Forensic Medicine

Lead poisoning: Clinical features

" AB CD EF "

  • A- anemia
  • B- basophilic stippling, burtonian line (on gums)
  • C- colic & constipation (most common feature- occurs in 85% of cases)
  • D- dry belly ache (ie., diarrhoea is rare), drops (foot drop & wrist drop), dyspepsia
  • E- encephalopathy (more common in children)
  • F- facial pallor (earliest sign)

 

4.2

Types of fingerprints

 CLAW

  • Composite  Types of fingerprints  
  • Loop
  • Arch
  • Whorl
3.5

Gustafsons formula

 'Always Purchase Second Class Railway Ticket'

  • Attrition
  • Periodontosis
  • Secondary dentine
  • Cementum apposition
  • Root resorption
  • Root transparency

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