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Date posted: November 5, 2011

Question Paper of   Kerala Public Service Commission Lecturer in Repertory Exam 2004
Maximum : 100 marks       Time : 1 hour and 15 minutes
B series

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1. Pain as if bones were all torn to pieces is the particular of:

  • (A) Cimicimga.   (B) Colocynthis,
  • (C) Ipecac.        (D) Mag. Phos.

2. Nit. acid is complementary to:

  • (A) Arsenic.   (B) Caladium.
  • (C) Both. -     (D) None of the above.

3. “Pains are drawing, tearing, erratic rapidly shifting from one part to another’ is in

  • (A) Kali bich.     (B) Lac. can.
  • (C) Pulsatilla.    (D) All of the above.

4. ‘Kali bich’ is antidotes to:

  • (A) Arsenic alb.    (B) Lachesis.
  • (C) Pulsatilla.      (D) All of the above.

5. ‘Acridity and putridity’ of all the discharges from mucus membrane is the keynote symptom of:

  • (A) Kreosotum.    (B) Lachesis.
  • (C) Nit. Arid.         (D) All of the above.

6. Perspiration, smelling like honey is the characteristic of:

  • (A) Calcareacarb. (B) Thuja.
  • (C) Both.             (D) None of the above.

7. First edition of Organon of medicine was published in

  • (A) 1805. . .    (B) 1810.
  • (C) 1817.        (D) 1828.

8. Dr. Samuel Hahnemann has given idea about case taking in the Aphorism No :

  • (A) Aphorism 1-70.       (B) Aphorism 71-82.
  • (C) Aphorism 83-104.    (D) Aphorism 105-145.

9. Number of aphorism in fifth edition of Organon is :

  • (A) 320.     (B) 294.
  • (C) 291.     (D) 318.

10. Who gave the idea of complete symptom ?

  • (A) Dr. S. Hahnemann.    (B) Dr. Boenninghausen.
  • (C) Dr. J.T.Kent.             (D) Dr. Stuart Close.

11. General symptoms are those symptoms :

  • (A) Which refer to the person as a whole.    (B) Which are uncommon in nature.
  • (C) Which are common in nature.               (D) All of the above.

12. Concomitant symptoms:

  • (A) Have no value for disease diagnosis    (B) Very important for individualizing the patient.
  • (C) Important for homoeopathic therapeutic diagnosis.   (D) All of the above.

13. What is ‘Causa occasionalis’ ?

  • (A) Exciting cause     (B) Maintaining cause.
  • (C) Both.                   (D) None of the above.

14. What is the main object of Homoeopathic case taking ?

  • (A) Diagnosis     (B) Individualization.
  • (C) Prognosis.    (D) All of the above.

15. What is the prognosis of third observation of Kent ?

  • (A) Good.            (B) Bad.
  • (C) Very Good.    (D) Very Bad.

16. ‘A full time amelioration of the symptoms, yet no special relief to the patient  is of Kent.

  • (A) Fifth,       (B) Sixth.
  • (C) Seventh.  (D) Ninth

17. The action of the medicine upon prover is the ————— observation of Kent:

  • (A) Tenth.        (B) Ninth. 
  • (C) Seventh.    (D) Sixth.

18. ‘Lecture on Homoeopathic philosophy’ by Dr. J.T. Kent was published in the year :

  • (A) 1870.     (B) 1897.
  • (C) 1900.     (D) 1921.

19. In which year Dr. Hahnemann wrote the book on ‘Medicine of Experience’ ?

  • (A) 1803.   (B) 1805
  • (C) 1810. . (D) 1819.

20. ‘An essay on a new principle for ascertaining the curative powers of Drugs’ was written in the year :

  • (A) 1790. (B) 1796.
  • (C) 1803. (D) 1810.

21. Author of the Repertory of Hering’s Guiding symptoms of our Materia Medica is :

  • (A) Calvin B Knerr.     (B) Clara B Knerr.
  • (C) Clavan B Knerr.    (D) Carol B Knerr.

22. A case history contains :

  • (A) Superscription  . (B) Inscription.
  • (C) Subscription.     (D) All of the above.

23. The following symptoms are observed on patients, but not on prover :

  • (A) Pathological.    (B) Toxicological.
  • (C) Clinical.           (D) None of the above.

24. Jahr published the Repertory in the year :

  • (A) 1805.    (B) 1835.
  • (C) 1833.     (D) 1840.

25. Gentry’s Repertory of Concordance was published in the year

  • (A) 1886.    (B) 1890.
  • (C) 1782.     (D) 1990.

26. Gentry’s Repertory of Concordance consists of volumes.

  • (A) Two.   (B) Five.
  • (C) Six.    (D) Eight.

27. ‘Repertory of Hemorrhoids’ was written by:

  • (A) Gentry.      (B) Kent.
  • (C) Guernsey. (D) Hering.

28. Repertory of ‘Fevers’ was published by:

  • (A) T.F. Alien.    (B) H.C. Alien.
  • (C) WA. Alien   . (D) Milton.

29. ‘C.M. Boger’s Synoptic Key with Repertory’ was published in the year:

  • (A) 1931.    (B) 1936.
  • (C) 1898.  (D) 1930.

30. In ‘Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book’ the gradation of medicines is :

  • (A) Four.     (B) Five.
  • (C) Three. . (D) Six.

31. In Kent’s Repertory ‘Urticaria’ is in chapter :

  • (A) Skin.            (B) Generalities.
  • (C) Extremities. (D) All of the above.

32. In Kent’s Repertory “Bubo’ is in chapter:

  • (A) Stomach.   (B) Abdomen.
  • (C) Skin.         (D) Genitalia, male.

33. In Kent’s Repertory ‘Lousiness’ belongs to chapter:

  • (A) Head.    (B) Generalities.
  • (C) Skin.    (D) None of the above.

34. In Kent’s Repertory ‘Empyema’ is in chapter:

  • (A) Abdomen.   (B) Stomach.
  • (C) Chest.        (D) Extremities.

35. In Kent’s Repertory for “Urine Sugar’ look in chapter:

  • (A) Generalities.   (B) Kidney.
  • (C) Urine.            (D) Bladder.

36. Rubric “Addisions disease’ in Kent’s Repertory is placed under:

  • (A) Bladder.   (B) Kidney.
  • (C) Ureter.     (D) Generalities.

37. In Kent’s method of repertorisation more importance is given to:

  • (A) Physical generals.    (B) Mental generals.
  • (C) Concomitance.         (D) Modalities.

38. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory rubric ‘Ecstasy’ is under:

  • (A) Abdomen. (B) Hunger and thirst.
  • (C) Intellect.    (D) Sensorium.

39. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory rubric ‘Impaired’ is under :

  • (A) Intellect. (B) Complaints.
  • (C) Head.     (D) Internal head.

40. Rubric ‘Cyanosis’ in Boenninghausen’s Repertory is under :

  • (A) Skin.            (B) Generalities.
  • (C) Sensations. (D) Complaints.

41. The word ‘Homoeopathy’ is derived from :

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

42. The word Organon is a derivation from:

  • (A) Latin.    (B) Greek.
  • (C) German. (D) None of the above.

43. ‘Novum Organum’ was written by :

  • (A) Hahnemann.               (B) Huges.
  • (C) Lord Francis Bacon.  (D) None of the above.

44. ‘Aude Sapere’ has originated from :

  • (A) Greek   . (B) German.
  • (C) Latin.     (D) None of the above.

45. What is the common name of Apocynum ?

  • (A) Honey bee.    (B) Indian hemp.
  • (C) Indian turnip. (D) None of the above.

46. Great pain throat, burning as if from coal of fire or a red-hot iron with dryness is in :

  • (A) Nit add.      (B) Lachesis.
  • (C) Phytolaca. (D) Belladonna.

47. ‘Chelidonium majus’ belongs to the family of:

  • (A) Cucurbitaceae.    (B) Liliaceae.
  • (C) Loganiaceae.    (D) Papaveraceae.

48. ‘Worm Seed* is the common name of:

  • (A) Chamomflla.    (B) Cina
  • (C) Cinchona.      (D) Drosera.

49. ‘Vertigo on seeing the flowing water’ is the characteristic of:

  • (A) Therridion.     (B) Coniummac.
  • (C) Ferrummet.    (D) All of the above.

50. Nose Bleeding when washing the face is marked feature of:

  • (A) Hamamelis.    (B) Belladonna.
  • (C) Phosphorus.   (D) Ammonium carb.

51. Vertigo when ascending is the marked feature of:

  • (A) Belladonna.  (B) Bryonia.
  • (C) Ars.alb.        (D) Cal. carb.

52. Toothache ameliorated by holding cold water in the mouth is marked in :

  • (A) Coffea.    (B) Belladonna.
  • (C) Aconite.  (D) None of the above.

53. Palpitation from least exertion is the marked feature of:

  • (A) Nat.mur.    (B) Lycopodium.
  • (C) Arg. nit.     (D) lodum.

54. Constipation even soft stool requires great straining is the marked feature of:

  • (A) Alumina. (B) Bryonia.
  • (C) Sulphur. (D) Nat.mur.

55. Leucorrhoea like white of egg especially after every urination is marked feature of:

  • (A) Ammonium mur.     (B) Sepia.
  • (C) Alumina.                (D) Kreosote

56. Irresistible desire to talk in Rhymes is the marked feature of:

  • (A) Thuja.            (B) Stramonium.
  • (C) Lachesis      . (D) Antimcrudum.

57. Hardness of hearing, relieved by riding in a carriage or train :

  • (A) Pulsatilla.      (B) Nat acid.
  • (C) Thuja.           (D) Capsicum.

58. Corns on soles of feet, which are very sensitive and painful:

  • (A) Ranunculus bulbosum        . (B) Sulphur.
  • (C) Thuja.                                  (D) Nat.mur.

59. Rashes on the body before menses is in :

  • (A) Colocynthis.   (B) Bryonia.
  • (C) Aconite.         (D) Dulcamara.

60. Mental symptom “feels that life is constant burden for him” is in :

  • (A) Ver.alb.         (B) Thuja.
  • (C) Aurummet.    (D) Sulphur.

61. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory ‘Dislocations’ is in chapter :

  • (A) Extremities.           ( B) Joints.
  • (C) Complaints.            (D) Sensations.

62. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory ‘Emaciation’ is in chapter:

  • (A) Generalities.     (B) Face.
  • (C) Sensations.      (D) None of the above.

63. For ‘Whooping cough’ refer Kent’s Repertory under chapter :

  • (A) Generalities.     (B) Expectoration.
  • (C) Chest.             (D) Cough.

64. Rubric “Lochia’ in Kent’s Repertory in:

  • (A) Uterus.           (B) Genitalia female.
  • (C) Generalities.   (D) Menstruation.

65. ‘Reeling’ in Kent’s Repertory is placed under:

  • (A) Head.       (B) Mind.
  • (C) Vertigo   . (D) None of the above.

66. ‘Astigmatism’ in Kent’s Repertory belongs to chapter:

  • (A) Vision.          (B) Eye.
  • (C) Generalities. (D) None of the above.

67. ‘Suppression of urine’ in Kent’s Repertory is placed under:

  • (A) Bladder.      (B) Ureter.
  • (C) Urethra.      (D) Kidney.

68. ‘Headache and diarrhea alternates’ is an example of:

  • (A) Common symptom.     (B) Pathological symptom.
  • (C) Associated symptom.  (D) Alternating symptom

69. ‘Rheumatism worse from motion’ is an example of:

  • (A) Uncommon symptom.     (B) Common symptom.
  • (C) Peculiar symptom.         (D) Keynote symptom.

70. Hahnemann attempted to prepare a Repertory known as :

  • (A) Fragmenta viribus.
  • (B) Fragmenta de Viribus Medica Mentorum Positivis.
  • (C) Repertorim Homoeopathrca.
  • (D) None of the above.

71. Author of Sensation as if is :

  • (A) Dr. Hahnemann.  (B) H.A. Roberts.
  • (C) W.A. Alien.         (D) Boenninghausen.

72. Systemic Alphabetical Repertory was published in 1848 by:

  • (A) Robin Murphy.   (B) Lippe.
  • (C) Clopar Muller.      (D) Jahr.

73. T.F. Alien’s Symptom Register was published in the year:

  • (A) 1885.      (B) 1882.
  • (C) 1880.      (D) 1925.

74. Analytical Repertory of Hering was published in :

  • (A) 1881. (B) 1825.
  • (C) 1790. (D) 1921.

75. Repertory of Modalities was published in the year 1880 by :

  • (A) Worcester.    (B) Kent.
  • (C) Lippe.           (D) Boricke.

76. Author of Repertory of Urinary Organs is :

  • (A) A.R. Morgan.      (B) W.C. Alien.
  • (C) Possart.             (D) Lippe.

77. Hydrocele belongs to the chapter in Kent’s Repertory :

  • (A) Generalities.    (B) Abdomen.
  • (C) Skin.              (D) None of the above.

78. In Kent’s Repertory rubric Exopthalmic goiter is placed at:

  • (A) Face.              (B) External throat.
  • (C) Internal throat. (D) Generalities.

79. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory “Haughtiness” is found in the chapter :

  • (A) Mind.           (B) Sensorium.
  • (C) Complaints. (D) Intellect.

80. In Boenninghausen’s Repertory “Photmania” is found in the chapter :

  • (A) Mind.      (B) Eyes.
  • (C) Intellect. (D) Vision.

81. Hahnemann died at the age of:

  • (A) Eighty one.    (B) Eighty five. .
  • (C) Eighty eight.   (D) Ninety seven.

82. Who has published Repertory of Anti Psoric ?

  • (A) Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. (B) Dr. J.T. Kent.
  • (C) Dr. Constantine Hering.   (D) Dr. Boenninghausen.

83. Total number of section in Kent’s repertory:

  • (A) 37.       (B) 07.
  • (C) 38      . (D) None of the above.

84. Total number of sections in Boenninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book”:

  • (A) 37.   (B) 07.
  • (C) 38.    (D) None of the above.

85. Total number of sections in Boger Boenninghausen’s characteristic Materia Medica and Repertory is:

  • (A) 37. . (B) 07.
  • (C) 38.   (D) None of the above.

86. Idea about Hydrogenoid Carbogenoid and Oxygenoid constitution was given by :

  • (A) Dr. Grauvogl.           (B) Dr. Adolph Lippe.
  • (C) Dr. Roger Morrison. (D) Dr. Pierce Smith.

87. Who has worked on the chapter relationship of remedies ?

  • (A) Dr. R.Gibson Miller.    (B) Dr. J.T. Kent.
  • (C) Dr. William Boericke. (D) None of the above.

88. Who is the editor of synthesis repertory ?

  • (A) Dr. Fredrick Schroyens.  (B) Dr. George Vithoulkas.
  • (C) Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. (D) Dr. Julian Winston.

89. The cause of disease action is from:

  • (A) Center to circumference. (B) Circumference of center.
  • (C) Below upwards-                 (D) None of the above.

90. Objective symptoms are the symptoms:

  • (A) Noted by relatives. (B) Noted by friends.
  • (C) Noted by physician. (D) All of the above.

91. Subjective symptoms are the symptoms, which are noted by:

  • (A) Patient.                  (B) Friends of patient.
  • (C) Relatives of patient. (D) Physician.

92. Rare symptoms are the symptoms :

  • (A) Which appear in every prover. (B) Appear on maximum prover.
  • (C) Appear only on few prover.     (D) Appear on fifty percent prover.

93. Most difficult task in a case is recording is to obtain :

  • (A) Common symptoms.   (B) Mental symptoms.
  • (C) Physical symptoms,    (D) Individualizing characteristic symptoms.

94. Object of a Homoeopathic case taking is :

  • (A) to get idea about common symptoms.
  • (B) to get idea about mental symptoms.
  • (C) to get idea about symptoms of body
  • (D) to obtain individual picture of the disease.

95. In which Aphorism, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann has given idea about Homoeopathic specific remedy?

  • (A) Aphorism No. 18     . (B) Aphorism No. 70.
  • (C) Aphorism No.71.       (D) Aphorism No. 147

96. Who amongst the following brought the analogy of complete symptom with location, sensation,concomitant and Modality ?

  • (A) Dr. J.T. Kent     . (B) Dr, Boenninghausen.
  • (C) H.A. Roberts    . (D) Dr. Kneer.

97. Total number of chapters in Knerr Repertory is :

  • (A) 38,      (B) 48.
  • (C) 47.      (D) 37.

98. Outwardly reflected picture of the internal essence of the diseases are :

  • (A) Objective symptoms.   (B) Subjective symptoms.
  • (C) Totality of symptoms.   (D) None of the above.

99. The one affect or modify a symptom is called :

  • (A) Aggravation.             (B) Amelioration.
  • (C) Causa occasionalis. (D) Modality.

100. Totality of symptom was introduced in Aphorism:

  • (A) Aphorism 2. – (B) Aphorism 5.
  • (C) Aphorism 7.   (D) Aphorism 20.

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  1. Diane Benson says:

    Could you provide the answers to the 100 questions?

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