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Date posted: October 26, 2011

1. Superior mediastinum contains
A.  Heart
B.  Lungs
C.  Blood vessels coming to and going away from heart, Trachea, Oesophagus etc.
D.  None of them

2. Which cerebral artery is called artery of  haemorrhage

  • A. Anterior cerebral
  • B. Middle cerebral
  • C. Posterior cerebral artery
  • D. None of them

3. The integrity of arches of the foot are maintained by

  • A. Shape of the bones
  • B. Planter side ligaments of foot joints
  • C. Planter aponeurosis
  • D. Muscles of the soles
  • E. All of them

4. Axillary lymph nodes are divided into following groups

  • A. Lateral
  • B. Pectoral
  • C. Subscapular
  • D. Apical
  • E. Central
  • F. All of them
  • G None of them

5. The primary curvatures of the vertebral column are present since birth while secondary curvatures develop after birth due to certain activities of the child. which are the secondary curvatures

  • A. Cervical
  • B. Thoracic
  • C. Lumbar
  • D. Sacrococcygeal
  • E. A and C above
  • F. B and D above

6. Anterior Pituitary gland secrets

  • A. Growth harmone  (GH)
  • B. Adrenocorticotrphic harmone (ACTH)
  • C. Thyroid stimulating harmone (TSH)
  • D. Follicular stimulating harmone(FSH)
  • E. Luteinising harmone (LH)
  • F. Vasopressin or (ADH)
  • G. All except one
  • H. None of them 

7. The cardiac output is the product of

  • A.Heart rate and stroke volume
  • B. Sympathetic and parasympathetic   stimulation
  • C. Filling of the ventricles and contraction of the cardiac muscle
  • D. None of them
  • E. All of them

8. The kidneys are concerned with

  • A. Removal of nitrogenous substances
  • B. Maintenance of electrolyte and water balance
  • C. Regulation of acid base equilibrium
  • D. Secretion of rennin and erythropoietin
  • E. All of them
  • F. All except one

9. When flexors are contracted the extensor muscles relax. This phenomenon is called

  • A. Reciprocal innervations
  • B. Act of inter-neurone system
  • C. None of them
  • D. Both of them

10. Liver is associated with

  • A. Protein metabolism,
  • B. Fat metabolism
  • C. Carbohydrate metabolism
  • D. Alcohol metabolism
  • E. Inactivation of hormones
  • F. Inactivation of drugs and pharmacological agents
  • G. all of them
  • H. None of them

11.  Koch’s postulates in relating a micro Organism causally to a given infection is

  • A. The organism must be observed in every Case of disease;
  • B. The organism can be isolated in pure Culture;
  • C. The disease can be reproduced in  suitable experimental animal by introducing pure culture;
  • D. The organism can be recovered in pure culture from the diseased experimental  animal;
  • E. All of the above
  • F. Some of the above 

12.  The development of a specific infection depends upon the following

  • A. The nature and the number of infective organisms
  • B. The route or avenue of infection
  • C. The state of host’s defense mechanismsand reaction
  • A. Some of them
  • D.All of them 

13. Immunity produced in an animal byaction of micro-organisms is called as

  • A. passive immunity
  • B. active immunity 

14.  What is common in acute Rheumatic fever, Myasthenia gravis, Rheumatoid      arthritis and Systemic lupus  erythematosus

  • A. Musculoskeletal disorders
  • B. Systemic disorders
  • C. Autoimmune diseases
  • D. Immunodeficiency diseases 

15. There are two mechanisms of spread of malignant tumors- infiltration and metastasis. The statement is-

  • A. True
  • B. False 

16. Odor of Phosphorus poisoning is

  • A. Foul
  • B. Garlicky
  • C. Aromatic
  • D. Sweetish 

17. Is not present in Arsenic poisoning

  • A. Constipation
  • B. Diarrhoea
  • C. Burning
  • D. Throat pain
  • E. Vomiting

18. X-Ray of wrist is useful for determination of-

  • A. Sex of a person
  • B. Age of an adult
  • C. Age of a child
  • D. Race of a person

19. Both mother and father have AB blood group. Blood group in their children will be

  • A.  A only
  • B.  A and AB
  • C.  B and AB
  • D.  A, B, and AB only

20. Ballistic expert is an

  • A. Forensic expert
  • B. Finger print expert
  • C. Chemical analyzer
  • D. Firearm expert 

21.  Cellulitis is spreading infection of

  • A. Hair follicle
  • B. Nail bed
  • C. Subcutaneous spaces
  • D. None of the above

22. Multiple cold nodules in thyroid scan is a   feature of

  • A. Multinodular goiter
  • B. Graves disease
  • C. Hashimoto’s disease
  • D. All of the above

23. Paroxysmal vertigo, tinnitus and deafness is characteristics of

  • A. Meniere’s disease
  • B. Acoustic neuroma
  • C. Serous Otitis media
  • D. Otosclerosis

24. Dead bone seen in chronic Osteomyelitis is called as

  • A. Sequestrum
  • B. Sinus debris
  • C. Involucrum
  • D. Cloasae

25. Retinoscopy  is used to study

  • A. Refractive error
  • B. Lesion of the macula
  • C. Lesions of retina
  • D. All of them

26. Following are the clinical features of  PCOD

  • A. Irregularities of menstruation
  • B. Hirsutism
  • C. Hyper insulinism
  • D. All of the above

27. Commonest cause of secondary amenorrhoea is

  • A. Pregnancy
  • B. Turner’s syndrome
  • C. Fibroid
  • D. PCOD

28. A patient of uterine fibroid will not have  amenorrhoea unless she is

  • A. Pregnant
  • B. Menopausal
  • C Both of the above
  • D. None of the above

29. Ideal test for the tubal pregnancy is

  • A. HSG
  • B. USG
  • C. Chromotubation
  • D. Shirodkar’s test

30. Following is a method of early detection of Ca cervix

  • A.Vaginal cytology
  • B. Endocervical aspiration
  • C. Cervical cytology
  • D. FNAC

31. High output cardiac failure in which of  the below mentioned conditions

  • A. Severe anaemia
  • B. Beri –Beri
  • C. Thyrotoxicosis
  • D. All these conditions

32. Which condition of the following  Conditions is contra indicated for CSF Examination

  • A. Meningitis
  • B. Venous thrombosis
  • C. Raised intra cranial pressure
  • D. Encephalitis

33. Koilonychias is a sign of the following type of anaemia

  • A. Iron deficiency
  • B. Folic acid deficiency
  • C. Haemolytic
  • D. Aplastic

34. Clubbing is seen in which of the condition

  • A. Myocarditis
  • B. Pericarditis
  • C. Infective endocarditis
  • D. None of the above

35. Bell’s palsy is

  • A. Upper motor neuron facial nerve palsy
  • B. Lower motor neuron facial nerve palsy
  • C. Pseudo bulbar palsy
  • D. All of the above

36. Xerosis occurs because of deficiency of

  • A. Zinc
  • B. Vitamin A
  • C. Iron
  • D. Vitamin K

37. Vitamin D deficiency in adults is called as

  • A. Rickets
  • B. Osteomyelitis
  • C. Osteomalacia
  • D. Osteoporosis

38. Role of the Public Health Authorities in  prevention and control of epidemics is

  • A. Declaring it a National Eradication  Programme
  • B. Legislation for elimination and effective  enforcement
  • C. Community awareness and their  cooperation
  • D. Minimizing Vector Population
  • E. All of them
  • F. None of them 

39. Aedes aegypti mosquito is responsible for transmission of which of the following

  • A. Chikungunya
  • B. Dengue
  • C. Both of them
  • D. None of them 

40. In epidemics occurrence of the case in the community needs to be communicated     immediately to the nearest public health official for identification of clusters by     person, place and time and for expansion     of the control measures in the community. The above statement is-

  • A. True
  • B. False 

41. Which of the following is NOT a plant  Nosode

  • A. Secale cor
  • B. Ustilago
  • C. Psorinum
  • D. Nectrianium 

42. Garden marigold is the common name of

  • A. Aconite
  • B. Arnica
  • C. Calendula
  • D. Pulsatilla 

43. Coffea cruda and Nux vomica tinctures  are prepared from

  • A. Bark
  • B. Roots
  • C. Seeds
  • D. leaves

44. Application for grant of License to   manufacture homoeopathic medicines is made under

  • A. Form 26 C
  • B. Form 24 C
  • C. Form 20 C
  • D. Form 19 B

45. In proving of narcotics drugs, symptoms recorded are of

  • A. Alternating action
  • B. Secondary action
  • C. Primary action
  • D. Pharmacological action

46. The unofficial pharmacopoeia in India was first written by

  • A. East India Company
  • B. Willmar Schwabe
  • C. M. Bhattacharya & Co.
  • D. B K Sarkar

47. 1M potency is same as

  • A. 1000 CH
  • B. 1000 X
  • C. 0/1
  • D. LM1

48. Decimal scale was introduced by

  • A. Hahnemann
  • B. Hering
  • C. Hartmann
  • D. Huffeland

49. Continuous fluxion potencies were prepared by

  • A. Fincke
  • B. Korsakoff
  • C. Hahnemann
  • D. Burt

50. Trituration of liquid substances is done   as per

  • A. Class V
  • B. Class VI
  • C. Class VII
  • D. Class VIII

51. 100 strokes are given in

  • A. Decimal scale
  • B. Centesimal scale
  • C. L M Potencies
  • D. Jumping scale 

52. Process involved in purification of sugar  of milk is

  • A. Sublimation
  • B. Crystallization
  • C. Distillation
  • D. Condensation

53. Thin   Layer   Chromatographic   study of drug helps to identify

  • A. Drug constituents
  • B. pH value
  • C. Refractive index of drug
  • D. Melting point

54. Venoms are prepared in

  • A. Water
  • B. Oils
  • C. Alcohol
  • D. Glycerin

55. Aphorisms 264 -285 in the Organon of  Medicine deal with pharmacy

  • A. True
  • B. False

56. Meaning of ‘Quibis Auxilus’ is

  • A. Accompanying Symptom
  • B. Cause of disease
  • C. Seat of disease
  • D. Personality &the individualization

57. Totality of symptoms according to  Boenninghausen is

  • A. Doctrine of Analogy
  • B. Doctrine of Concomitants
  • C. Grand Generalization
  • D. Grand Symptom

58. The concomitant symptom is to the  totality what the —- is to the single  symptom.

  • A. Sensation
  • B. Location
  • C. Modality
  • D. None of the Above 

59. In maze of symptoms, there are —– symptoms

  • A. Too many
  • B. Too many common
  • C. Too many characteristics
  • D. Too many basic

60. Following physician translated and edited Therapeutic Pocket Book

  • A. Dr. Charles Hempel
  • B. Dr. Horward  Okie
  • C. Dr T. F. Allen
  • D. All of above

61. Mental  aggravations  are  given  in  Therapeutic   Pocket   Book   under

  • A. Mind
  • B. Aggravations and amelioration
  • C. Both of them
  • D. None of them

62. Itching  of  the  lobule of ear immediately after wearing a metal ring is given in T.P.B under chapter

  • A. Ear
  • B. Aggravations
  • C. Sensations
  • D. Skin

63. Tearing pain in right side of chest during Cough is given in T.P.B. under chapter

  • A. Chest
  • B. Cough
  • C. Sensations
  • D. Aggravation 

64. Who   wrote   this,“  To   learn   the   materia  medica,  one  must  master  of Hahnemann’s      Organon, after which the symptomatology and the Organon go hand in hand. The Organon, the symptomatology and a full Repertory must be the constant reference books, if careful homoeopathic prescription is to be attained and maintained. ”

  • A. C.M. Boger
  • B. Hahnemann
  • C. J.T. Kent
  • D. Boenninghausen

65. Who   wrote   this, “Materia   Medica   study  is    a    constant,   diligent,    comprehensiveand  in  leisure  hours,  where  as  Repertory   study  is, in practice, at bed-side to aid   his memory, and abridged easy consultation without a too  great loss of time.”

  • A. J.T. Kent
  • B. C.M. Boger
  • C. Constantine Hering
  • D. Boenninghausen

66. Concept of ‘Remedy Relationship’ is elaborated in the repertory by

  • A. Boenninghausen
  • B. C. M. Boger
  • C. Both of them
  • D. None of them

67. First edition of Kent’s Repertory was   published

  • A. In 1897
  • B. It came in parts
  • C. Has undergone six editions
  • D. All are true
  • E. Some are true
  • F. None is true 

68. Dr. C. M. Boger’s  Boenninghausen’s Characteristics and Repertory

A. Was published in India posthumously
B. Has seven sections like that of  Therapeutic Pocket Book of Boenninghausen, namely Locations-(1)Mind, (2) Intellect, (3)Parts of the Body, (4) Sensations & Complaints, (5) Fever, (6) Modalities, and (7)Relationships
C. Is a bridge between Boenninghausen and Kent’s repertory

  1. Some are true
  2. None is true
  3. All are true

69.  Sixth edition of Organon of Medicine was translated in English by

  • A. Hahnemann
  • B. Hering
  • C. William Boericke
  • D. Bradford
  • E.  Dudgeon

70. Hahnemann’s First edition of Organon of Medicine was published in 1810, second   in 1819, third in 1824, fourth in 1829, fifth in 1833 and sixth posthumously

  • A. True
  • B. False

71. Introduction in the sixth edition of   Organon of Medicine is written by

  • A. Hahnemann
  • B. William Boericke
  • C. James Krauss

72. Organon of Medicine revolves around  three business of a physician which are  these

  • A. Knowledge of Disease
  • B. Knowledge of drugs
  • C. Knowledge of how to apply knowledge of drug to the knowledge of disease
  • D. All of the above
  • E. None of the above
  • F. Some of the above

73. The year of birth of Homoeopathy is

  • A. 1810
  • B. 1796
  • C. 1755
  • D. None of the above

74. Hahnemann’s  three earlier publications namely ‘Essay on New Principle for Ascertaining  the Curative Power of  Drugs’, ‘The Medicine of Experience’,  and ‘Spirit of the Homoeopathic Doctrine of Medicine’ are considered to be precursor   to the first edition of Organon

  • A. False
  • B. True

75. Concept of vital force and dynamisation were added by Hahnemann in third and  Sixth editions respectively

  • A. True
  • B. False 

76. What did Hahnemann exactly write  about the physician’s high and only  mission is to

  • A. Restore the sick to original health
  • B. To cure as it is termed
  • C. Annihilate disease in its entire extents
  • D. Restore sick to health, to cure, as it is   termed
  • E. To restore sick to health

77. Aphorisms dealing with Case-taking in the sixth edition of Organon of Medicines  are

  • A.83-104
  • B.  1-70
  • C. 105-145
  • D. 264-272
  • E.None of them 

78. Mental diseases are

  • A. One sided diseases
  • B. Chronic diseases
  • C. Have Psora at the base
  • D. All of them are characteristics of them
  • E. None of them
  • F. Some of them 

79. Aphorism 72 to 104 in the sixth edition of  Organon deal with

  • A. Investigation of the disease
  • B. Acquiring knowledge of drugs
  • C. Mode of employment of drugs to the  Diseases
  • D.None of the above 

80. Following have violent palpitation;  anxiety, with congestion of blood to head and chest after exertion; pulse small, feeble, rapid, irregular, visible beating of carotid and temporal arteries

  • A. Belladonna
  • B. Glonoine
  • C. Aurum met
  • D. Some of them
  • E. All of them
  • F. None of them

81. Child is sulky, does not wish to speak  or be spoken to is characteristic of  following-

  • A. Antimonium crudum
  • B.Silicea
  • C.Iodum
  • D.All of them
  • E.Some of them
  • F.None of them 

82. Following remedies are indicated when the vis medicatrix naturae is too weak to develop exanthemata

  • A. Sulphur
  • B.Cuperum
  • C.Tuberculinum
  • D. Zincum metallicum
  • E. All of them
  • F. None of them

83. Constipation where stools are like round, black balls is characteristic of

  • A. Veratrum album
  • B.Chelidonium
  • C.Opium
  • D. Plumbum
  • E.All of them
  • F.None of them

84. Rapid and pronounced emaciation is seen in following:

  • A. Tuberculinum
  • B. Natrum mur
  • C. Iodum
  • D. Calcarea
  • E Some of them
  • F. All of them

85. Stool recedes after being partly expelled  is characteristic of

  • A. Thuja
  • B. Sanicula
  • C. Silicea
  • D. All of them
  • E. Some of them

86.  Vertigo on closing the eyes is characteristic of

  • A. Lachesis
  • B. Thuja
  • C. Theridion
  • D. None of them
  • E. All of them

87. Mapped tongue is characteristic of

  • A. Merc  sol
  • B. Natrum mur
  • C. Lachesis
  • D.Taraxacum
  • E. All of them
  • F.None of them

88. Pains that begin with twilight and end with day light are characteristic of

  • A. Syphilinum
  • B. Phytolacca
  • C. Merc sol
  • D. Some of them
  • E. All of them

89. Child has a sour odor despite careful washing is characteristic of

  • A. Sulphuric acid
  • B. Mag Carb
  • C. Heper Sulph
  • D. Rheum
  • E. All of them
  • F. Some of them

90. Diarrhoea driving out of bed early in the morning is characteristic of

  • A. Sulphur
  • B. Psorinum
  • C. Aloes
  • D. Some of them
  • E. All of them

91. Styes on eyelids one after another leaving hard nodosities in their wake is characteristic of

  • A. Thuja
  • B. Colnium
  • C. Staphysdagaria
  • D. All of them
  • E. None of them

92. Following are indicated in rheumatic Heart condition

  • A. Kali Carb
  • B. Naja
  • C. Ledum
  • D. Spigelia
  • E. True
  • F. False

93. Sepia and Lycopodium patients could be  Very miserly and greedy

  • A. True
  • B. False

94. Secale corundum is a Nosode, its common  name is spurred rye or ergot and has a  haemorrhagic diathesis

  • A. All the above are true
  • B.  Some are true
  • C. None of above is correct

95. Psorinum is a Nosode, it is Antipsoric and all its excretions – stools, menses, leucorrhoea, perspiration have carrion like odor and is a chilly remedy

  • A.  All above are true
  • B.  Some of the above are true
  • C.  None of the above statements are  true.

96. Magnesia carbonica is carbonate of  Magnesium, its chemical formula is  (MgCO3)4 Mg(OH)2+5H2O and  like Ammonium Mur, and Kreosotum has  menstrual flow only at night or when   lying it ceases when walking just reverse  of Lilium Tigrinum

  • A. Some of the above are facts
  • B. None is a fact
  • C. Everything stated above is true

97. Slightest injury causes suppuration in

  • A. Merc sol
  • B. Graphites
  • C. Heper Sulph
  • D. In all of them
  • E. Some of them
  • F. None of them

98. Headache as if a nail was driven out through the side, relieved by lying on the side is characteristic of

  • A. Ignatia
  • B. Coffea
  • C. Nux vomica
  • D. Thuja
  • E. All of the
  • F. None of them

99. Aethusa  cynapium is known as Fool’s parsley, belongs to umbelliferae family  and  has great intolerance of milk in any form and is a good remedy in convulsions

  • A.  All above statements are true
  • B. Some of the statements are true
  • C. None of the statement is true

100. Laughing excites cough and produce profuse mucus in larynx in

  • A. Drosera
  • B. Phosphorus
  • C. Stannum
  • D. Argentum Metallicum
  • E. All of them
  • F. Some of them
  • G. None of them

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