Aug 23, 2022
Next in our series of high-yield topics for NEET PG 2024 preparation is Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. It is a multidisciplinary subject, and among one of the easiest and shortest subjects one has to study for NEET PG preparation. However, it is utterly factual in nature with a lot of practical information.
So, in addition to hard work and proper time allotment, you will also need the right preparation approach to ace the subject and retain all the essential information for the exam.
To make your preparation more effective and productive, PrepLadder, with the help of Dr. J Magendran has compiled a list of all the high-yield topics for Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. You can go through the list below.
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As per the exam pattern of NEET-PG, you can expect around 10 questions to be asked from Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. This makes it one of the easiest and most high-yielding subjects. Make sure you read all the important topics from the subject listed below and know where you need to focus your preparations.
The list above will give you a broad idea of all the important topics of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology around which you must base your preparation.
To better understand the type of questions asked from Forensic Medicine & Toxicology in the NEET PG exam, read below. We have listed some questions in the NEET PG 2021 exam.
Q. 1. A guy was sitting in balcony, which was overlooking park. He was sitting naked for sexual gratfication.
Q. 2. While recording evidence in the court of law, the lawyer asked the witness ‘Did A killed B’. witness said Yes’. The type of question permitted in
A. Examination in chief
B. Direct examination
C. Re-direct examination
D. Cross examination
Answer: Cross examination
Q. 3. A child was playing with a fruit and ate it. He was having irritability, not passing urine, constipation, Choose the poison and antidote.
A. Datura and physostigmine
B. Yellow oleander and physostigmine
C. Datura and digibind
D. Yellow oleander and digibind
Answer: Datura and physostigmine
Q. 4. A man was working in field, collapsed in a hot summer afternoon. Which of the following symptoms least likely to be seen
B. Hot skin
D. Temperature 105.2F
Q. 5. A woman gave birth to twins. The father thought the children does not belong to him. DNA fingerprinting was done and it was found that one child belong to him. It is a
A. Case of superfecundation
B. Case of suppositious child
C. Case of atavism
D. Case of superfetation
Answer: Case of superfecundation
For a detailed explanation of these questions and answers, you can check out the PrepLadder app. The app has a dedicated Qbank and Previous year questions, which you can practice to analyse and improve your prep. Plus, you will also find related video lectures and treasures for each answer, which will further help you prepare seamlessely.
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