoia, depression.
Negatives: Hyperthermia (water toxicity) can be fatal and is the leading cause of death. Can kill with first use, rapid tolerance, extreme depression
7)All are true about world health report 2008 except?
A. Social reforms
D. Economic reforms
- Chapter 1: The challenges of a changing world
- Chapter 2: Advancing and sustaining universal coverage
- Chapter 3: Primary care: putting people first
- Chapter 4: Public policies for the public’s health
- Chapter 5: Leadership and effective government
- Chapter 6: The way forward
A. Depressed skull fracture
B. Suture displacement fracture
C. Contrecoup injury
D. Fracture at foramen magnum
9) Child brought to casualty with reports of violent shaking by parents. Most likely injury is?
A. Long bone fracture
B. Ruptured spleen
C. Subdural hematoma
D. Skull bone fracture
10). Gun powder on clothing can be visualized by?
A. Magnifying lens
B. UV rays
C. Infrared rays
D. Liquid spray/ solution spray
A. FDI two digit system
B. Anatomic and diagrammatic charting
C. Palmer notation
D. Universal Numbering system
- The Universal Numbering System is used primarily by most general dentists in the United States
- FDI World Dental Federation notation is widely used by dentists internationally to associate information to a specific tooth.
- A third system is the Palmer Notation Method that is used by some orthodontists, pedodontists and oral surgeons.