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Date posted: February 28, 2012

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE - DELHI UNIVERSITY

Organon of Medicine with homoeopathic philosophy – 1

All questions carry equal marks

Marks :  20 x5 =100

Organon

  1. Describe hahnemannian concept of mental disease. Describe the evolution of depression in sycotic and syphilitic miasm with suitable references.
  2. How does homoeopathic concept of sick differs from other therapeutic systems.
  3. Palliation and suppression  are the two sides of the same coin. Does homoeopathy recommends any of them? Justify your answer in details with suitable examples.
  4. How does the concept of individualisation helps in the treatment of chronic disease?
  5. Write short notes on:-
  • Concept of cause and effect
  • Scope of homoeopathy in community health.

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE - DELHI UNIVERSITY

Organon of Medicine with homoeopathic philosophy – 2 

All questions carry equal marks           20 x5 =100

  1. Describe the scope and limitation of homoeopathy as understood today.
  2. Discuss the criterion of selection of potency.
  3. Discuss the etiopathogenesis, investigations, complications and miasmatic background of diabetes mellitus.
  4. Explain in detail about pelvic inflammatory disease with its homoeopathic approach of management and treatment.
  5. Describe short notes on:-
  • Totality of symptoms
  • Homoeopathy in endocrinology

Courstesy : Dr Renu Pathak

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