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Date posted: November 15, 2011

MD (Homeopathy) Degree Examinations June 2006
Part.1 Common to all branches
Paper.11 Man in Health
(ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY, BIOPHYSICS, AND PSYCHOLOGY)
Time : 3 hrs   Marks 100

Section A
1. Write the surface markings of abdominal organs with its clinical importance  (20)
2. Write about CSF circulation and its clinical importance      (15)
3. Write short notes on                                                   (15)

  • a. Vertebral artery and its clinical importance
  • b. 7th cranial nerve and its clinical importance
  • c. Cyanosis

Section B
4. Write about anxiety neurosis and its Homoeopathic approach            (20)
5. Write about the psychological factors affecting physical conditions    (15)

6. Write short notes on                                              (15)

  • a. Adler and his approach towards psychology
  • b. Emotional blocks
  • c.  Learning disorders and then” management 


MARCH/APRIL 2005

Section A
1. What is lipid profile and its importance in relation with homoeopathic approach. (20 marks)
2. Describe thalassaemias. (15 marks)
3. Write short notes on (15 marks)

  •  (a) Bradycardia
  •  (b) Phrenic nerve and its clinical importance
  •  (c) Babinski sign its clinical importance

Section B
4. Memory stages and processes. (20 marks)
5. Investigating behaviour( 15 marks)
6. Write short notes on (15 marks)

  •  (a) Adolescent crisis
  •  (b) Freudian slip
  •  (c) Arosal level

June 2006

Section A

1. Surface markings of liver and its clinical importance.  (20 marks)
2. Clinical importance of cranial nerves.                               (15 marks)
3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Clinical importance of aqueous humour.
  • (b) Pernicious anaemia.
  • (c) Cystinuria.                                                                        (3 x 5 = 15 marks)

Section B

4. Aversion therapy.                                                    (15 marks)
5. Write about the psychological factors effecting of physical conditions. (20 marks)
6. Write short notes on:

  • (a) James lange theory
  • (b) Emotional blocks.
  • (c) Repressive forgetting.                            (3 x 5 = 15 marks)

June 2006

Section A

1 Describe briefly the clinical conditions caused by Carcinoma of the Pancreas.      15
2. Describe the renal circulation with its clinical significance.         15

3. Write short notes on:

  • a) Cretinism.
  • b) Caisson’s disease.
  • c) Micturi6on reflex.
  • d) Goiter.                  (4×5=20 Marks)

SECTION – B

4. Define perception. What are the factors affecting perception?   15
5. Briefly describe the components of the process of memory and its influencing    15

6. Write short notes on:

  • 1) IQ
  • 2) Learning.
  • 3) Attention.
  • 4) Id.                        (4×5=20 Marks)

August 2008

SECTION – A

I. Present  trend of Biochemistry and its utility in homoeopathy. (20 marks)

2. Water soluble Vitamins and their deficiency disorders. (15 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • a. Atelectasis
  • b. TCA cycle
  • c. Glucagons           (15 marks)

SECTION – B

4. Clinical psychology     (20 marks)

5. Affective disorders    (15 marks)

6. Write short notes on:

  • a. Episodic memory
  • b. Compulsion
  • c.  Machoism.     (15 marks) 

Feb 2010

1. Meningitis was ruled out in a patient who was suffering from high fever and severe headache. It was ruled out by doing Lumbar Puncture. What would be the composition of CSF to rule out meningitis ?   (20 marks)

2. Explain the parts of Normal Human eye.                   (15 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Vertebral arteries. 21
  • (b) UMN.
  • (c) Cholesterol.   (5 x 3 = 15 marks)

Section B

4.  Define Psychology and different branches of Psychology.         (20 marks)

5. Define Perceptual Illusion and mention different types of perceptual illusions.   (15 marks)

6. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Pavlov and conditioning.
  • (b) Gestalt.
  •  (c) Motivation.  (5 x 3 = 15 marks)

Calicut University  M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination, November 2011
(Part — I) (As per amended Regulations, 2001)
(Common to all Branches)
Paper – I : MAN IN HEALTH

Time : 3 Hours              Max. Marks : 100

1. Discuss in brief the blood supply to the Heart and its clinical significance. 15 .

2. What are the general investigations to be done in a case of Fever ? 15

3. Explain briefly the following :

  • a) Functions of Cerebrospinal fluid
  • b) Glycemic index
  • c) Significance of essential fatty acids
  • d) Sources of Vitamin A. 20

4. Explain the composition and functions of Gastric secretions. 20

5. What are the factors modifying  behaviour ‘? Explain the methods of studying behaviour.   15

6. Give an account of Freudian concept of Psychoanalysis, with its merits and demerits. 15

 

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