A) Throttling B) Drowning C) Strangulation D) Brain hemorrhage Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 5: A 25 years female was found in room with 100% burns on her body. The tongue was protruding out, body was in pugilistic attitude with heat ruptures, peeling of skin, heat haematoma and heat fracture of skull. Carboxy haemoglobin was 25% and soot particles were present in trachea. Which of the combinations of two findings will establish that the burns were antemortem in nature ?
A) Heat Haematoma & heat ruptures B) Heat Fracture of skull and peeling of skin C) Heat haematoma and pugilistic attitude D) Carboxy haemoglobin (25%) and soot particles in trachea Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):
(Single Best Answer) Question 6: In fresh water drowing the death occurs within 4 - 5 minutes of submersion due to ventricular fibrillation. Which of the following reasons is responsible for this ?
A) Total asphyxia is produced due to fresh water B) Laryngospasm causing vagal inhibition C) Haemoconcentration of blood caused by the osmotic pressure effect D) Haemodilution, overloading of heart and haemolysis resulting in release of potassium Answer (Select an option above to get the answer):