Synopsis of Forensic Medicine with Question Bank & Mnemonics

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The book is intended for Medicial PG Admission aspirants, MBBS students, BDS students, students of Allied Medical Courses. The content is enriched with Multiple Choice Questions and Easy to Remember Mnemonics.

Dr Mohd Kaleem Khan passed MBBS and MD from JN Medical College, AMU, Aligarh.

Currently he is Assistant Professor of Forensic Medicine, JN Medical College, AMU, Aligarh.  

 

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Contents

Medical Jurisprudence
4
Legal Criminal Procedure
7
Medical Evidence
13
Modes of Dying Sudden Death Signs of Death
19
Postmortem Examinations and Exhumations
48
Assaults Homicide and Wounds
62
Blood Stains Spectra and Biological Tests
86
Burns and Scalds Contusions and Bruises
97
Death from Unnatural sources
120
Offences against Chastity
128
Pregnancy and Delivery
138
Faeticide or Criminal Abortion
148
Infanticide
156
Insanity
175
Toxicology
199
Multiple Choice Questions All chapters
211

Suffocation Hanging Strangling and Throttling
105
Drowning
116
Syllabus AIIMS
276

Common terms and phrases

About the author

Mohd Kaleem Khan did his schooling from S.T High School (Minto Circle ) Aligarh and did is MBBS from J N Medical College AMU Aligarh in 2005.He did MD (Forensic Medicine) Department of Forensic Medicine, J N Medical College A.M.U., Aligarh. He is currently serving as Assistant Professor in the same parent institution. He is working as regular medico legal advisor to government of Uttar Pradesh in Aligarh Zone on request. He is also working as master trainer of medical examination and preparation of medico- legal report under the program Rani Laxmibai Mahila Samman Kosh under department of woman and child development, government of Uttar Pradesh. He has authored various research publications in national and international journals and delivered lectures as resourse persons in workshops and symposiums. This book has been brought up by keeping in mind the need of competitive atmosphere among students and also about clearing regular fundamentals of forensic medicine.

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