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Date posted: November 16, 2011

M.D. DEGREE EXAMINATION IN HOMOEOPATHY, SEPTEMBER 2001
Part I Repertory
Time: 3 hours (Answer all questions)     Maximum 100 marks

1.Describe in brief “Clinical Repertory” by Boericke.
Compare its utility with Knerrs repertory. (15+10 = 25 marks)
2. Describe post Kentian Repertories.Mention special features of ‘synthesis’. (15+10 = 25 marks)
3. Classify repertories. Discuss the utility of the regional repertories. (15+10 = 25 marks)
4.Write short notes on:

  • a)Potential differential field
  • b)Repertorial totality (15+10= 25 marks)

M.D. (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2002
Branch Ill—Repertory (Main)

1.Compare “logical utilitarian” repertories with “puritan” repertories in their concept and utility. (25 marks)
2. Discuss the utility of clinical repertories. Describe in brief Clark’s clinical repertory.    (lO+l5)
3. What do you mean by cross-repertorization ?
Mention different methods of cross- repertorization ? Discuss its utility.(5 + 15 + 5 = 25 marks)
4. Write short notes on

  • (a) Post-Kentian repertories.
    (b) Regional repertories. (15 + 10 25 marks)

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