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Date posted: February 28, 2012

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2009
CASE TAKING, REPERTORIES AND REPERTORISATION-I 

Duration:  3 Hours                 Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.   Discuss the sequential steps of chronic case taking and also the difficulties faced by physician while taking a chronic case. 20 

2.  Describe the value of symptomatology in prescribing Homoeopathic remedy.      20

3.   Classify repertories in detail.  Describe their utility in different types of cases.      20

4.   Describe Boger-Boenninghausen repertory in relation to philosophy , construction advantages and disadvantages.    20

5.   Short notes:           (4×5=20)

      a)  Concordances.

      b)  Knowledge of diseases.

      c)  Advantages and disadvantages ofKent’s Repertory.

      d)  Use of Pathak’s repertory.

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

CASE TAKING, REPERTORIES AND REPERTORISATION-I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

 Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

 2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

 3) All questions are compulsory

 4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

 5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

1.  Define Repertorization.  Write in detail about different method of Repertorization. 20

2. Write about different works on Kent’s Repertory.  Explain in detail philosophical background of Kent Repertory and write a note on modification of Rubric according to Kent.                                                                                                              20

3.   How will you take a case in following condition?  Explain with examples       20

      a)  Acute diseases

      b)  Chronic diseases with acute exacerbation

      c)   Hypochondriac patient.

4.   Write in detail about philosophical background, construction, scope and limitation of “A concise Repertory of Homoeopathic Medicines” by Dr. S. R. Pathak         20

5.   Short notes:    (4×5=20)

      a)  Artistic prescription.

      b)  Potential Difference Field (PDF)

      c)  Origin of Word Repertory.

     d)  Maze of symptom.

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory) Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

APPLIED AND CLINICAL REPERTORY AND PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY AND OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY-II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100 

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.  Write concept of totality according to Dr. Boger and write sources of Boenninghausen’s characteristics repertory.  Discuss fever totality according to Boenninghausen’s characteristic and repertory by Boger   20 

2. Write in details “Boericke’s Repertory.    20

3. What is chronic diseases?  Classify chronic disease.  What are difficulties faced while taking a chronic case.    20

4. Write in detail comparative points of CARA software with that of RADAR.      20

5. Short notes:      (4×5=20)

      a)  Field card repertory.

      b)  Sources of synthetic repertory.

      c)  Limited generalization.

     d)  Synthesis of Rubric.

Courtesy : Dr Arpana S Pareek

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