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Strangling: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Consequently, manual strangulation may damage the ________,[3], and fracture the hyoid or other bones in the neck.
DigestionRespiratory systemThyroidLarynx

Question 2: Strangling is compression of the neck that may lead to unconsciousness or ________ by causing an increasingly hypoxic state in the brain.
ImmortalityDeathBurialDeath and culture

Question 3: Ligature strangulation — Strangulation without suspension using some form of cord-like object called a ________
PhilippinesGarroteSpainAssassination

Question 4: [10] Even though the mechanism of strangulation is similar, it is usually distinguished from ________ by the strangling force being something other than the person's own bodyweight.
Capital punishment in the United StatesCapital punishment in the United KingdomCapital punishmentHanging

Question 5: Stimulation of the carotid sinus reflex — causing ________, hypotension, or both.
Atrial fibrillationMyocardial infarctionBradycardiaTachycardia

Question 6: [1] Fatal strangling typically occurs in cases of violence, accidents, and as the mechanism of suicide in ________.
Capital punishment in the United StatesCapital punishment in the United KingdomCapital punishmentHanging

Question 7: Compression of the laryngopharynx, larynx, or trachea— causing ________.
AsphyxiaHypoxia (medical)Altitude sicknessDecompression sickness

Question 8: ________ — Suspension from a cord wound around the neck
Capital punishment in the United KingdomCapital punishment in the United StatesCapital punishmentHanging

Question 9: Strangling involves one or several mechanisms that interfere with the normal flow of ________ into the brain:[3]
HeliumHydrogenOxygenNitrogen

Question 10: Compression of the ________ or jugular veins — causing cerebral ischemia.
Carotid sinusSubclavian arteryCommon carotid arteryArtery
















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