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Date posted: March 26, 2012

Prepared by Dr Kannan BHMS MD)Hom)

1. Boeninghausen’s original therapeutic pocket book contain remedies

  • (a) 342   (b) 362   (c) 126   (d) 220

2. In TPB Disordered stomach can be found on

  • (a) Abdomen internal      (b) Flatulence    (c) Stool  (d) Aggravation

3. Direction of symptoms can be taken as

  • (a) locations    (b) sensation   (c) modality   (d) concomitant.

4.  Suppression of eruptions will be found in TPB

  • (a) skin   (b) Aggravation    (c) Both  (d) None

5. Organic changes can be taken as

  • (a) Location       (b) Sensations      (c) Modality    (d) concomitant

6. Complaints from persuation can be found in TPB

  • (a) Mind      (b) intellect    (c) sensation   (d) aggravation

7.  Exciting factor can be taken as

  • (a) Sensation   (b) Modality    (c) Concomitant   (d) None

8.  Suppression of sweat can be found in TPB

  • (a) Sweat    (b) Sensations      (c) Aggravation    (d) None

9.  Kentis against which concept of Boenninghausen

  • (a) Analogy      (b) Concomitant     (c) Evaluation     (d) concordance

10. Complaints when chewing can be found in TPB

  • (a) Mouth     (b) Teeth          (c) Sensations      (d) Aggravation

11.  …………….. to the totality is what the modality is to the single symptom.

  • (a) Mental General    (b) Physical General           (c) Concomitant      (d) Sensation.

12. Injuries can be found in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) Skin  (c) Aggravation    (d) None

13. Evaluations of remedies first introduced by

  • (a)Kent  (b) C.M. Buger      (c) Jahr  (d) Boennighausen

14.  Onanism can be found in TPB

  • (a) Sexual organs    (b) Aggravation    (c) Sensations      (d) None

15.  In TPB Vertigo can be found in

  • (a) Head internal (b) Head external      (c) Sensorium       (d) intellect

16.  In TPB hiccough in

  • (a) Eructation        (b) Aggravation    (c) both  (d) None

17.  In TPB paralysis of optic nerve

  • (a) Eye      (b) Vision        (c) Both  (d) None

18. Retching in TPB

  • (a) Aggravation    (b) nausea    (c) Both  (d) None

19.  In TPB,  exophthalmus can be found in

  • (a) Eyes       (b) Vision          (c) Sensation      (d) face

20. In TPB sexual excess can be found in

  • (a) Aggravation    (b) Sexual organ  (c) both  (d) None

21. In TPB Derives aversions can be found in

  • (a) Mouth      (b) tongue    (c) Taste    (d) Hunger & Thirst

22. In TPB sunburn can be found in

  • (a) Skin  (b) Aggravation    (c) Sensation   (d) None

23. In TPB Derive for open air can be found in

  • (a) Mind   (b) intellect    (c) Sensations      (d) Modality

24. In TPB complaints during vertigo can be found in

  • (a) Intellect     (b) Aggravation    (c) Sensation and complaints (d) None

25. In TPB, Hair of head falls out in

  • (a) External head (b) internal head  (c) Aggravation    (d) Skin

26. In TPB seriousness in

  • (a) Mind (b) intellect       (c) sensation      (d) Aggravation

27. In TPB Activity can be found in

  • (a) Mind   (b) intellect    (c) Aggravation    (d) sensation

28. In TPB Ecstasy can  be found in

  • (a) Aggravation        (b) sensation     (c) intellect    (d) Mind

29. In TPB Stupefaction can be found in

  • (a) Mind    (b) intellect            (c) sensation    (d) None

30. In TPB Squinting can be found in

  • (a) Eyes         (b) Vision         (c) Sensation   (d) Aggravation

31.  In TPB Staring can be found in

  • (a) Vision     (b) Eyes (c) Face (d) None

32. In TPB Muscae volitans can be found in

  • a) Vision         (b) Eyes (c) Sensation       (d) Aggravation

33. In TPB comodones can be found in

  • (a) Skin  (b) Face (c) External head (d) Aggravation

34. Personality & individuality is denoted by

  • (a) quid  (b) quis  (c) ubi   (d) quando

35. Cause of disease

  • (a) Quibus auxellus   (b) quomodo       (c) quando      (d) cur

36. Kentappreciate of which of about TPB

  • (a) Philosophic background    (b) construction  (c) concordance chapter    (d) Method of repertorisation

37.  Sides of the body added to the TPB by

  • (a) T.F.Allen    (b) H.A.Robert  (c) Annie C.Willson   (d) C.M. Boger

38.  T.P.B. was translated by all except

  • (a) J.H.Allen    (b) H.A. Robert     (c) Hempel     (d) Okie

39.  Modalities are not confined to the particular symptom but that like the red thread in the cordage of the British Navy, they apply to all the symptoms of the case.  This denotes

  • (a) Doctrine of concomitance       (b) Doctrine of analogy   (c) Complete symptom   (d) Concordance

40.   “Warp of the fabric” denote all except

  • (a) Leading, prominent, clearly recognizable, attract the attending physician (b) Having clear pathological foundation
  • (c) Indicate seat & nature of the morbid process (d) Giving individuality for prescribing

41. Pioneering work in regional repertory

  • (a) Bell’s diarrhoea    (b) Allen’s fever    (c) Berridge’s eye   (d) Minton’s uterus

42.  InBell’s diarrhoea repertory proper in

  • (a) 1st part     (b) 2nd part    (c) only one part which contain repertory   (d) None

43. In Berridge’s eye evaluation for

  • (a) remedies     (b) rubrics      (c) both   (d) None

44. No. of medicines in Knerr’s Repertory

  • (a) 408                   (b) 405                   (c) 508     (d) 504

45. Knerr gives important to which in his repertory of Herring’s guiding symptoms of our Material Medica

  • (a) Toxicological symptoms                              (b) symptoms obtained in sick
  • (c) Verified symptoms                                         (d) Observation from old school

46.  Which repertory is constructed on the plan of crudence concordant bible

  • (a) Hempel’s repertory                       (b) Knerr’s repertory
  • (c) Kunzli’s repertory                           (d) Repertory by William Gentry

47. How many grading in Knerr’s repertory

  • (a) 5                        (b) 4                        (c) 3                        (d) 2

48. How many grading in Gantry’s concordance

  • (a) 5                        (b) 4                        (c) 3                        (d) 2

49. In Gentry’s concordance female sexual symptoms are deal with in which volume

  • (a) 1                        (b) 2                        (c) 3                        (d) 4

50.  Gentry’s concordance compiled in how many volumes

  • (a) 6                        (b) 5                        (c) 4                        (d) 3

51.   Boger gives most importance to

  • (a) Causative modality       (b) time modality  (c) Pathological general   (d) Physical generals

52. Preface of the “Repertory of Antipsoric medicine” was written by

  • (a) Boenninghausen           (b) Hahnemann   (c) H.A. Robert    (d) Ruckert

53.  An attempt of showing relative kinship of Homoeopathic medicine was written in

  • (a) 1832 (b) 1833 (c) 1835 (d) 1836

54. “The therapeutics of fever” written by

  • (a) T.F. Allen     (b) H.C. Allen        (c) J.H. Allen          (d)W.C. Allen

55.  Teeth loose and falling out can be found in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) teeth (c) Aggravation    (d) None

56. “Breath Hot” in TPB

  • (a) Respiration     (b) Air passages  (c) Mouth    (d) None

57. ‘Hernia’ in TPB

  • (a) Internal abdomen          (b) External abdomen         (c) Abdominal rings      (d) Sexual organs

58. ‘MonsVeneries’ in TPB

  • (a) External abdomen         (b) Internal abdomen          (c) Sexual organ     (d) None

59.  ‘Inguinal gland’ in TPB

  • (a) Internal abdomen          (b) External abdomen         (c) Sexual organ   (d) Inguinal & Public region

60. ‘Glycosuria’ in TPB

  • (a) Aggravation    (b) Urine       (c) Sensations      (d) Complaints

61.  ‘Dysuria’ in TPB

  • (a) Urine                (b) Urinary organs      (c) Micturition    (d) Sensations

62. Boennighausen named ‘steiss’ for

  • (a) Sacrum            (b) Scapula           (c) Coccyx             (d) Smoll of back

63. “Symptoms of one side” in TPB

  • (a) Aggravation    (b) Sensations      (c) Ameliorations (d) None

64.“Chlorosis” in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) Circulation      (c) Aggravation    (d) None

65. “Cracking of joints” in TPB

  • (a) Upper extremities          (b) Lower extremities          (c) both    (d) None

66. “Tendency to take cold” in TPB

  • (a) Nose       (b) Respiration     (c) Sensations      (d) Aggravation

67. ‘Nervous excitement’ in TPB

  • (a) Mind (b) Sensations      (c) Aggravations  (d) None

68.  ‘Gout like pain’ in TPB

  • (a) Upper and lower extremities       (b) Bones     (c) Sensations    (d) Aggravation

69. ‘Hysteria’ in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) Mind (c) Intellect    (d) Aggravations

70.  ‘Aversion to being looked at’ in TPB

  • (a) Mind     (b) Intellect    (c) Aggravations  (b) Sensations

71.  ‘Weakness of joints’ in TPB

  • (a) Upper extremities          (b) Lower extremities         (c) Both   (d) None

72.  ‘Dread of washing’ in TPB

  • (a) mind        (b) intellect            (c) sensations       (d) Aggravations

73. Hair falls out from eye brows in TPB

  • (a) External head (b) Face (c) Skin  (d) Aggravation

74. Wounds bleed freely with injuries of bone in TPB

  • (a) Bone      (b) Skin  (c) Aggravation    (d) Sensations

75. Wounds bleed freely with injuries of glands in TPB

  • (a) Glands             (b) Skin  (c) Sensations      (d) Aggravation

76. In oldest edition 1st chapter was

  • (a) Mind & Sensorium         (b) Mind & Intellect       (c) Mind & Disposition

77. ‘Lying on left aggravation’ in TPB

  • (a) Sleep   (b) Aggravation    (c) Sensation     (d) None

78. Putting out the tongue’ aggravation in TPB

  • (a) Mouth        (b) Tongue            (c) Aggravation    (d) Sensation

79. Symptoms during sweat in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) Aggravation    (c) Fever       (d) None

80.  Symptoms after sweat in TPB

  • (a) Sensations      (b) Aggravation    (c) Fever       (d) None

81.  Yawning after in TPB

  • (a) Sleep               (b) Aggravation    (c) Mouth      (d) Ameliorations

82. Lying with head lower aggravation

  • (a) External head (b) Internal head  (c) Sleep      (d) Aggravations

83.  “Boennighausen’s characteristics and repertory” was published posthumously on

  • (a) 1900 (b) 1905 (c) 1904 (d) 1937

84. In evaluation Boger gives most importance to

  • (a) Pathological generals  (b) Clinical rubrics      (c) Causative modality     (d) Mental symptoms

85. In BBCR the concordance sections consist of remedies

  • (a) 141   (b) 140   (c) 125   (d) 126

86. In BBCR the characteristics sections consist of remedies

  • (a) 140   (b) 141   (c) 126   (d) 125

87.  While compiling BBCR, Boger followed the basic plan and construction of Boennighausen’s

  • (a) Repertory of antipsoric medicines       (b) TPB  (c) Repertory of not antipsoric medicines  (d) Relative kinship of remedies

88. In BBCR which chapter is most enriched with concomitants

  • (a) Mind                 (b) Fever               (c) Head                (d) Respirations

89. In BBCR the rubric ‘puts things into mouth’ will be found in

  • (a) Mouth               (b) Mind    (c) sensations and complaints    (d) Aggravations and Ameliorations

90.  In BBCR ……….will be found in

  • (a) Aggravations and Ameliorations      (b) Sensations and complaints
  • (c) Urine                (d) Urinary Organs

91. In BBCR ‘Uric acid diathesis’ in

  • (a) Aggravations and Ameliorations       (b) Sensations and complaints        (c) Urine           (d) Urinary Organs

92. In BBCR ‘Senility’ in

  • (a) Sensations and complaints         (b) Aggravations and Ameliorations
  • (c) Genetalia                        (d) Sexual impulse

93. In BBCR ‘Hydrophobic’ in

  • (a) Sensations and complaints   (b) Mind (c) Both (d) None

94. ‘Phlegmatic’ in BBCR

  • (a) Mind (b) Sensations & complaints       (c) Both (d) None

95. In BBCR “Phlegmatic” in

  • (a) Chest               (b) Abdomen             (c) Hypochondria        (d) Epigastrium

96. In BBCR “loss of prostatic fluid during stool”

  • (a) Prostatic gland               (b) Stool (c) Sexual impulse     (d) Genetalia

97. In BBCR “Gester Heart” in

  • (a) Glands             (b) Neck & external throat  (c) Heart & Region of    (d) None

98. In BBCR “Anxious feeling” in

  • (a) Mind (b) Sensorium      (c) Sensation & complaint     (d) Aggravation & Amelioration

99. “Wants to be carried” in BBCR

  • (a) Mind (b) Aggravation & Amelioration        (c) Both  (d) None

100.  “Becomes heated easily” in BBCR

  • (a) Aggravation & Amelioration        (b) Sensation & complaint   (c) Both      (d) None

101. “Infants affections of” in BBCR

  • (a) Sensation & Complaints        (b) Aggravation & Amelioration     (c) Both  (d) None

102. In RBCR “Slowly learn to walk”

  • (a) Mind    (b) Lower extremities          (c) Sensation & complaints      (d) Aggravation & Amelioration

103. Children learn to walk with difficulty

  • (a) Mind (b) lower extremities           (c) Aggravation & Amelioration      (d) Sensations & complaint

104.  “Intolerant music” in BBCR

  • (a) Mind (b) Aggravation & Amelioration        (c) Sensation& Complaints     (d) Hearing

105.  According to Boger which one is given the last place in the order of hierarchy

  • (a) Modality       (b) Sensation      (c) Concomitant   (d) Location

106.  In BBCR “Catalepsy”

  • (a) Mind   (b) Sensation & Complaints     (c) Extremities     (d) Aggravations & Ameliorations

107. In BBCR no. of rubrics in mind

  • (a) 536   (b) 336   (c) 366   (d) 566

108.  In Synthetic repertory Uremia will be obtained in

  • (a) Vol. I (b) Vol. II        (c) Vol. III       (d) None

109.  In synthetic repertory ‘Delirium tremens’

  • (a) Vol. I (b) Vol. II        (c) Vol. III    (d) None

110.  “Schizophrenia” will be obtained in

  • (a) Synthesis     (b) Synthetic      (c) Murphy’s repertory        (d) All

111.   In Synthetic Repertory “Placenta previa”

  • (a) Vol. I (b) Vol. II      (c) Vol. III      (d) None

112.  1st card repertory was prepared by

  • (a) Field    (b)Guernsey      (c) Boger               (d) Jugal Kishore

113.  First, who introduced the evaluation of drugs in card

  • (a) Marcore Jaminez           (b) Margret Tylor  (c) Field     (d) Boger

114.  Dr. P.Sankaran’s Card repertory based on

  • (a) Boennighausen             (b) Boger               (c)Kent  (d) All

115.  Concise Repertory by S.R.Pathak is

  • (a) Puritan Repertory          (b) Logico utilitarian Repertory
  • (c) Alphabetic Repertory    (d) None

116.  Side effects of chemotherapy will be obtained in

  • (a) Synthetic Repertory      (b) Synthesis    (c) Murphy’s repertory   (d) Kenzli’s Repertory

117. In the “Synoptic key” of Boger which part contain repertory

  • (a) 1st part              (b) 2nd part            (c) 3rd part             (d) None

118.  Which versions of “RADAR” first available in printed form

  • (a) 7        (b) 5        (c) 6        (d) 8.1

119. Clinical Repertory was written by

  • (a) William Boericke           (b) Garth Borik     (c) Oscar E Borick               (d) None

120.  Clinical repertory by J.H. Clerk published in

  • (a) 1904 (b) 1908 (c) 1927 (d) 1900

121. Berridge’s eye published in the year

  • (a) 1863 (b) 1873 (c) 1876 (d) 1900

122. ‘The therapeutics of fever’ by H.C.Allen was published in

  • (a) 1869 (b) 1879 (c) 1896 (d) 1883

123. Boger has close anociation and incorporated his views about pathological general with

  • (a) Dr. L.D. Dhawale     (b) Garth Boricke    (c) H.A.Robert     (d) William Boericke

124.  The Drug proved by Boger

  • (a) Viola tricolar   (b) Viola Odorata (c) Samarskite    (d) Verbascum

125.   Posthumous edition of BBCR was published by

  • (a) Boerick & Taffel                             (b) Roy & Company
  • (c) Jain Publications                           (d) None

I. After converting the symptoms of Mr.XYZ using kent’s repertory. The rubric a has 6, b has 26, c has 6 and d has 27 drugs. a is Mental General , b & d are Physical General and c is particular. What should be the hierarchy of rubrics when repertorising: 

1) Using total addition method: A) adcb B) dbac C)adbc D) dbca

2) Using elimination method: B) adcb B) dbac C) adbc D) dbca

3) What will happen to the final result if the wrong hierarchy is used in total addition method:

A) Result will not be altered B) will get wrong result C) only polycrest will come in the result D) very few drugs will come up in the result.

4. ‘Repertory of Hemorrhoids’ was written by:
(A) Gentry.      (B) Kent.
(C) Guernsey. (D) Hering.

5. Rubric “Addisions disease’ in Kent’s Repertory is placed under:
(A) Bladder.   (B) Kidney.
(C) Ureter.     (D) Generalities.

6. ‘Headache and diarrhea alternates’ is an example of:
(A) Common symptom.     (B) Pathological symptom.
(C) Associated symptom.  (D) Alternating symptom,

7. 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.

8. Analytical Repertory of Hering was published in :
(A) 1881. (B) 1825.
(C) 1790. (D) 1921.

9. Who has published Repertory of Anti Psoric ?
(A) Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. (B) Dr. J.T. Kent.
(C) Dr. Constantine Hering.   (D) Dr. Boenninghausen.

10. Who is the editor of synthesis repertory ?
(A) Dr. Fredrick Schroyens.  (B) Dr. George Vithoulkas.
(C) Dr. Roger Von Zandvort. (D) Dr. Julian Winston.

11. Who is the editor of complete repertory ?
(A) Dr. Fredrick Schroyens.  (B) Dr. George Vithoulkas.
(C) Dr. Roger Von Zandvort. (D) Dr. Julian Winston.

12. Subjective symptoms are the symptoms, which are noted by:
(A) Patient.                  (B) Friends of patient.
(C) Relatives of patient. (D) Physician.

13. 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.

14. Most difficult task in a case is recording is to obtain :
(A) Common symptoms.   (B) Mental symptoms.
(C) Physical symptoms,    (D) Individualizing characteristic symptoms.

15. 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.

16. 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

17. 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. Kheer.

18. 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.

19. The one affect or modify a symptom is called :
(A) Aggravation.             (B) Amelioration.
(C) Causa occasionalis. (D) Modality.

20. Totality of symptom was introduced in Aphorism:
(A) Aphorism 2.   (B) Aphorism 5.
(C) Aphorism 7.   (D) Aphorism 20.

21. First rubric in Kent’s repertory is
(A) Abandoned    (B) abactor
(C) Abandon       (D) Abandons

22. Last rubric in Mind Chapter of Kent’s Repertory:

  • (A) Yielding disposition
  • (B) Writing, mistakes in
  • (C) Wrong, everything seems
  • (D) Zealous

23. During the construction of his repertory, Kent also referred:

  • (A) Minton’s Diseases of Women
  • (B) Biegler’s Diary
  • (C) Jahr’s Repertory
  • (D) All of the above

24. In Kent’s repertory which chapter will you find ‘feels head is separated from body’

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Head
  • (C) Generalities
  • (D) External throat.

25. A Patient aged 40 is coming with an anxious look, where will you look for this subjective symptom?

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Generalities
  • (C) Face
  • (D) All the above.

26. A child aged 5 is brought to you; it looks old from the first look itself. Where will you look for this subjective symptom?

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Generalities
  • (C) Face
  • (D) All the above.

27. Where will you find the symptom ‘feels better while constipated’?

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Generalities
  • (C) Rectum
  • (D) Stool.

Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book.

28. Vertigo is in chapter:

  • (A) Sensations
  • (B) External Head
  • (C) Mind- Intellect
  • (D) Aggravations

29. Hemorrhoids is in chapter:

  • (A) Rectum
  • (B) Stool
  • (C) Aggravation
  • (D) Circulation

30. In BBCR where will you find ‘Confused’?

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Sensorium
  • (C) Agg. & Amel.
  • (D) Head internal

31. In BBCR where will you find ‘Confusion’?

  • (A) Mind
  • (B) Sensorium
  • (C) Agg. & Amel.
  • (D) Head internal

32. The word ‘Determinative symptom’ was used by

  • (A) Hahnemann              (B) Jahr
  • (C) Boenninghausen      (D) Boericke

33. Match the repertory with its author

Author              Repertory

  • i)T.F.Allen         a)Repertory of Fever
  • ii)H.C.Allen        b)Repertory of Intermittent Fever
  • iii)W.A.Allen      c)Symptom Register

(A) i&a, ii&b, iii&c

(B) i&b, ii&c, iii&a

(C) i&c, ii&a, iii&b

(D) i&c, ii&b, iii&a

34. In1931 Dr.Boger published:

  • (A) Card Repertory
  • (B) Synoptic Key
  • (C) BBCR
  • (D) Times of Remedies and Moon Phases.

35. Clinical Repertory has been written by:

  • (A) Clarke, Boericke & Sheed.
  • (B) Clarke, Boericke & Kent.
  • (C)Clarke,Kent& Sheed.
  • (D) Kent, Boericke & Sheed.

REGIONAL REPERTORIES

  1. Repertory of eyes           Berridge
  2. Desires and aversions    Guernsey
  3. Repertory of modalities                Worcester
  4. Repertory of hemorrhoids           Guernsey
  5. Repertory of respiratory organs    Lutze
  6. Repertory of neuralgias                Lutze
  7. Repertory of intermittent fevers   W.A.Allen
  8. Repertory of fevers        H.C.Allen
  9. Repertory of foot sweat               O.M.Drake
  10. Repertory of sensations, as if     Holcomb
  11. Repertory of cough and expectoration  Lee and Clarke
  12. Repertory of digestive system   Arkel and McMichell
  13. Repertory of rheumatism            Perkins
  14. Repertory of rheumatism            Pulford
  15. Repertory theraputics of respiratory system       Van Denbug
  16. Repertory of eczema     C.F.Mills Paugh
  17. Repertory of headaches               Knerr
  18. Repertory of appendicitis             Yingling
  19. Repertory of labor           Yingling
  20. Repertory of urinary organs        A.R.Morgan
  21. Clinical repertory              Clarke
  22. Repertory of uterine theraputics   Minton
  23. Repertory of the head   Neirdhard
  24. Times of remedies          Boger
  25. Repertory by     P.F.Curie
  26. Repertory part of Raue’s pathology    Raue
  27. Repertory by     Boericke
  28. Repertory by     Sarkar
  29. Repertory of respiratory organs    Nash
  30. Repertory of mastitis   W.J.Guernsey
  31. Repertory of throat    W.J.Guernsey
  32. Clinical repertory –   Sheed
  33. Repertory of diarrhoea Bell

Comments

8 Responses so far.

  1. Dr Amit Agrawal says:

    GOOD COLLECTION. THANK YOU.

  2. Dr neha sinha says:

    thanks for all valuable information

  3. Dr neha sinha says:

    thanks for all valuable information.self assessment is good collection

  4. Dr Deepak Najkani says:

    its good collection ! bt I need the answers also…

  5. Dr. Nidhi Pandya says:

    Where to get the answers.

    Good for self assessment.

  6. Dr raj bala says:

    thank you so much sir for the these number of questions, but please publish answers also

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