Date posted: November 16, 2011

Part 11.Paper I. REPERTORY
Time Three Hours      Maximum 100 Marks  Answer all questions.

I. Comment on:

  • (a) Ranks of medicine and its relation with different repertories.
  • (b) Pathology and pathological general.
  • (c) ‘Totality of symptom’ by Richard Hughes.
  • (d) Evolution of Repertory till Boenninghausen.
  • (e) Changes in various additions of Boger Boenninghausen.  (25 marks)

I. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Symptomatology by Garth Boericke.
  • (b) Sources of symptoms.
  • (c) Clinical application of Gentry’s concordance.
  • (d) Contribution of Boenninghausen to Repertory
  • (e) Classification of Clinical Repertory.  (25 marks)

III. Short notes on:

  • (a) Enigma.
  • (b) Evaluation of symptoms according to C.M. Boger.
  • (c) Life and work of H.A. Robert.
  • (d) Clinical application of the chapter concordance.
  • (e) Major changes in different editions of ‘Synthesis’.  (25 marks)

IV. Note down:
(a) Year of publishing the following Repertories
1.Laffile’s Repertory 2.Clopar Muller’s Repertory
3.A.Lippe’s Repertory 4.Worcester’s Repertory
5.Cipher’s Repertory

(b) Different Repertories on Fever.

(c) Total number of medicines in: 1.Synthetic Repertory 2.Synthesis.3.Murphy. 4 .Final General Repertory 5. Repertorium Generale.

d) Source books of Boger Boenninghausen.

(e) Denotation of:

  •   1.Basdows disease. 2. Improvident.
  •   3.Buoyancy.             4. Fraternized.
  •   5.Gourmand.      (25 marks)

Part 11.Paper II REPERTORY

I. Explain the salient features and practical utility of the following

  • (a) Chapter “Tissue” of Kneer’s Repertory.
  • (b) Vlth volume of Gentry’s Concordance.
  • (c) Chapter “Bone” of Murphy’s Repertory
  • (d) Berridge Eye.
  • (e) Chapter “Fever” of Boger-Boenninghausen. (25 marks)

2. Write briefly:

  • (a) Disadvantages of “Synthetic Repertory” over Kent’s Repertory
  • (b) Card Repertory my Marcoz Jamenez.
  • (c) Evaluation of remedies in Kneer’s Repertory ; its relation with Kent.
  • (d) Fundamentals of Murphy’s Repertory
  • (e) Limitations of Kent’s Repertory (25 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Aphorism dealing with case taking of hypochondriacal patients.
  • (b) Classification of Mental disease by Dr. Hahnemann.
  • (c) Deduction of care for repertorisation.
  • (d) 7th edition of Kent’s Repertory
  • (e) Advantages of Kunzli’s Repertory over Kent’s Repertory (25 marks)

4. Note down:

  • (a) Errors in the medicine given in different rubrics of 6th edition of Kent’s Repertory
  • (b) Some important rubrics which are lacking in Kent’s Repertory
  • (c) Rubrics having different medicine in Kent and Roger.
  • (d) Unique rubrics in Boger-Boenninghausen.

(e) Write the chapter, rubric and subrubric in Kent’s Repertory:

  • (i) Sensation as if head is separated from body.
  • (ii) Sensation of barrier between eye and ext. object.
  • (iii) Bearing down sensation.
  • (iv) Sensation as if a thread were stretched from safe to eye.
  • (v) Wild feeling in head. (25 marks)


I. Differentiate the following

  • (a) CARA and HRS.
  • (b) Slip and Card method of Repertorisation.
  • (c) Fever totality for Kent and Boger’s method of repertorisation.
  • (d) Eliminative method and total addition method of Repertorisation.
  • (e) Thumb finger method and plain paper method.  (25 marks)

2 Write in brief:

  • (a) VES. (b) KBEX.
  • (c) MAC. (d). CARA. (e) LAMINA.  (25 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Usage of concordane chapter.
  • (b) Repertories in Hompath (latest version).
  • (c) Repertorisation with alphabetical Repertory
  • (d) Utility of Cross Repertorisation.
  • (e) Use of causative modality in repertorisation. (25 marks)

4. Denotation of:

  • (a) (1) Bronchocele (ii Noma ; (iii) Exophoria ; (iv) Hide bound ; (v) Gluttony.
  • (b) (i) Molimen ; (ii) Nave ; (iii) Dyscrasia ; (iv) Asthma Millari ; (v) Limpid.
  • (c) (i) Catalepsy ; (ii) Mentagra ; (iii) Pyknic;(iv) Fever anticipating ;(v) Pensive.
  • (d) (i) Qualmishness (ii) Scirrhus (iii) Choleric;(iv) Profanity(v) Gropes about.(25 marks)

 Part 11.Paper I REPERTORY

I. Describe with examples

  • (a) Accessory symptoms and lesser accessory symptoms
  • (b) Vital symptom, Schien symptom, Paradoxical symptom
  • (c) Negative general, Accidental symptoms
  • (d) Anamnesis, catamnesis and Associate anamnensis
  • (e) Particular symptom and their importance in prescription   25 Marks

2. Make a note on

  • (a) Boger’s contribution to symptomatology & prophylaxis
  • (b) How will you workout a case on pathological generals
  • (c) Why miasms are included under elements of symptom
  • (d) How PDF helps in Repertorisation
  • (e) Differentiate primary, secondary & alternating actions of Hahnemann & Kent    25 Marks

3. Brief note on

  • (a) 5th grade remedies of Boenninghausen and Jahr
  • (b) Identification of chronic miasmatic diseases
  • (c) Base books of Boger’s repertory
  • (d) Boennianghausen’s concept of contradictory & alternating symptoms
  • (e) Role of doctrine of concomitance in totality of symptoms      25Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Logistical, ideological & structural limitations of TPB
  • (b) Classification of sensations by Boennianghausen
  • (c) Evolution of Kent’s repertory
  • (d) ‘Other remedies’ of Boenninghausen
  • (e) Denotations: Noma, Milk leg, Mentagra, Fungus articulosum, Noli-me-ta ngre 25 Marks

Part 11.Paper II REPERTORY

I. Differentiate with examples & probable miasm

  • (a) Absent minded, Absorbed, Abstraction of mind
  • (b) Avarice, Miserly, covetous
  • (c) Aversion, Hatred, Misanthropy, Disgust
  • (d) Contradiction disposition to, Contr. intolerant of, Contrary
  • (e) Hurry, Impatience, Impetuous   25 Marks

2. Briefly describe

  • (a) Importance of observation in case taking with reportorial examples
  • (b) Qualified mentals with examples
  • (c) Merits & demerits of card repertory
  • (d) Sensation as if by H.A.Robert
  • (e) What is the relationship between one-sided disease & mental disease? Which class amongst these gets aggravated with advice, arguments & persecution?    25 Marks

3. Synthesize rubrics

  • (a) Side effects of vaccination in Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Adenoids
  • (c) Retarded child
  • (d) Politicians
  • (e) Osteo arthritis    25 Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Basic difference between $83 with $ 98 in case taking
  • (b) Fever chapter in Boger’s repertory
  • (c) Major changes & additions in Synthesis 9.1
  • (d) Emergency chapter in Murphy’s repertory
  • (e) Anamnesis. How past history, family history and treatment history helps in repertorisation. Explain with examples from Synthesis     25 Marks

 Part 11.Paper III REPERTORY

I. Make a brief comparative study of the latest version of the following soft wares

  • (a) Cara
  • (b) Hompath
  • (c) Radar
  • (d) Organon
  • (e) Mercurius   25 Marks

2. Briefly describe

  • (a) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (b) Additional features in ISIS comparing to other softwares
  • (c) Drawbacks of software repertorisation
  • (d) Combined repertory
  • (e) Medium of repertorisation    25 Marks

3. Comment on

  • (a) Diagnosis in Homeopathy. How it helps in repertorisation.
  • (b) Latest edition of Murphy’s repertory
  • (c) Cross repertorisation- methods & utility
  • (d) Repertorial syndrome
  • (e) How will you workout a case on pathological generals   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Meddlesome, Anarchist , fanaticism
  • (b) Fungus Hematodes, Hectic fever, Deffervescent whooping cough
  • (c) Patchy tongue, Arthritic nodosities, Mani-a –potu
  • (d) Hypocrisy, Litigious, Benovalance
  • (e) Abbreviations : Chlor, Guaj, Kali-a, Kiss   25 Marks

Part 11.Paper I REPERTORY

I.  Briefly narrate

  • (a) Sources of Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Structure of Jahr’s repertory
  • (c) Pattern of cross references in various repertories
  • (d) Evolution of concept of clinical repertories
  • (e) Denotations: Florida, Podagra, Onyx, Eye teeth, Pertinacity   25 Marks

2. Note on

  • (a) Elements of symptom
  • (b) Bed rocks of TPB
  • (c) How will you study Materia medica with Repertories
  • (d) Even though Boenninghausen limited number of rubrics in mind section he devoted 17 rubrics related to emotional excitement under aggravation.
  • (e) Why Boger constructed another repertory, even though Kent’s work were popular at that time    25 Marks

3. Brief note on

  • (a) Important events in the evolution of card repertories
  • (b) Definition of ‘symptom’ by various authors
  • (c) Land marks of Kent’s repertory
  • (d) Practical utility of concordance in TPB
  • (e) India’s contribution to Repertory      25 Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Middle age in repertories
  • (b) Vital symptoms, Vicarious symptom & Clinical symptom
  • (c) Latest repertories
  • (d)“A tool is as good as the workman who handle it. A bad workman naturally blame his tool when things are going wrong”
  • (e)‘Polychrests appearing more frequently in chronic cases’. Explain the view of Boenninghausen     25 Marks


I.How will you take case in the following situation? Explain with examples?

  • (a) Chronic disease with acute exacerbation
  • (b) Acute disease with a chronic background
  • (c) Acute disease with a different chronic back ground
  • (d) Chronic disease without acute exacerbation
  • (e) Afebrile intermittent disease     25  Marks

2. Give the chapter/subchapter with rubrics in TPB

  • (a) Diarrhoea alternate with constipation, Hysterical convulsions, Hemiplegia
  • (b) Eruption around eyes, Emaciation of affected parts, Ringworm, Sunken eyes
  • (c) Worms Unnatural position, Mesmerism, Concussions
  • (d) Kreuz & Steiss, Aversion to company, Asphyxia, Inner parts obstructed
  • (e) Desire for cold juicy things, Subsultus tendinum, Concomitance to mind  25 Marks

3. Briefly explain with examples

  • (a) Prescribing on laboratory investigation with repertory
  • (b) Sub rubrics & their utility
  • (c) Important rubrics for children in Mind chapter of Synthesis
  • (d) Pain & palliative care in Repertory
  • (e) Silent features of complete repertory comparing to other repertories  25Marks

4. Comment

  • (a) Identification of chronic miasmatic disease
  • (b) Dr.Patel’s corrected Kent’s repertory
  • (c) Allen’s contribution to TPB
  • (d) Case taking in bedridden patient & half spiritual miasmatic disease.
  • (e) General directions for case taking in acute diseases. What special attention should be made chronic case of females   25 Marks


I. Briefly explain

  • (a) Different methods of repertorisation
  • (b) Steps in elimination
  • (c) Latest softwares
  • (d) Process of repertorisation
  • (e) Encyclopedia Homeopathica   25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) How will you select an eliminating symptom from the symptoms of the physical alone?
  • (b) How will you select a medicine if the mental symptoms presented by the patient call for more than one m medicine
  • (c) How will you explain that a given case has s direct relation to a particular medicine alone, not any other?
  • (d) Evolution of Synthesis
  • (e) Merits of software in repertory   25 Marks

3. Explain

  • (a) Different methods of selecting the rubric
  • (b) Major changes & additions in Radar 9.2
  • (c) Merits & demerits of Homeopathic seminars
  • (d) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (e) Silent features of latest Hompath Classic   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Fever nervous, Zymotic, Relapsing fever
  • (b) Wen, Podagra, Milk crust , Sudamina
  • (c) Piety nocturnal, Affectation, Scrupulousness
  • (d) Arcus senilis, Detachment of retina, Onyx
  • (e) Scorbiculis cordis, Cholorosis, Noma     25 Marks


I.Short notes on

  • (a) Major changes in TPB
  • (b) Major contribution of Boger to TPB
  • (c) Pathogenic & Concordance repertories
  • (d) Boger’s contribution to symptomatology
  • (e) Middle age in repertories     25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) Most useful classification of repertories
  • (b)’ The need of repertory comes from the character of homeopathy itself’
  • (c) Back in TPB
  • (d) Evolution of Boger’s concept
  • (e) Clinical repertories     25 Marks

3. Briefly describe

  • (a) Sources of Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Anamnesis, catamnesis and Associate anamnensis
  • (c) Boennianghausen’s concept on contradictory & alternating symptoms
  • (d) Important events in the evolution of card repertories
  • (e) Why Boger constructed another repertory, even though Kent’s work were popular at that time      25 Marks

4. Note on

  • (a) Practical utility of concordance section in TPB
  • (b) Classification of sensations by Boennianghausen
  • (c) What is diagnosis? How it helps in Repertorisation. Explain with examples.
  • (d) Demerits of software repertorisation
  • (e) Denotations : Bright’s disease, Sudoral fever, Industrious, Barrness, Thymic asthma     25 Marks


I.Differentiate with examples and probable miasm

  • (a) Anxiety, Fear, anticipation, aguish
  • (b) Buffoonery, Childish behavior, Foolish, Idiocy, Imbecility
  • (c) Amorous, Lasciviousness, Lewdness, Shameless
  • (d) Cheerful, exhilaration, Ecstasy, Content
  • (e) Hurry, Impatience, Impetuous    25 Marks

2. Explain the silent features & practical utility of the following chapters in Murphy’s Repertory

  • (a) Blood, Children
  • (b) Constitution, Emergency
  • (c) Disease, Environment
  • (d) Toxicity, Pregnancy
  • (e) Eye & Vision in Synthesis    25 Marks

3. Briefly narrate

  • (a) Requisites for a good card repertory
  • (b) How will you explain a given case has a direct relation to a particular medicine alone, not any other?
  • (c) An unmarried girl of 25 years developed schizophrenia. In what category of disease can it put in the homeopathic standard of classification? How do you take the case & treat it?
  • (d) Compilation of Boger’s repertory.   25 Marks

4. Give the chapter, rubric/sub rubrics in Kent’s repertory

  • (a) Premenstrual tension, Dupetreyns contracture, Hair falling in eruptions, Burns
  • (b) Sit with head on knees & hand on elbows, Post herpetic neuralgia, Dreams of epilepsy, Pot bellied mothers
  • (c) Nocturnal enuresis due to habit, Absolute blindness, Superiority complex, Allergic asthma
  • (d) Tubercular ulcer, Nail like opacity of cornea, Child grasps the nurse, Head ache with chronic vertigo
  • (e) Unable to make a decision, Bold & overconfident, Hutchison’s teeth, Infective endocarditis.   25 Marks


I.Briefly describe

  • (a) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (b) Additional features in ISIS comparing to other softwares
  • (c) Drawbacks of software repertorisation
  • (d) Major changes & additions in Radar 9.1
  • (e) Encyclopedia Homeopathica        25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) Different methods of repertorisation
  • (b) Steps in elimination
  • (c) Interpretation of mental rubrics
  • (d) Process of repertorisation
  • (e) Merits & demerits of Homeopathic magazines   25 Marks

3. Synthesize rubrics

  • (a) Ground itch
  • (b) Adenoids
  • (c) Retarded child
  • (d) Politicians
  • (e) Skin eruption alternate with respiratory   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Bright’s disease, Sudoral fever, Industrious,
  • (b) Barrness, Thymic asthma, , Milk leg
  • (c) Mentagra, Fungus articulosum, Noli-me-ta ngre
  • (d) Piety nocturnal, Affectation, Frivolous
  • (e) Meddlesome, Anarchist , fanaticism    25 Marks

 Paper.1  – REPERTORY

I. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Evaluation of symptoms according to Bidwell.
  • (b) Philosophic background of Card Repertory.
  • (c) Classification of mechanically aided repertory.
  • (d) Life and work of Constantine Hering.
  • (e) Accessory symptom of medicine and disease.    (25 marks)

II. Comment on:

  • (a) Kent’s view of Doctrine of analogy.
  • (b) Inductive logic and Repertory.
  • (c) Software on Repertory.
  • (d) Stuart close ; view on repertory.
  • (e) Habnemann’s Repertory.     (25 marks)

III. Short notes on:

  • (a) Concept of totality of symptom according to Boenninghausen.
  • (b) Sources of synthetic repertory.
  • (c) Evolution of Card Repertory.
  • (d) Lesser accessory symptom.
  • (e) Palliative medicines from repertory.  (25 marks)

IV.. Note down:

  • (a) Some repertories on diseases of          respiratory organs.
  • (b) Ranking of remedies in:
  • (i) Synthetic.     (ii) Synthesis.    (iii) Murphy,  (iv) Phatak.   (v) Kunzli.    (25 Marks)

(c) Year of publishing:

  • (i) Bryant s repertory.
  • (ii) Constantine Lippi’s repertory.
  • (iii) Guernsey’s Haemorrhoids.
  • (iv) Sheed’s clinical repertory.
  • (v) Perkin’s Rheumatism.    (25 Marks)

(d) Number of remedies  the following Repertories

  • (i)Gentry’s concordance. (ii) Knerr’s repertory.
  • (iii) Clark’s clinical repertory  (iv) Boger’s times of remedies.
  • (v) Bell’s diarrhoea.       (25 Marks)

(e)Denotation of the rubrics:

  •  (i) Affability                    (ii) Synalgia
  • (iii) Besnser’s disease  (iv) Charlatan.
  • (v) Anarchist          (25 marks)

 Paper.11  – REPERTORY

1. Write five similar Rubric for the following :

  • (a)Exacting too
  • (b) Childish behaviour
  • (c) Confusion of Mind.
  • (d) Indirent
  • (e) Lewdness    (25 Marks)

2. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Bell’s diarrhea.
  • (b) Kishore Card.
  • (c) Disadvantages of Kunzlis Repertory
  • (d) Interrogation of Psychiatric cases.
  • (e) Disease diagnosis and Repertory.    (25 Marks)

3. Short notes on:

  • (a) Epidemic disease—its management.
  • (b) Advantages of Boger over Therapeutic Pocket Book.
  • (c) 3 volume of Gentry’s concordance
  • (d) Chapter “Environment” of Murphy’s Repertory.
  • (e) Chapter “stages of life and constitution”       (25 Marks)

4. Note down:

(a) Chapter, sub chapter, rubric and sub rubrics of Boger Boennmghausen

  • (i) Bubo.           (ii) Lead Poisoning.
  • (iii) Anemic  appearance. (iv) Food won’t  go down.
  • (v) Intolerant to pain.                   (25 marks)

(b) Chapter and rubric in Gentry’s concordance

  • (i) Subsultus tendinum.
  • (ii) Deformed nails of fingers and toes
  • (iii) Tendency for abscess formation
  • (iv) Pain in sciatic nerve when rising from sitting or turning in bed.
  • (v) Child cannot hold the head erect due to weakness of neck

(c) Rubrics on General modality given in the location chapter of Kent’s Repertory

(d) Rubrics  in which important medicines are missing in Kent’s Repertory

(e) Name the medicines for the following abbreviation :—

  • (i)  Agar-ph (ii) Wild
  • (iii)  Bart.    (iv) Tann
  • (v)   Mit

 Paper.111  – REPERTORY

1. Make a comparative study of RADAR, HRS, HOMPATH, KENTOPATH, CARA    (25 marks)

2. Write short notes on

  • (a) Repertorisation by Farrington’
  • (b) First Card Repertory
  • (c) Utility of Eliminative method of Repertorisation
  • (d) Drawbacks of computer repertorisation..
  • (e) Erecting totality for working a case of intermittent fever with Boger-Boennmghausen . (25 marks)

3. Write brief notes on

  • (a) Prescribing symptoms -
  • (b) Utility of various types of repertories
  • (c) Precautions to be taken for repertorisation with Boger Boennrnghausen
  • (d) Various methods of repertorisation with RADAR (25 marks)

4.Denotation of the following —

a) (i)   Veneration      (ii) Skeptical

    (iii)  Rigg’s disease  (iv) Chastisement

     (v)  Braggart

(b) (i)   Blasphemy      (ii)        Insolent

      (iii) Credulous        (iv)       Torpor

      (v)  Spiteful.

(c) (i)   Mollification       (ii)        Supplication

      (iii) Anarchist         (iv)       Gillian Barre Syndrome o

      (v)  Execrations

(d) (i)   Libertinism      (ii)        Sulky

     (iii)  Snappish          (iv)       Ludicrous

     (v)   Depravity

(e) (i) Grippe               (ii)  Favus

      (iii) Ephemeral ‘     (iv) Thermic fever “

       (iv) Bronchocele      (25 marks)

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