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Date posted: November 2, 2011

Select the most appropriate answer for each of the following 200 multiple choice questions and enter the answer against the corresponding question number in the answer sheet by a THICK HORIZONTAL STROKE in black ink with a sketch pen ACROSS a single correct alphabet a,b,c,d . More than one entry or other type of markings or incomplete markings or erased markings or dots will invalidate the mark for that question.

 Time : 3 hours                                     Marks : 200 

Example : If (d) is the correct answer

(a)      (b)    (c)  (d)

1. Pineal Gland

  • a) Is developed from the 3rd pharyngeal arch
  • b) Presents both facial & true capsules between which lie its venous plexus
  • c) Is made up of follicles lined by simple cuboidal epithelium
  • d) Is supplied by branches of the external carotid artery

2. Cerebrospinal fluid is produced by

  • a) Choroid plexuses
  • b) Lateral ventricles only
  • c) Arachnoid granulations
  • d) All the ventricles

3. The nerve is most likely to be compressed by cervical rib is

  • a) upper trunk of brachial plexus
  • b) lower trunk of brachial plexus
  • c) middle  trunk of brachial plexus
  • d) axillary nerve

4.The uterine artery  is branch of

  • a) common iliac artery
  • b) external iliac artery
  • c) internal iliac artery
  • d) ovarian artery

5.  The 3rd part of duodenum is

  • a) the longest part of duodenum
  • b) crossed in front by inf mesenteric artery
  • c)  developed from the foregut
  • d)  pierced by the ampulla of vater

6.Dietary fat is absorbed chiefly in the

  • a) stomach
  • b) jejunum
  • c) ileum
  • d) ascending colon

7. The neurotransmitter at the myoneuronal junction is

  • a) dopamine
  • b) norepinephrine
  • c) acetyl choline
  • d) histamine

8.The following are the imp buffer systems present in the blood except

  • a) plasma protein buffer
  • b) phosphate buffer
  • c) bicarbonate – carbonic acid buffer
  • d) haemoglobin

9. In which of the following organs will the rate of blood flow change the least during exercise

  • a) brain
  • b) stomach
  • c) intestine
  • d) kidney

10. Wernick’s encephalopathy is a condition associated with Deficiency of

  • a) vitamin B 12
  • b) folic acid
  • c)  thiamine
  • d)  nicotinic acid

11. Cholagogues

  • a) increases the secretions of bile
  • b) produce contraction of the gall bladder
  • c) increases the enterohepatic circulation
  • d) increased in choleliathiasis

12. Cholesterol in the body perform the following functions except

  • a) Involvement in the synthesis of sex hormones
  • b) Structural component of cell membrane
  • c) Required for synthesis of corticosteroids
  • d) Substrate for the synthesis of bile pigments

13. Vitamin d is an essential dietary nutrient for

  • a)  Pregnant & lactating women
  • b)  Humans not exposed to sunlight
  • c)  Adult men & women
  • d)  Children during growth

14.Melanin & melatonin are respectively synthesized from

  • a)  Tryptophan &tyrosine
  • b)  Tyrosine & Tryptophan
  • c)  Arginine  & Tryptophan
  • d)  Phenyl alanine & Tyrosine

15. Sickle cell hemoglobin is characterised by

  • a) Replacement of glutamate by valine at beta 6 position
  • b) Replacement of glutamate by lysine at beta 6 position
  • c) Replacement of glutamate by valine at beta 22 position
  • d) Replacement of glutamate by valine at alpha 6 position

16.  Tertiary prevention include the following

  • a) Early diagnosis & treatment
  • b) Specific protection
  • c) Health promotion
  • d) Rehabilitation

17. Which of the following diseases is transmitted by black fly

  • a) Sleeping sickness
  • b) Chagas diseases
  • c) Onchocerciasis
  • d) Babesiosis

18. All of the following are killed vaccine except

  • a) BCG vaccine
  • b) Japanese encephalitis vaccine
  • c) Hepatitis vaccine
  • d) Rabies vaccine

19. Which is the most common cause of blindness in India

  • a) Vitamin a deficiency
  • b) Cataract
  • c) Glaucoma
  • d) Corneal opacity

20. The incubation period for staphylococcal food poisoning

  • a) 1 – 6 hours
  • b) 12- 36 hours
  • c)  48 – 72 hours
  • d)  More than 72 hours

21. Least amount of  protein per 100 g is present in the milk of

  • a) Human milk
  • b) Cow milk
  • c) Goat milk
  • d) Buffalo milk

22. Measles vaccine currently used  in universal immunisation programme is a

  • a) Killed vaccine
  • b) Sub unit vaccine
  • c) Live attenuated vaccine
  • d) Polyvalent vaccine

23. Which of the following is an advantage in a case control study

  • a) easy to select the control groups
  • b) suitable to investigate rare disease
  • c) incidence of disease can be directly measured
  • d) temporal  relationship is clearly evident

24.Which of the following is the most common route of transmission of hepatitis A virus

  • a)  Faecal oral route
  • b)  Parenteral  route
  • c)  Sexual transmission
  • d)  Vertical transmission

25. Which of the following has the highest calcium content

  • a)  Jower
  • b)  Bajara
  • c)  Ragi
  • d)  Rice

26. Which of the following insecticide is used as a space spray

  • a) Abate
  • b) Pyrethrum
  • c) D.D.T
  • d) PARIS GREEN

27. Attack rate

  • a) Is an incidence rate of a disease
  • b) Is a prevalence  rate of a disease
  • c) Represent the killing power of a disease
  • d) Depends on the incubation period of the diseases

28. Physical quality of life index includes all of the following EXCEPT

  • a) Infant mortality
  • b) Life expectancy at age one
  • c) Per capita income
  • d) Literacy

29.Major signs for clinical definition of AIDS include all of the following EXCEPT

  • a) Weight loss more than 10 % of the body
  • b) c/c diarrhoea for more than one month
  • c) persistent cough for more than one month
  • d) prolonged fever for more than one month

30. Sex ratio is defined as

  • a) The no of males per 1000 females
  • b) The no of females per 1000 males
  • c) The no of males per 1000 population
  • d) The no of females per 1000 population

31. Amylodosis is significantly associated with the following EXCEPT

  • a) a/c pyelonephritis
  • b) medullary carcinoma thyroid
  • c) multiple myeloma
  • d) TB

32. ESR decreased in

  • a) Multiple myeloma
  • b) TB
  • c) Polycythemia
  • d) RA

33. Mesothelioma is significantly associated with

  • a) Asbestosis
  • b) Berylliosis
  • c) Siderosis
  • d) Silicosis

34.  A primary TB lesion seen in the following e except

  • a) Liver
  • b) Meninges
  • c) Small intestine
  • d) Tonsil

35. Which of the following ovarian neoplasm’s is associated with postmenopausal bleeding

  • a) Dysgerminoma
  • b) Endodermal sinus tumour
  • c) Granulosa  cell tumour
  • d) Krukenberg tumour

36. Which of the histological type Hodgkin s lymphoma is associated with best prognosis

  • a) Lymphocyte depletion
  • b) Lymphocyte predominance’s
  • c) Mixed ceullarity
  • d) Nodular sclerosing

37. Trisomy 21 is known as

  • a)  Patau s syndrome
  • b)  Edwards syndrome
  • c)  Marfan syndrome
  • d)  Down syndrome

38. Splenomegaly is seen all of the following except

  • a)  Hereditary spherocytosis
  • b)  Sickle cell anaemia
  • c)  Beta thalassemia
  • d)  c/c myeloid leukaemia

39. The most common tumour of the appendix is

  • a) Squamous cell carcinoma
  • b) Carciniod tumour
  • c) Adenocarcinoma
  • d) Lymphoepithelioma

40. Brown atrophy of heart is due to accumulation of

  • a) Haemosiderin
  • b) Haemofusin
  • c) Lipofusein
  • d) Free iron

41. The protozoa that causes water borne diarrheal disease is

  • a) Entamoeba
  • b) Toxoplasma
  • c) Giardia
  • d) Belantidium

42. The most sensitive method for demonstration of AFB in sputum is

  • a) Auramine rhodamine O
  • b) ZIEHL NEELSEN METHOD
  • c) KINUYON STAIN
  • d) Culture

43. Culture MEDIA COMMONLY USED for growing bordetella pertussis is

  • a) Blood agar
  • b) Bordet gengou medium
  • c) Brucella agar
  • d) Brain heart infusion agar

44. The following parasitic infections are commonly seen in India except

  • a) Pinworm
  • b) Trichomoniasis
  • c) Microfilaria
  • d) Schistosomiasis

45. Identify the most combination of tests which gives the most  specific diagnosis of HIV

  • a) Elisa & western blot
  • b) Elisa  of 2 different regions
  • c) Elisa & Dot blot
  • d) Elisa & eastern blot

46. An increased serum iron & decreased iron binding capacity are found in

  • a) Iron deficiency anaemia
  • b) Megaloblastic anaemia
  • c) Anaemia of c/c disorders
  • d) Sideroblastic anaemia

47. Hypothermia in an uremic patient is due to

  • a) Failure of temperature regulating centre
  • b) Inhibition Na+  pump
  • c) Excessive dissipation of heat
  • d) Excessive sweating

48. Renal TB

  • a) Occurs as primary complex
  • b) Occurs always  as a result of lymphatic spread
  • c)  Tends to Occur in old people
  • d) Is characterised by sterile pyuria

49. The following clinical sign is seen in diabetic coma with ketosis

  • a) Moist skin
  • b) Full pulse
  • c) Brisk reflexes
  • d) Lowered B. P

50. The incubation period of mumps is

  • a) Around 3 days
  • b) Around 7 days
  • c) Around 10 days
  • d) Around 18 days

51. The following statement regarding SLE are true except

  • a) It is a multi system connective tissue disorder
  • b) There is profound disturbance of immune regulation
  • c) Arthritis ,arthralgia & fever are the commonest presenting features
  • d) Moderately enlarged spleen is seen in 90 % of cases

52.  Hypokalemia is characterised by

  • a) Scaphoid abdomen
  • b) Brisk reflexes
  • c) Loud quality of heart sounds
  • d) Weakness or paralysis of skeletal muscles

53.The following are true for ventricular septal defect , except

  • a) Spontaneous closure in 50 %
  • b) R/a respiratory infection & congestive failure
  • c) Infective endocarditis occurs in 25 % cases
  • d) Pulmonary hypertension occurs  a result of high pulmonary blood flow

54. Cholera is associated with

  • a) Gram positive organism infection
  • b) Metabolic alkalosis
  • c)  Hypovolemic shock
  • d) Hyperkalemia

55. Megaloblastic anaemia is associated with the following  , except

  • a) Folic acid deficiency
  • b) B12 deficiency
  • c) Orotic aciduria
  • d) Lead poisoning

56. Whispering pectoriloquy is heard in

  • a) Bronchitis
  • b) Bronchial asthma
  • c) Collapse due to peripheral bronchial obstruction
  • d) Diffuse pulmonary emphysema

57. Adult  respiratory distress syndrome

  • a) Is a single disease entity
  • b) Affects one lung
  • c) Produces pulmonary oedema
  • d) Is not a serious problem

58. ‘a’ wave in jugular venous patches is absent in

  • a) Pulmonary stenosis
  • b) Tricuspid stenosis
  • c) Pulmonary hypertension
  • d) Atrial fibrillation

59.  The first heart sound is accentuated in

  • a) Myocarditis
  • b) Cardiomyopathy
  • c) Mitral regurgitation
  • d) Thyrotoxicosis

60. Berger’s nephropathy is

  • a) Ig G type
  • b) Ig A type
  • c) Ig M type
  • d) Ig D type

61. Koplik s spots are seen in

  • a) Mumps
  • b) Measles
  • c) Rubella
  • d) Herpes simplex

62. Complications of myocardial infarction include all ,except

  • a) Pulmonary emboli
  • b) Systemic emboli
  • c) Dissection of aorta
  • d) Cardiogenic shock

63. “Sick-Cell Syndrome” is characterised by one of the following

  • a)   Hypo natriemia
  • b)   Hyper natriemia
  • c)   Hypo Kalemia
  • d)   Hyper Kalemia

64. Chest pain two weeks after acute myocardial infarction could be

  • a)   Dressler’s syndromc
  • b)   Integumental in origin
  • c)   Psychogenic in origin
  • d)   None of the above

65. The most common cause congenital hypothyroidism is

  • a)   Thyroid dysgenesis
  • b)   Defects of iodine transport
  • c)   Pendred’s syndrome
  • d)   Thyrotropin defeciency

66. Uveoparotid fever is characteristically seen in

  • a)   Tuberculosis
  • b)   Sarcoidosis
  • c)   Systemic lupus erythamatosis
  • d)   Sjogrens syndrome

67. N. Gonorrhoea ferments one of the following sugars

  • a)   Glucose
  • b)   Maltose
  • c)   Sucrose
  • d)   Fructose

68. Morbid preoccupation with symptoms and fear of disease, Either physical or psychological is a characteristic feature of

  • a)   Phobia
  • b)   Hypochondrasis
  • c)   Hysteria
  • d)   Generalised anxiety disorder

69. Body image disturbance is a characteristic features of

  • a)   Hypochondrias
  • b)   Manai
  • c)   Neurasthenia
  • d)   Anorexia nervosa

70. The genital warts are caused by

  • a)   Human Papilloma virus
  • b)   Herpes Simplex virus
  • c)   Cytomegalo virus
  • d)   Hepatitis-B Virus

71. All are the First Grade remedies for inflammation of endocardium, EXCEPT:   (Kent’s Repertory)

  • a)   Aurum Met
  • b)   Spigelia
  • c)   Kalmia
  • d)   Digitalis

72. First grade remedy for Paralysis agitans   (Kent’s Repertory)

  • a)   Tarentula
  • b)   Plumbum Met
  • c)   Zincum Met
  • d)   Baryata Carb

73. Mania following disappearance of neuralgia (Allen’s Key Notes of M. M)

  • a)   Kali Bichromicum
  • b)   Actea Racemosa
  • c)   Phytolacca
  • d)   Lac. Can.

74. Coryza; constant picking at nose until it bleeds. Acrid excoriating nasal discharge (Boericke’s M. M)

  • a)   Cina
  • b)   Arum Triphyllum
  • c)   Zincum Met
  • d)   Sticta pulmonalise

75. Violent collic, sensation as if abdominal wall was drawn as if by a string to the spine. Constipation, stools hard, lumpy, black like sheep-dung (Allen’s Key Notes of M. M)

  • a)   Kali Carb
  • b)   Plumbum met
  • c)   Opium
  • d)   Chelidonium

76.Madura foot is caused by

  • a)   Streptococcus viridans
  • b)   Nocardin
  • c)   Leprosy
  • d)   Ischemic disease of foot

77. Hydrochloric acid is secreted in the stomach  by

  • a)   Gastric epithelial cells
  • b)   Chief cells
  • c)   Pariental cells
  • d)   Gastrin cells

78. Desmoid tumours arise from

  • a)   Chest wall
  • b)   Musculoaponeurotic layers of abdominal wall
  • c)   Perineum
  • d)   Scalp

79. Which one of the statements about a furuncles is TRUE?

  • a)   Common in the sole of the foot
  • b)   Usually due to staphylococcus
  • c)   It must be treated by excision
  • d)   It is synonymous with carbuncle

80. CARDIOSPASM is due to

  • a)   Coronary atheroma
  • b)   Coronary spasm
  • c)   Cork screw oesophagus
  • d)   Functional disorder at the lower end of oesophagus

81. A blue green discharge from an ulcer indicates infection with

  • a)   Pseudomonas pyocyanents
  • b)   Streptococcus viridans
  • c)   Candida albicans
  • d)   Streptococcus aureus

82. Which of the following is least likely in cancer of the oral cavity

  • a)   It is squamous (epidermoid) in type
  • b)   Associated with tobacco
  • c)   Commonly spreads to lungs
  • d)   Diagnosis confirmed by incisional

83. Heamophilla is due to deficiency of

  • a)   Platelets
  • b)   Factor IX
  • c)   Factor VIII
  • d)   Fibrinogen

84. The ganglion contains

  • a)   Mucoid material
  • b)   Water
  • c)   Blood
  • d)   All of the above

85. Carpal tunnel syndrome is due to compression of

  • a)   Radial nerve damage
  • b)   Mediam nerve
  • c)   Ulnar nerve
  • d)   Flexor tendons

86. Volkman’s ischemic contracture is due to

  • a)   Massive loss of muscles
  • b)   Interruption in the nerve supply to the muscles
  • c)   Ischaemia of the muscles
  • d)   Myositis ossificans

87. Regarding bleeding polypus of the nose which one of the following is TRUE:

  • a)   It is an antrochoanal polyp
  • b)   It is a form of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma
  • c)   It is the other name for Rhinosporidiosis
  • d)   It is a capillary heamangioma arising from the septum

88. Recurrent laryngeal nerve supplies all of the following laryngeal muscles, EXCEPT:

  • a)   Posterior cricoarytenoid
  • b)   Crico-thyroid
  • c)   Lateral crico-arytenoid
  • d)   Thyro-arytenoid

89. Infantile glaucoma usually presents with

  • a)   Leucocoria
  • b)   Progressive visual loss
  • c)   Microphthalmos
  • d)   Photophobia

90. The triad of kerato conjunctivitis sicca, exrostomia and connective tissue disorder  is called

  • a)   Steven Jognson syndrome
  • b)   Parinaud’s syndrome
  • c)   Reiter’s syndrome
  • d)   Sjogren’s syndrome

91. First grade remedy for oedema of vocal cords (Ken’s Repertory)

  • a)   Lachesis
  • b)   Lycopodium
  • c)   Crotalus H-
  • d)   Arsenic Alb

92. Amaurosis from atrophy of retina or optic nerve. Dim sighted: sees as through a veil; strabismus, depending upon the brain trouble (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Conium
  • b)   Gelsemium
  • c)   Tabacum
  • d)   Physostigma

93. Chronic sequelae of haemorrhages, after operation with oozing of blood and coldness and prostration;  For  shock after surgical operations (Boericke’s M. M)

  • a)   China
  • b)   Strontia.c
  • c)   Staphisagria
  • d)   Ruta G

94. Post operative gas pain, abdomen distended, tympanitic, hard emitted  ,upward or downward (Boericker’s M. M)

  • a)   Carbo veg
  • b)   Nux vomica
  • c)   Raphanus
  • d)   Lycopodium

95. The Only first grade remedy for heamorrhoids alternating with palpitation (Kent’s Repertory)

  • a)   Collinsonia
  • b)   Aloes
  • c)   Sulphur
  • d)   Aesculus

96. The presence of oligohydromnios denotes one of the following fetal abnormality

  • a)   Anennecephaly
  • b)   Cleft palate
  • c)   Tracheo-esophageal fistula
  • d)   Renal agenesis

97. Occipto posterior position of the fetus is diagnosed by

  • a)   Unengaged head
  • b)   Anterior shoulder well above the symphysis pubis
  • c)   Anterioror shoulder away from midline
  • d)   An easy palpable back of the fetus

98. Progress of labour can be best monitored by

  • a)   Recording of uterine contraction
  • b)   Descent of the foetal head
  • c)   Descent of anterior shoulder
  • d)   Cervicograph

99. The most likely cause of neonatal death in a breech delivery is:

  • a)   Low birth weight
  • b)   Intra-carnial hemorrhage
  • c)   Cord prolapse
  • d)   Intrapartum asphyxia

100. Umbilical cord commonly contains:

  • a)  Two veins and one artery
  • b)   Two arteries and one vein
  • c)   Two arteries and two veins
  • d)   One artery and one vein

101.  The commonest cause of prolonged labour in young primigravidae is:

  • a)   Cephalopelvic disproporation
  • b)   Breech presentation
  • c)   Face presentation
  • d)   Occipitoposterior presentation

102.  Disseminated intravascular Coagulation can be associated with all of the following conditions, EXPECT:

  • a)   Abruptio placenta
  • b)   Intrauterine fetal death
  • c)   Rhesus incompatibility
  • d)   Septic abortion

103.  The earliest clinical manifestation of pre-eclampsia is

  • a)   Rise in blood pressure
  • b)   Albuminuria
  • c)   Weight gain
  • d)   Narrowing of the retinal vessels

104.  The endometrium is lined by the following epithelium

  • a)   Simple cuboidal
  • b)   Stratified squamous
  • c)   Transitional
  • d)   Simple columnar

105.  The commonest causative organism in  Bartholinitis is

  • a)   Treponema pallidum
  • b)   Trichomonas vaginalis
  • c)   Neisseria Gonorrhea
  • d)   Herpes simplex

106.  All of the following tumours are germ cell  tomours of ovary, EXCEPT:

  • a)   Dys germinoma
  • b)   Granulosa cell tumour
  • c)   Teratoma
  • d)   Choricarcinoma

107. All the Following statements are true regarding vagina EXCEPT:

  • a)   Contain no glands.
  • b)   Is lined by squamous epithelium.
  • c)   Develops entirely from Mullerian ducts.
  • d)   Has acidic pH during reproductive life.

108.  All the following hormones are involved in regulation of menstrual cycle, EXCEPT:

  • a)   Oestradiol
  • b)   Human chorionic gonodotropins
  • c)   Luteinising hormone
  • d)   Follicular stimulating hormone

109.  The causes of while discharge in children include all of the following, Except:

  • a)   Foreign bodies
  • b)   Gonorrohea
  • c)   Mycotic infection
  • d)   Mycoplasma

110.  The following arteries give blood supply to vagina, EXCEPT:

  • a)   Uterine arteries
  • b)   Anterior division of the internal illiac artery.
  • c)   Middle rectal artery
  • d)   External pudendal artery

111.  Pain and numbers in right ovary running down of that side (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Lycopodium
  • b)   Pulsatilla
  • c)   Podophyllum
  • d)   Kalmia

112.  A Lady suffering from leucorrhoea, which is acrid, corrosive offensive, worse between periods, has the odour of green corn, stiffens like starch, stains the linen  yellow.

  • a)   Kreosotum
  • b)   Bovista
  • c)   Borax
  • d)   Conium

113.  Bearing down sensation as if internal organs would be pushed out, must sit down and  cross limbs to amel. Pressure, Least contact  of parts causes violent sexual excitement.  Sore pain in uterus (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Murex Purpurea
  • b)   SDepia
  • c)   Helonias
  • d)   Platina

114.  All are the first grade remedies for  “Regidity of so during labour, EXCEPT: (Kent’s Repertory).

  • a)   Caulophyllum
  • b)   Beiladonna
  • c)   Chamomilla
  • d)   Gelsemium

115.  Menses: too early, too profuse, too protracted;  partly fluid, partly clotted; flow in   paroxysms; with colic and labour-like  pains, from sacrum to pubes (Allen’s Key  Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Ferrum Met
  • b)   Sabina
  • c)   Pulsatilla
  • d)   Secale Cor.

116.  Teething children are pale weak, fretful  and want to be carried rapidly (Allen’s Key  Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Chamomilla
  • b)   Cina
  • c)    Arg. Alb.
  • d)   Ant. crud

117.  Happy dreams, wakes up singing (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Natrum Mur.
  • b)   Sulphur
  • c)   Sepia
  • d)   Veratrum Alb.

118.  Foul breath in girls at puberty (Allen’s Key  Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Merc. Sol.
  • b)   Carbo. animalis
  • c)   Baptisia
  • d)   Aurum met.

119.  Cough has gurgling sound, as if water was   being poured from a bottle (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Ipecac
  • b)   Cuprum met.
  • c)   Phosphorous
  • d)   Senega

120.  Twitching of single muscles or group of muscles especially upper part of body: Chorea (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Stramonium
  • b)   Hyoscyamus
  • c)   Cuprum met.
  • d)   Cicuta vir.

121.  The full name of Naja is

  • a)   Naja tripudians
  • b)   Naja Trifolium
  • c)   Naja Incarnata
  • d)   Naja Semperviens

122.  All the ailments are accompanied by drowsiness and sleepiness, or an inclination of faint even from slight pain with  great dryness of mouth (Allen’s Key Notes  of M.M.).

  • a)   Bryonia alb.
  • b)   Opium
  • c)   Hepar Sulph
  • d)   Nux moschata

123.  Every sound seems to penetrate through  the whole body, causing nausea and vertigo (Nash M.M.)

  • a)   Theridion
  • b)   Ferrum met
  • c)   Taraxicum
  •  d)   Conium

124.  Patients cannot bear tobacco, smoking or being in tobacco smoke produces or aggravates headache, Headache as if a nail were driven out through the site, relieved by lying on it (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Staphisagria
  • b)   Tabacum
  • c)   Natrum Mur
  • d)   Ignatia

125.  Rheumatism alternating with gastric symptoms, one appearing in the fall and the other in the spring. Rheumatism and dysentery alternate. Pain in small spots can be covered with the tip of a finger (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Kali carb
  • b)   Kali Bichromicum
  • c)   Aloe Soccotrina
  • d)   Rhus tox

126.  Fingers jerk when holding pen, Neuritis, Typewriter’s paralysis (Boericke’s M.M.)

  • a)   Zincum met
  • b)   Stannum met
  • c)   Aconite
  • d)   Arnica

127.  Sore throat before menses appear Menses too late and scanty, thick dark, like pitch; mucous leucorrhoea. Menses flow only in sleep; more profuse at night, or when lying down, cease while walking (Boericke’s M.M.)

  • a)   Magnesia Mur
  • b)   Mag carb
  • c)   Kali card
  • d)   Ammon, Mur

128.  Diarrhea before and during menses, cannot bear tight clothing around waist. Traces of menses between menstruation. Awkward, drops thing from hands (Boericke’s M.M.)

  • a)   Lachesis
  • b)   Apis
  • c)   Bovista
  • d)   Rhus tox

129.  Sensation of coldness in single parts profuse sweats on the head of large headed open fontanelles children (Nash M.M)

  • a)   Calc carb
  • b)   Moschus
  • c)  Calc phos
  • d)   Sulphur

130.  Eczema of lids, eruptions moist and fissured, margins of lids covered with scales and crusts. Stools are knotty and mucous often follows the stool (Nash M.M.)

  • a)   Graphite
  • b)   Hepar sulph
  • c)   Sulphur
  • d)   Mezereum

131.  Sensation as if something moving or hopping about in the stomach, abdomen, uterus or chest Haemorrhages from different parts blood is back viscid clotted and froming itself into long black string from the bleeding orifice (Nash M.M.)

  • a)   Crocus sativus
  • b)   Aconite
  • c)   Calcarea carb
  • d)   Millefolium

132.  Convulsions from concussion of the brain, Desire for unnatural things like coal. Back bent backward like an arch (Boericke’s M.M)

  • a)   Opium
  • b)   Cicuta virosa
  • c)   Calcarea carb
  • d)   Alumina

133.  …………………………. water or …………….. water complaints. Hydrophobia, fear of becoming mad, Cannot bear heat of sun (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.).

  • a)   Lyssin
  • b)   Glonoine
  • c)   Lachesis
  • d)   Gelsemium

134.  Sweat sweat the files. Destroys ………… for tobacco. Aversion to motion, ………. to move (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Bryonia
  • b)   Caladium
  • c)   Calcare carb
  • d)   Borax

135.  Vertigo when lying down, and when turning over in bed, when turning head sidewise, or  turning eyes; worse shaking head, slight noise or conversation of others, especially towards the left. Effects of suppressed sexual appetite (Boericke’s M.M.)

  • a)   Gelsemium
  • b)   Cocculus
  • c)    Conium
  • d)   Agaricus

136.  Drawing pain through the chest from breast to scapula, of the same side every time the child nurses; nipple very sore. Swashing sensation in the intestines, as from water, before stool. The bowels are moved as if by spasmodic jerks, “coming out like a shot”, as soon as patient eats, drinks or even while eating; yellow watery stool (Allen’s Key Notes of M. M)

  • a)   Aloe Soc
  • b)   Gambogia
  • c)   Croton tig
  • d)   Lilium tig

137.  Gastric complaints from ever comes stomach weak, digestion can be disturbed, a thick milky white coating on the tongue, very subject to canker sores in the mouth. Longing for acids and pickles. (Allen’s Key Notes of M. M)

  • a)   Sulphur
  • b)   Argentum Nitricum
  • c)   Antim Crud
  • d)   China

138.  Which of these is not a nosode?

  • a)   Medorrhinum
  • b)   Anthracinum
  • c)   Syphilinum
  • d)   Santonium

139.  Great dryness of mucous membrane of air passages- throat, larynx, trachea, bronchi- “dry as a horn”. Cough dry, sibilant, like a saw driven   through a pine board; <sweets, cold drinks. (Allen’s Key Notes of M. M)

  • a)   Nux.Moschata
  • b)   Spongia Tosta
  • c)   Bryonia alb
  • d)   Pulsatilla

140.  Pains sticking, pricking as from splinters, urine scanty, dark brown, strong smelling like horse’s urine, cold when it passes; turbid, looks like remains of a cider barrel (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Nitric acid
  • b)   Benzoic acid
  • c)   Sulphuric acid
  • d)   Lactic acid

141.  Great depression; groundless fears of financial ruin (Boericke’s M. M)

  • a)   Kali Phos
  • b)   Calc Flour
  • c)   Ferrum Phos
  • d)   Natrum Mur

142.  Nausea or vomiting from riding in a carriage, boat of railroad car, or even looking at a boat in motion; sea-sickness. Bad effects: from loss of sleep, mental; excitement and night watching. (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Coca
  • b)   Cocculus
  • c)   Arnica
  • d)   Nux vomica

143.  Pains stitching, darting, worse during rest and lying on affected side. Bag like swelling between the upper eyelid and eyebrows. Feels badly a week before menstruation: backache before and during menses. Great aversion to be alone (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Kali Carb
  • b)   Apis
  • c)   Lycopodium
  • d)   Causticum

144.  Persons of feeble digestive powers; flatulence specially of tea drinkers. Violent twisting colic, in regular paroxysms, as if intestines were grasped and twisted by a powerful hand. Colic pains agg. bending forward and while lying; amel. Standing erect or bending backwards (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Colocynth
  • b)   Duoscorea villosa
  • c)   Mag. Carb
  • d)   Lobelia Inflata

145.  Made the oil of turpentine, this remedy has peculiar urinary symptom like urine having the odour of violets; haematuria, blood thoroughly mixed with urine; sediment like coffee grounds; cloudy, smokey, albuminous; profuse dark or black, painless (Allen’s Key Notes of M.M.)

  • a)   Phosphorus
  • b)   Taraxicum
  • c)   Terebinth
  • d)   Colchicum

146.  Which of the following diseases is most difficult to be treated- (Organon of Medicine by Hahnemann)

  • a)   Pseudo Chronic diseases
  • b)   Artificial Chronic diseases
  • c)   Natural Chronic diseases
  • d)  One sided diseases

147.  Whenever a patient comes after being treated in allopathy, he should be – (Organon of Medicine by Hahnemann)

  • a)   Prescribed Nux Vomica
  • b)   Prescribed Sulphur
  • c)   Watched & given no medicine with a view to get the original picture of his natural disease
  • d)   Anti doted

148.  Which of the following is not true to the Hahnemannian classification of Intermittent fevers (Organon of Medicine by Hahnemann)

  • a)   Epidemic Intermittent fever occurring in marshy districts
  • b)   Epidemic Intermittent fever occurring sporadically
  • c)   Epidemic Intermittent fever where nne are epidemic
  • d)   All of the above

149.  “Half Acute Miasm” is the cause of (Hahnemann’s Chronic diseases)

  • a)   Rabies
  • b)   Measles
  • c)   Gonorrhoea
  • d)   None of the above

150.  The number of Aphorisms in the sixth edition of Dr. Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine is

  • a)   294
  • b)   291
  • c)   274
  • d)   289

151.  Accessory symptoms becomes observable in the disease if the medicine administered happens to be

  • a)   Similimum
  • b)   Appropriate remedy
  • c)   Not perfectly appropriate remedy
  • d)   None of the above

152.  Second burial of Dr. Hahnemann took place at

  • a)   Montmartre cemetery
  • b)   Pere Lachaise cemetery
  • c)   Eythra cemetery
  • d)   None of the above

153.  Which observation of Dr. Kent shows that cure is taking place according to hering’s law of direction of cure (Kent’s Philosophy)

  •   a)   IInd observation
  •   b)   IIIrd observation
  •   c)   IXth observation
  •   d)   XIth observation

159. The term vital force changed into vital  principle in the

  • a)   The edition of Organon
  • b)   IVth edition of Organon
  • c)   Vth edition of Organon
  • d)   IIIrd edition of Organon

160. Proving of drugs onh healthy individuals is not easy as (Homeopathy the science of Therapeutics by C. Dunham)

  • a)   The doses by which corresponding varieties of symptoms are produced differ widely in different drugs
  • b)   The susceptibility of the different provers to the same drug is very different
  • c)   The susceptibility of prover to different preparations of the same drug is very various
  • d)   All of the above

161.  Hering’s law of direction of cure

  • a) The cure must take place from above downwards
  • b)   From within outwards
  • c)   In the reverse order of the appearance of Symptoms
  • d)   All of the above

162. “Similia Similibus Curenmter” is

  • a)   Let likes be treated by likes
  • b)   Like cures likes
  • c)   Same cures same
  • d)   All of the above

163. Dr. Hearing introduced

  • a)   Decimal scale
  • b)  Centesimal scale
  • c)   50 millesimal scale
  • d)   None of the above

164. “Quibus Auxillus” means (Lesser writings by Boenninghausen)

  • a)   Seat of the disease
  • b)  Concomitant ailments
  • c)   Personality of the disease
  • d)   Causation of the disease

165.  The grosser, over whelming symptoms are (Kent’s Philosophy)

  • a)   Toxicological results of drug
  • b)  Dynamic results of drug
  • c)   P. Q. R. S symptoms of drug
  • d)   None of the above

166.     Homoepathicity is (Kent’s Philosophy)

  • a)   The ralation between the homoeopathic remedy & the patient who has been cured
  • b)   Similia Similibus Curanter
  • c)   Equalia Equalibus Curenter
  • d)   City where all physicians practice homoeopathy

167.     One sided disease are those (Organons  of Medicine by Hahnemann)

  • a)   Which affect part of the body
  • b) Which affect half of the body
  • c)   Which display only one or two principle symptoms
  • d)   None of the above

168.     The successful Homoeopathician must be (Dr. Stuart Close’s Philosophy)

  • a)   An Artist
  • b)  Scientist
  • c)   Both artist and Scientist
  • d)   None of the above

169. Negative general symptoms (Dr. Stuart Close’s Philosophy)

  • a)   Absence of mental general symptoms
  • b)  Absence of physical general symptoms
  • c)   Absence o f expected or customary features in the case
  • d)   None of the above

170.     Susceptibility & potency are (Dr. Stuart Close’s philosophy)

  • a)   Directly proportional to each other
  • b)  Inversely proportional to each other
  • c)   Not related
  • d)   None of the above

171.  For proving, indigenous plants should be taken in the form of (Organon of Medicine)

  • a)   Freshly expressed Juice
  • b)  Tincture prepared with alcohol
  • c)   Powder form
  • d)   All of the above

172.   Lord Bacon was the father of (Orgaqnon of Medicine with B. K. Sarker Commentary)

  • a)  Objective & realistic tradition in the modern Philosophy
  • b)  Subjective & Idealistic tradition in the modern Philosophy
  • c)   Both (a) & (b)
  • d)   None of the above

173.     A Dynamic disease is extinguished by another that is more powerful when the later is (Organon of Medicine)

  • a)   Similar
  • b)   Equal
  • c)   Dissimilar
  • d)   Weaker

174.     Case taking is easy in acute diseases, because (Organon of Medicine)

  • a)   All the phenomena & alternation in state of health has recently lost
  • b)  These are still fresh in patients memory
  • c)   These are still continue to be novel & striking
  • d)   All of the above

175.     Full time amelioration of symptoms, yet no special relief of the patient. Indicates (Kent’s Philosophy)

  • a)   Latent existing organic condition in patient which prevents improvements beyond certain stage
  • b)   Medicine acting superficially
  • c)   Increased potency is required
  • d)   Change of remedy

176.     The chapters in the “Homoeopathy Medical Repertory” by Robin Mu…… N. D. are arranged in

  • a)   Alphabetical order
  • b)  Systematic order
  • c)   Hahnemannian order
  • d)   Hierarchical order

177.     In Kent’s Repertory the rubric, “lie down, inclination to” is found in the chapter

  • a)   Mind
  • b)  Generalities
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   All of the above

178.     In Kent’s Repertory the rubric “Coldness, painful nerves, / along is found in the chapter

  • a)   Skin
  • b)  Generalities
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   Chill

179.     The first edition of ‘Therapeutics of Fevers’ by H. C. Allen was published in the year

  • a)   1878
  • b)   1879
  • c)   1880
  • d)   1890

180.     In Kent’s Repertory the rubric “Rocking, amel’ is found in the chapter

  • a)   Mind
  • b)   Generalities
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   Skin

181.     The earliest card Repertory was made by

  • a)   Dr. W. J. Guernsey
  • b)   Dr. H. N. Guernsey
  • c)   Dr. W. N. Guernsey
  • d)   H. J. Guernsey

182.     The first sub section in the chapter ‘Fever’ in the old edition of Boeninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book is

  • a)   Circulation of Blood
  • b)   Chill
  • c)   Coldness
  • d)   Compound fevers

183.     The first ‘hernia’ is found under which chapter of Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book

  • a)   Abdominal Rings
  • b)   Internal abdomen
  • c)   External abdomen
  • d)   Sensations

184.     The plan of Concordance Repertory of Materia Medical by W. D. Gentry is based on

  • a)   Crudence concordance of Bible
  • b)   Hahnemannian method
  • c)   T. F. Allens method
  • d)   Mullers concordance of Bible

185.     Bogers-Bonninghausen’s Characteristic Repertory was published in the year

  • a)   1905
  • b)   1906
  • c)   1907
  • d)   1908

186.     Which is not a fundamental concept of Boger-Boenninghausen’s Repertory

  • a)   Doctrine of Complete symptom
  • b)   Doctrine  of Pathological general
  • c)   General to particular
  • d)   Doctrine of Causation & time

187.     Which chapter in Bogers-Boenninghausen’s Repertory

  • a)   Mind
  • b)   Sensorium
  • c)   Taste
  • d)   Stomach

188.     Which chapter in Boger-Boenninghausen’s Repertory incorporated rubric “Thirstlessness during fever”

  • a)   Stomach
  • b)   Sensations and complaint in general
  • c)   Thirst
  • d)   Heat and fever in general

189.     Which chapter in Boger-Bonninghausen’s Repertory incorporated rubric “Petechiae and ecchymosis”

  • a)   Upper extremities
  • b)   Lower extremities
  • c)   Skin and exterior body
  • d)   Sensations and complaints in general

190. Synthesis – Repertorium Homoeopathicum Syntheticum is authored by

  • a)   Frederick Schroyens
  • b)   H. Barthel
  • c)    Neatby and Stonham
  • d)   Boger

191.  Who was the first to incorporate grading of drugs in repertory?

  • a)   Dr. Hahnemann
  • b)   Dr. Kent
  • c)   Dr. Knerr
  • d)   Dr. Boenninghausen

192. Which symptom amongst the following has highest value in repertorisation by Kentian method

  • a)   Lack of vital heat
  • b)   Copious menses
  • c)   Alternate diarrhoea and constipation
  • d)   Diagonal complaints

193. In Kent’s Repertory the rubric “Insufficient, incomplete, unsatisfactory stools” is found in the chapter

  • a)   Mind
  • b)   Stool
  • c)   Abdomen
  • d)   Rectum

194.  “Berridge’s Repertory was published in the

  • a)   1873
  • b)   1875
  • c)   1825
  • d)   1850

195. In Boger-Boenninghausen’s Repertory the rubric “crackiness” is found in the chapter

  • a)   Stomach
  • b)   Vertigo
  • c)   Mind
  • d)   Sensation

196. The rubric ‘Sit inclination to’ is represented in which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory

  • a)   Mind
  • b)   Generalities
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   All of the above

197. The rubric’Touch, illusion of’ is represented in which chapter of Kent’s Repertory

  • a)   Mind
  • b)   Generalities
  • c)   Eyes
  • d)   Extremities

198. “Lie down, before the dinner must” is a sub rubric of which main rubric in the chapter Generalities of Kent’s Repertory

  • a)   Lassitude
  • b)   Dinner
  • c)   Weariness
  • d)   Lie down

199. The rubric “Foreign bodies, sensation is small foreign bodies or grains of sand under the skin” is represented under which chapter of Kent’s repertory

  • a)   Skin
  • b)   Mind
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   Generalities

200. In Kent’s Repertory, the rubric “Torticollis” is found in the chapter

  • a)   Throat
  • b)   External throat
  • c)   Extremities
  • d)   Generalities
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