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Date posted: November 16, 2011

MD(Homeopathy)  Organon  2011(Reg)

Time: 3 hours  Full Marks: 100

Questions are of equal value. Answer all questions.

  1. What is a prescription? Enumerate and explain the angles of prescription in homoeopathy.
  2. What do you mean by the Nosological Diagnosis of diseases? Explain the scope and limitations of treatment based on Nosological Diagnosis of diseases.
  3. Discuss the scope and limitations of science of hygiene and science of therapeutics according to Hahnemann.
  4. Psora is the most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most apprehended chronic miasmatic disease. Explain.
  5. Write brief notes on the following:
    1. Necessity of antipathic medicine in practice
    2. IVEdition of Organon
    3. Clinical symtoms: its source
    4. Cognate
    5. Simple substance

MD(H2)-Organon of Medicine  2011.
Time: 3 hours   Full Marks: 100.
Questions are of equal value. Answer all questions.

  1. Discuss the concept of individualization in Homoeopathic practice with reference to Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. Kent, Dr. H.A. Roberts, Dr. Dunham and Dr. Stuart Close.
  2. Explain the evolution of the concept of dose in Homoeopathy through different editions of Organon of Medicine.
  3. Psora is the most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most misapprehended chronic miasmatic disease. Substantiate.
  4. Discuss the method of investigation and management of local maladies as elaborated by Dr. Hahnemann.
  5. Give a short account of the following:
  • Epidemic diseases, their investigations and management.
  • Hindrances to the cure of chronic diseases.

Courtesy :  Dr Priyanka Bhandula

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