Forensic

NEUROTICS (ALCOHOL)

Introduction to Neurotics (Alcohol) CEREBRAL : CNS DEPRESSANTS – e.g., Alcohol, GA, Opioid analgesics, Sedatives, Hypnotics. CNS STIMULANTS — e.g., CAD, Caffine, Amphetamine, Methylphenidate. DELIRIANTS — Dhatura, Cannabis, Cocaine, Atropa belladona, Hyocyamus. SPINAL : e.g. Strychnos nux vomica, Gelsemium. PERIPHERAL : e.g. Conium , Curare. Inebriants Inebriant —produces Intoxication Light headedness, confusion, disorientation, drowsiness. Prolonged …

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Cardiac Poisons

Introduction to Cardiac Poisons Aconite Chinchona alkaloids Digitalis purpurea Nicotiana Tobacum Aconite (Cardiac Poisons) All parts are poisonouns Active principles- Aconitine, mesaconitine, hypaconitine, zesaconitine Machanism of action – Na+ channel activation -> premature excitation -> repeated depolerisation Texokinetics– absorb through all routes, eliminated through urine Sign & Symptoms GIT- BURNING, NUMBNESS, TINGLING, SALIVATION, DIARROHEA CVS-atrial …

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Sexual Offences

Introduction to Sexual offences Sexual offences can be defined as sexual or sex oriented acts or assaults including sexual intercourse performed against the provision of law. A sex offender is one who commits a sexual offence Classification Sexual offences may be classified as below: Natural Sexual offences Unnatural sexual offences Sex linked offences Sexual perversions …

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Identification By Trace elements

Identification to Trace elements BLOOD (Identification By Trace elements) Collection of blood stains Liquid blood Dried blood Solvents for blood stains Ammonia Glycerin in distilled water HCL – 2% solution KCN- 10% soluition Vibert’s fluid-NaCI-2g + distilled water 100cc SUBSTANCES RESEMBLING BLOOD STAINS Mineral stains-red lead, red sulfide of mercury Rust stains Synthetic dye stains- …

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Mechanical Injury

Introduction to Mechanical Injury Clinically its defined as solution or disruption of the anatomical continuity of any tissues of the body. Legally under section 44 IPC, its defined as any harm whatever illegally caused to any person in body,mind,reputation or property. Wound Medico-legally include any lesion,external or internal,caused by violence,with or without breach of continuity …

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ABORTION

Definition of Abortion “Termination of pregnancy due to prematureexpulsion of product of conception at any time fromthe uterus.” TYPES OF ABORTION (CLINICALLY) COMPLETE INCOMPLETE INDUCED INEVITABLE MISSED RECURRENT or HABITUAL SEPTIC SPONTANEOUS THERAPEUTIC THREATENED TYPES OF ABORTION(ACCORDING TO METHODS) SPONTANEOUS NATURAL ACCIDENTAL INDUCED LEGAL CRIMINAL CAUSES EMBRYONIC FACTORS CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES ABNORMAL GERM CELLS DEFECTIVE IMPLANTATION …

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Impotence & Sterility

Introduction to Impotence Inability of a person to perform sexual intercourse Erectile dysfunction Potentia copulandi Sterility Inability of a person to beget or conceivechildren in male and female respectively Infertility -> Failure to conceive following twelve monthof unprotected and regular intercourse Cause of impotence Psychogenic 1. Generalized 2. Situational ( Are of 3 types) :- …

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