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Date posted: October 26, 2011

Time Allowed: 120 minutes     150 Questions    Maximum Marks: 600

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1. A 45 year old lady presented with severe anxiety episodes since two years.   She would panic and feel suffocated on being in closed space, like a crowded bus.   She is a very superstitious person, and is troubled by the dreams of snakes she has been seeing lately  . The remedy is

  • A) Hepar sulph  B) Lac caninum
  • C) Iodum             D) Argentum Nit

2. Match remedies in List-I with those in List-II according to Inimical relationship and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists

      List-I                           List II

(Symptoms)              (Medicines)

  • A. Belladonna      1. Ranunculus bulb.
  • B. Ignatia              2. Acetic acid.
  • C. Selenium          3. Cinchona.
  • D. Staphysagria   4. Tabacum

(a) A B C D
3  2  4 1

(b) A B C D
2  3  4 1

(c) A B C D
1  2 4  3

(d) A B C D
2  4  3 1

3. A patient with fever was complaining of body ache, headache, joint pains and severe weakness since 2 days.    He has been feeling very chilly and lies covered always.    His thirst is increased, but he says he can’t drink as water tastes very bitter.   The remedy is

  • A) Ars alb                             B) Nux vom
  • C) Eupetrium perf             D) Gelsemium

4. Remedy for  enuresis after catheterisation.

  • A) Nux-v              B) Mag phos
  • C) Staphysagria D)Causticum

5. “Sensation of coldness about the heart”.   The remedy is

  • A) Cactus            B) Digitalis
  • C) Petroleum     D) Sarsaparilla

6. “Thirsty and hungry yet as soon as they begin to eat or drink they lose all desire” is found in

  • A)Petroselinum                           B) Petroselinum & Calc carb
  • C) Lycopodiym & Calc carb    D) None of the above

7. Remedy which is a cross between Bry & Rhus-t in pleurisy

  • A) Ran-b              B) Kali-c
  • C) Oxalic acid    D) Senega

8. The burning feet of Sulphur and restless fidgety feet of Zinc are both found at the same time in

  • A) Medorrhinum                       B) Lachesis
  • C) Kali brom                                D) Agaricus

9. “Abstraction of mind” – Remedies are

  • A) Cicuta                                      B) Cicuta & Nux moschata
  • C) Cicuta & Cuprum met        D) Cicuta & Anacardium

10. Chilly patients, with coryza > open air may require

  • A) Nux vom only                           B) Nux vom & Cyclamen
  •  C) Nux vom & Hepar Sulph      D) Nux vom, Hepar sulph & Cyclamen

11. According to Dr. Kent, which among the following is indicated when Rhus tox has failed in rheumatic pains ?

  • A) Phytolacca                     B) Tuberculinum
  • C) Medorrhinum              D) Calc phos

12. Match common names of remedies List-I with their families in List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists

         List-I                           List II
(Symptoms)              (Medicines)

  • A. Parsley                      1. Polygonaceae
  • B. Yellow dock             2. Gentianacea
  • C. Buck bean                3. Umbelliferae.
  • D. Anemone                 4. Ranunculaceae

(a) A B C D
3  2  4 1

(b) A B C D
2  3  1 4

(c) A B C D
2  1 4  3

(d) A B C D
3  1  2 4

13.Which among the following authors have written the book “Lectures on Materia Medica”?

  • A) E Neatby                         B) Richard Hughes
  • C) EA Farrington               D) C Dunham

14. Which remedy according to Boericke is useful after removal of cancer when in the healing process skin is drawn tightly over the wound ?

  • A) Malandrinum               B) Kali phos
  • C) Thiosinaminum            D) Calendula

15. Which among the following symptoms are characteristic of Ignatia ?

  • Cannot bear tobacco
  • Oversensitive to pain
  • Complains return precisely at the same hour
  • Rectal pains > stool

A) 1, 2, 3               B) 1 & 3
C) 1 only               D) 1, 3, 4

16. Which of the following symptoms are not covered by Mercurius ?

  • i) Aversion sweets
  • ii) Hurried and rapid talking
  • iii)Impulse to kill persons who contradict him
  • iv)Cough in three paroxysms

     A) 1only          B) 1 &3
C) 1 & 4             D) 4 only

17. Which of the following are characteristic of Causticum

  • i) Desire salt
  • ii) Slow learning to walk
  • iii)Left sided sciatica
  • iv)Must move constantly but motion does not relieve

 A) 1, 2, 3              B) 2, 3, 4
C) 2 & 4      D) 1, 2, 3, 4

18. Total no. of drugs in Hahnemann’s “Fragmenta de viribus…”, is

  • A) 25      B) 67
  • C) 27      D) 63

19. The notation ☞ ( “pointing finger”) in Hering’s “Guiding Symptoms” signify

  • A) Approved characteristic          B) Toxicological symptom
  • C) Cross reference                             D) Observations only on sick persons

20. Match symptoms in List-I with Remedies in List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists

         List-I                                                                                List II
(Symptoms)                                                                  (Medicines)

  • A. Dyspnoea < warm room                                            1. Ammonium carb
  • B. Anxiety < closing eyes                                             2. Mag mur.
  • C. Cough loose after eating, dry after drinking     3. Nux moschata
  • D. Burning soles at night                                              4. Chamomilla

(a) A B C D
4  3 2  1

(b) A B C D
2  3  1 4

(c) A B C D
3  4 1  2

(d) A B C D
1  2  3 4

21. Tarentula hispanica was proved by

  • A) Nunez             B) Rubini
  • C) Burnett           D) Drysdale

22. Which remedy is prepared from microorganism of glanders or farcy, a zoonotic disease of horses ?

  • A) Malandrinum               B) Hippozaeninum
  • C) Hippomanes                 D) Lac vaccininum

23. Remedy also known as Coqueluchin

  • A) Morbilinum                  B) Castoreum
  • C) Cholestrinum               D) Pertussin

24. Incompatible remedy after Digitalis

  • A) Cinchona                        B) Kreosote
  • C) Carbo vegetabilis        D) Apocynum

25. An acid with elective affinity for the blood

  • A) Acetic acid                     B) Nitric acid
  • C) Sulphuric acid               D) Muriatic acid

26. According to Boericke, a remedy for “pain of death; soothes last struggles”

  • A) Euphorbium   B)Tarentula cubensis
  • C)Anthracinum   D)Ars alb

27. A Child with asthma has 2 – 3episodes of breathlessness occurring in the same night.   The episodes occurred mostly after midnight, and on a few days had severe episodes around 3 am.   The child is frightened easily, and asthmatic attacks follow such instances.   The parents said that the child was fat earlier, but was now losing weight.

  • A) Thuja               B) Kali carb
  • C) Opium             D) Sambucus

28. Which among these remedies have ravenous hunger before fever ?

  • A)Cina & Chamomilla      B) Cina & Antim crud
  • C) Cina & Sulphur              D) Cina & Staphysagria

29. Match the food desires, aversions and modalities in List-I with Remedies in List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists

        List-I                                   List II
(Symptoms)                      (Medicines)

  • A. Desire pepper               1.  Theridion
  • B. Desire bananas             2.   Lac caninum
  • C. Aversion bananas         3.  Phosphorus
  • D. Aversion oysters  >      4.  Elaps

(a) A B C D
3  1 4 2

(b) A B C D
2  3  4 1

(c) A B C D
2  1 4  3

(d) A B C D
4  3  2 1

30. According to Swan, this remedy is “almost a specific for gall stone colic; relieves the distress at once”

  • A) Cardus mar                   B) Ceanothus
  • C) Chionanthus                D) Cholesterinum

31. “Any drug which in its natural state affects the vital energy but little will develop a proving only in high potency”.  This statement is applicable to

  • A) Lycopodium                  B) Lobelia
  • C) Mercury                           D) Gold

32. Appearance of new symptoms after administration of a remedy is an indication for selection of

  • A)  Antidote       B) Complementary
  • C) Repetition    D) None

33. According to HA Roberts susceptibility can be compared to

  • A) Vaccum          B) Miasm
  • C) Immunity      D) None

34. In Homoeopathy Law of palliation is the law of

  • A) Similia              B) Contraria
  • C) Supression     D) Isopathy

35. Which one is a deflected current

  • A) Pathological condition   B) Psychic trauma
  • C) Key Note prescription   D) All the above.

36. Genius of Homoeopathy is

  • A) Individualization   B) Drug proving.
  • C) Sick                               D) Miasm

37. Recovery is brought about by

  • A) Medicine                            B) Law of similia
  • C) Vitality of the patient   D)Antipathy

38. ‘Key note symptom’ is first proposed by

  • A) Henry. N. Guernsey       B) Lippe
  • C) P.P. Wells                            D) Herring.

39. Posology is related with

  • A) Potency          B) Dose
  • C) Both                 D) None

40. Criteria for selection of potency is

  • A) Seat of disease            B) Duration of action of drug
  • C) Sensations                    D) Totality.

41. According to Hughes side affinity comes under ………… similarity

  • A) Generic                 B) Specific
  • C) Individualistic   D) Pathological

42. Simple substance is the concept of

  • A) Kent        B) Dunham
  • C) Hughes     D) Ghatak

43. According to Dr. Kent psora is related to

  • A) Itch                                   B) Deficiency
  • C) Spiritual sickness         D)  Health

44. Homoeopathicity is

  • A) Pathology of disease                                               B) Potentisation
  • C) Relationship between drug and patient           D) Individualisation

45. Symptoms of special senses are ……….. symptoms

  • A) General      B) Particular
  • C) Common   D) Basic

46. Homoeopathic aggravation is due to

  • A) Vital force       B) Primary action
  • C) Dose of drug   D) Potency

47. Ideal palliation requires in which observation of Kent

  • A) 6th        B) 7th
  • C) 10th      D) 12th

48. Who wrote the introduction to Boericke’s translation of 6th edition of organon

  • A) James Krauss                B) Richard Hughes
  • C) H. A. Roberts                D) Dudgeon

49. Not a part of mixture prescription

  • A) Basis                                 B) Adjuvants
  • C) Counter irritant           D) Corrigens.

50. In frost bitten limbs application of frozen sour crout is an example for

  • A) Antipathy              B) Isopathy
  • C)  Homoeopathy     D) Tautopathy

51. Misson in the first aphorism is originated from the word Beruf of which language

  • A) Latin        B) German
  • C) French    D) Spanish

52. Curative power of medicine depends upon

  • A) Similarity and artificial disease    B)Similarity and superior strength
  • C) Totality and secondary action      D)Dose and potency

53.  Which aphorism in organon is related with prevention of scarlet fever with Belladona

  • A) 33      B)  44
  • C) 31      D) 149

54. Which aphorism in 6th edition is related with Nenner’s cowpox vaccination

  • A) 46        B) 44
  • C)47        D) 147

55. Certainly only one straight line can be drawn betwixt two given points.  This is about

  • A) Homoeopathic mode of cure        B) Ideal dose
  • C) Isopathy                                                 D)Homoeopathic aggravation

56. Foxglove for rapid pulse is an example for

  • A) Cure              B) Antipathy
  • C) Isopathy     D) None

57. Role of vital force during primary action

  • A) Passive      B) Active
  • C)Both             D) None.

58. Diseases are classified as acute and chronic in Homoeopathy based on

  • A) Duration    B)Nature
  • C)Infection    D) None

 59. Lesser accessory symptoms are mentioned in aphorism

  • A) 95         B)  86
  • C) 96          D) 101

60.  Albertch Von Haller says about human proving in

  • A) British Homoeopathic Journal     B)Preface to pharmacopoeia of Helvet
  • C) Friend of Health                                  D)None

61. Medicine to be proved has to be taken

  • A) At Night                                         B) Empty stomach
  • C) Each dose after taking food   D) Morning and night

62.  In foot note to aph 153 Hahnemann hails

  • A) Boenninghausen and Dudgeon    B)Boenninghausen and Jahr
  • C) NJahr and Dunham                           D) None

63. Homoeopathic aggravation will appear at …………. time in 50 milliseminal scale

  • A)  Immediately after       B) 6  days after
  • C) At the end of cure         D) No aggravation

64.  Alternating diseases are

  • A) Chronic disease      B) Psoric disease
  • C) Both                             D) None

 65. Animal magnetism is

  • A) Mesmerism         B) Magnet
  • C) Vital force            D) None

66.  Jubilee of Hahnemanns doctorate was celebrated in the year

  • A) 1829     B) 1833
  • C) 1835     D) 1826.

67. Example of Recurring miasm

  • A) Cholera            B) Chicken pox
  • C) Small pox        D) Cow pox

68. Aude sapere is related to

  • A) Horace       B) Organon  1st edition
  • C)  Both            D) Galen

69.  Stapf is related to

  • A) Lesser writings         B) Archives
  • C) Chronic disease        D) All

70. Fried of Health is the work of

  • A)  Herring    B) Boenninghausen
  • C) Hahnemann      D) M. L. Tyler

71. The number of rubrics in Hearing chapter in Kent’s Repertory

  • A) 3       B)4
  •  C)5       D)6

72.The word Repertory originated from

  • A)German            B)Latin
  • C)Greek                 D)French

73.The repertory of antipsorics was published in the year

  • A) 1835     B)1836
  • C)1832     D)1833

74.The  author of Repertory of intermittent fevers

  • A)W.A Allen        B)H.C Allen
  • C)T.F Allen          D)T.H Allen

75.The word ‘Ubi’ according to boenninghausen

  • A)Disease it’s nature &  peculiarity     B)Time
  • C)seat of disease                                          D)Cause of the disease

76.Magnum opus in card Repertory

  • A) Jugal kishore     B)Field
  • C)Margaret tyler    D)Marcoz geminis

77.”Concomitant symptom is to the totality what the conditions of aggravation & amelioration are to the single symptom”Quoted by

  • A) HA Robert      B)Boenninghausen
  • C)Hahnemann    D)Boger

78.Largest chapter in Kent’s Repertory

  • A)Mind                  B)Extremities
  • C)Generalities    D)Abdomen

79.Doctrine of analogy was introduced by

  • A)Herring              B)Boenninghausen
  • C)Hahnemann      D)Boger

80.Synthesis repertory belongs to

  • A) Puritan group         B)Logical utilitarian group
  • C)Clinical repertory   D)Regional Repertory

81.First card repertory

  • A)WJgurnsey    B)Field
  • C)ML taylor       D)Marcoz jeminis

82.Author of Clinical repertory appended to Boericke’s materia medica

  • A)Oscar e boericke    B)William boericke
  • C)Garth e boericke    D)HA Roberts

83.Acute case taking is dealt in aphorism

  • A) 94-98   B)98-102
  • C)91-93    D)103-106

84.Without case records you are at sea without compass or rudder Quoted by

  • A)ML Tyler          B)JT Kent
  • C)HA Roberts     D)CM Boger

85.It is impossible to practice homoeopathy without the aid of repertory and the best repertory is the fullest.

  • A) JT Kent           B)JH Clarke
  • C)HA Roberts    D)Pierrie schimdt

86.Author of Repertory of homoeopathic materia medica

  • A)JT Kent      B)CM Boger
  • C)JH Clarke    D)ML Tyler

87.First person to grade the remedies

  • A)Bonninghausen     B)Kent
  • C)Boger                         D)Jhar

88.Frequent stool is found in which chapter of Kent’s Repertory

  • A)Rectum              B)Stool
  • C)Abdomen          D)Anus

89.Meaning of the word Rubric

  • A)Heading               B)Arrangement
  • C)Abbreviation     D)Index

90.STME arrangement in Kent’s Repertory was laid down by

  • A)JT Kent                             B)Lee
  • C)Julia Minerva Green   D)Clara louis kent

91.Steiss in Bonninghausen’s repertory means

  • A)Hip             B)Sacrum
  • C)Coccyx      D)Vertebra

92.Rubric liability to fall in Kent’s Repertory is found in

  • A)Generalities        B)Extremities
  • C)Mind                      D)Vertigo

93.Hahnemann published a Latin Repertory in the year

  • A)1817          B)1805
  • C)1818           D)1806

94.Fever after exposure to rain in Kent’s Repertory is found in

  • A)Fever          B)Perspiration
  • C)Chill             D)Generalities

95.Heat without fever in Kent’s Repertory

  • A)Fever               B)Chill
  • C)Generalities    D)Skin

96.Preface to Repertory of antipsorics was written by

  • A)Boninghausen     B)HARoberts
  • C)Hahnemann          D)Knerr

97. Word Determinative symptom was first used by

  • A )Hahnemann      B)Boericke
  • C) Stuart clause    D) Boger

98.Awkwardness in Boger’s repertory

  • A) Sensation and complaints    B)Mind
  • C) Generalities                                D) Aggravation & Amel

99.Eye teeth in TPB means

  • A) Incisor teeth      B)Milk teeth
  • C) Canine teeth        D)Molar teeth

100. Inclination to sit in Kent’s Repertory

  • A) Extremities           B)Generalities
  • C) Mind                         D)Vertigo

101. ‘T’ wave of E.C.G. indicates

  • A) Atrial depolarization               B) Atrial repolarisation
  • C) Ventricular depolarization   D)Ventricular repolarisation

102. The GFR of average sized normal man is

  • A) 125 ml / min         B) 180 ml / min
  • C) 125 liters / day    D)180 ml / day

103. ‘O’ blood group has

  • A) No antigen in serum     B) Both antigen in serum
  • C) No antibody in serum   D)No antigen in RBC

104. All the hormones are from adrenal cortex except

  • A) Aldosterone    B) Cortisol
  • C) Adrenaline      D)Testosterone

105. The receptor for touch is

  • A) Meissner’s corpuscle   B) Merkel’s disc
  • C) Pacinian corpuscle       D)Krause’s end organ

106. All the factors shift the ODC to right except

  • A) Increase Ph                       B) Decrease Ph
  • C) Increase temperature   D) Decrease temperature

107. Complete oxidation of 1 molecule of glucose under aerobic condition is

  • A) 2 ATPs     B) 8 ATPs
  • C) 12 ATPs   D)38 ATPs

108. The plasma lipid that transport cholesterol from liver to heart is

  • A) VLDL    B) LDL
  • C) HDL       D) Chylomicrons

109. Deficiency of Tyrosinase enzyme cause

  • A) Albinism                      B) Alkaptoneuria
  • C) Phenyl Ketonuria    D)Hartnup disease

110. The only immunoglobin that can cross placenta is

  • A) IgG    B) IgM
  • C) IgA     D) IgE

111. Normal pH of plasma is

  • A) 7.34   B) 7.40
  • C) 7.42   D) 7.44

112. Potassium concentration in serum is

  • A) 3.5 – 5 mmol / L    B) 136 – 145 mmol / L
  • C) 3.5 – 5 mg / L          D) 136 – 145 mg / L

113. Musician’s Nerve is

  • A) Axillary nerve   B) Median nerve
  • C) Radial nerve        D) Ulnar nerve

114. All the arteries are branches of Internal carotid except

  • A) Ophthalmic                B) Basillar
  • C) Anterior cerebral    D)Middle cerebral

115. Viability of sperm is

  • A) 1 day    B) 2 days
  • C) 3 days   D) 4 days

116. All are carpel bones except

  • A) Talus              B) Trapezium
  • C) Trapezoid    D) Triquetrial

117. Length of Inguinal canal is

  • A) 3 cm    B) 4 cm
  • C) 5 cm    D) 6 cm

118. Largest cranial nerve is

  • A) Trigeminal       B) Vagus
  • C) Trochelar         D)Facial

119. Clinical feature of minimal change Glomerulonephritis are all except

  • A) Hypertension   B) Fever
  • C) Haematuria       D) Selective proteinuria

120. Hairy cell Leukaemia is due to proliferation of

  • A) Myeloid cells   B) B cells
  • C)T cells                  D)Macrophages

121. Bence – jones proteins consist of

  • A) Light chain               B)Heavy chain
  • C)Immunoglobulins   D)Light & Haevy chain

122. ‘Russell bodies’ are found in

  • A) Plasma cell tumour   B) Gonadal tumour
  • C) Parkinsonism               D) Ovarian tumour

123. Kaposi’s sarcoma arises from

  • A) Skin     B) Fibrous tissue
  • C) Veins   D)Capillaries & Connective tissue

124. The diagnostic test for AIDS is

  • A) ELISA                                   B) CFT
  • C) Immuno fluorescence   D) Western blot

125. Borrelia causes

  • A) Q fever                    B) Relapsing fever
  • C) Undulant fever    D) Atypical pneumonia

126. Herpes zoster is caused by

  • A) Herpes simplex type-I   B) Herpes simplex type-II
  • C) Epstein-Barr virus            D)Varicella

127. Weil-felix reaction is positive in

  • A) Epidemic typhus  B) Rocky-mountain spotted fever
  • C) Q-fever                     D) Trench fever

128. Food poisoning is due to

  • A) Clostridium perfringens    B) Vibrio cholera
  • C) Staph. Opidermidis              D) Salmonella paratyphi

129. Most reliable chemical test for detecting blood stain

  • A) Benzidine test   B) Teichmann’s test
  • C) Takayama test   D) Precipitin test

130. A Sea snake is

  • A) Neurotoxic       B) Haemotoxic
  • C) Musculotoxic   D)All the above

131. Presence of sperm in semen is detected by

  • A) Florence test                     B) Barberio’s test
  • C) Acid Phosphatase test   D) LDH test

132. Rigor mortis starts in

  • A) Heart    B) Intestine
  • C) Neck      D) Extremities

133. Identical twins may not have

  • A) Same DNA finger print   B) Same blood group
  • C) Same finger print              D) Same HLA system

134. Tactile hallucination are seen with

  • A) Cocaine dependence                   B) LSD addiction
  • C) Organ phosphorus poisoning  D) Dermatitis artefacta

135. Maize is deficient in

  • A) Tryptophan   B) Threonine
  • C)  Methionine   D)Leucine

136. Man is an intermediate host for

  • A) Dracunculosis                        B) Ankylostomiasis
  • C) African trypanosomiasis   D) Malaria

137. DDT acts as a

  • A) Contact poison   B) Surface poison
  • C) Repellant               D) Stomach poison

138. ‘Pearl Index’ measures

  • A) Water pollution                B) Air pollution
  • C) Contraceptive failure     D)Feacal pollution

139. The incubation period of Measles is

  • A)21 days           B) 7 days
  • C) 14-21 days   D)10-14 days

140. Spastic paraplegia is caused by

  • A) Strychnine    B)  Sanguinarias
  • C) Lathyrus        D) Organophosphorus compounds

141. The disease giving lifelong immunity after an attack

  • A) Diphthria    B) Mumps
  • C) Typhoid      D) Tetanus

142. Pulses alternans is diagnostic of

  • A) LVF                              B) RVF
  • C) Bronchial asthma   D) AR

143. Eisenmengers syndrome does not occur in

  • A) ASD    B) PDA
  • C) TOF    D) VSD

144. Pernicious Anaemia is due to

  • A) Total or Partial gastrectomy
  • B) Auto immune disorder
  • C) Mal absorption state
  • D) Dietary deficiency

145. Auer rods are present in the cytoplasm of

  • A) Lymphoblast
  • B) Ree Sternberg cells
  • C) Myeloblast
  • D) Erythrocytes

146. Hyponatremia & Hyperkalemia are the features of

  • A) Addison’s disease
  • B) NConn’s syndrome
  • C) Cushing’s syndrome
  • D) Pheochromocytoma

147. Pepper pot appearance of skull is an X-ray feature of

  • A) Hypo parathyroidism
  • B) Hyper parathyroidism
  • C) Acromegaly
  • D) Dwarfism

148. Mallory weiss syndrome is due to

  • A) Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
  • B) Mal absoption state
  • C) Occlusion of Heaptic veins
  • D) Oesophgial laceration

149. Serum Alkaline phosphatase is greatly elevated in

  • A) Hepatocellar jaundice
  • B) Obstructive jaundice
  • C) Haemolytic jaundice
  • D) Gilberts syndrome

150. Bull neck in diphtheria is due to

  • A) Cellulites
  • B) Lymphadenopahty
  • C) Retro pharyngeal abcess
  • D) Laryngeal odema

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