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Date posted: October 26, 2011

Time : 3 hours
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Number of questions : 200

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1.  Never repeat the remedy

  • A) when the patient is improving
  • B) when symptoms follow the Hering’s Law of cure
  • C) when discharge or eruption follows
  • D) all of these.

2 . Second prescription means

  • A) prescription given in the second time
  • B) placebo
  • C) the one after the previous remedy that is acted
  • D) well selected remedy.

3. Selection of antidotal second prescription is based on

  • A) original symptoms               ‘
  • B) disease aggravation
  • C) return of original symptoms
  • D) original symptoms and new symptoms.

4. Sleep is considered as

  • A) rare symptom
  • B) particular symptom
  • C) physical  general symptom
  • D) mental symptom.

5. Body secretions and discharges belonging to

  • A) III grade general
  • B) II grade general
  • C) common symptom
  • D) objective symptom.

6. 50 millesimal potency is included in

  • A) 4th edition of organon
  • B) 6th edition of organon
  • C) 5th edition of organon
  • D) none of these.

7. In tonsillitis, purple colour of throat began on left side. This is symptom of

  • A) Lachesis
  • B) Ruta
  • C) Conium
  • D) Hep. sulph.

8. Atrophic rhinitis is the main symptom in

  • A) Lemna Minor
  • B) Ledum
  • C) Mer, sol.
  • D) Kali carb.

9. Nodular swellings in joints is the symptom of

  • A) Lithium carb
  • B) Bryonia
  • C) Conium
  • D) Allium cepa

10.Diarrhoea of green watery frothy like a frog pond’s scum is the symptom of

  • A) Mag. carb
  • B) Mag. mur
  • C) Arnica
  • D) Aconite.

11. Pain of psoric Miasm is made better by

  • A) cold application
  • B) warmth
  • C) dryness
  • D) none of these.

12. Mental diseases are due to

  • A) sudden fright
  • B) fault of education
  • C) superstition
  • D) all of these.

13. All the structural changes are belonging to

  • A) Sycotic Miasm
  • B) Tubercular Miasm
  • C) Syphilitic Miasm
  • D) All of these.

14. Idiosyncrasy is explained in

  • A)  Aphorism 120
  • B)  Aphorism 117
  • C)  Aphorism 115
  • D)  Aphorism 116.

15. Intermittent fever appears in the form of

  • A)  Sporadic type
  • B)  Endemic type
  • C)  Pernicious type
  • D)  All of these. .

16. Time of administration of the remedy in intermittent fevers is

  • A)  at the commencement of apyrexial period
  • B)  at the stage of apyrexia
  • C)  in the chill stage
  • D)  none of these.

17. Migrane is

  • A)  due to acute miasm
  • A)  due to acute miasm
  • B)  epidemic
  • C)  one-sided disease
  • D)  occupational.

18. Susceptibility is modified by

  • A)  age
  • B)  constitution
  • C)  habit and temperament
  • D)  all of these.

19. Vitamin deficiency diseases are

  • A)  one-sided ‘diseases .
  • B)  acute diseases
  • C)  miasmatic diseases
  • D)  none of these.

20. After the administration of the remedy, if the aggravation is short and violent

  • A)  it is favourable
  • B)  it is palliation
  • C)  it is proving the remedy
  • D)  none of these.

21. Fragmenta de Viribus Medicamentorum Positivis was written in which year ?

  • A)  1845
  • B)  1830
  • C)  1805
  • D)  1800.

22. How many volumes are there in Synthetic Repertory ?

  • A)  Five
  • B)  Seven
  • C)  Two
  • D)  Three.

23. In which year was Kent’s Indian sixth edition published ?

  • A)  1970
  • B)  1961
  • C)  1958
  • D)  1972

24. Impulse on coughing is present in all the following except

  • A)  Hydrocele
  • B)  Inguinal hernia
  • C)  Varicocele
  • D)  Lymph varix.

25.How many chapters are there in Kent’s Repertory ?

  • A)  39
  • B)  27
  • C)  32
  • D)  37

26. Boenninghausen Repertory is arranged under how many sections ?

  • A)  Nine
  • B)  Ten
  • C)  Seven
  • D)  Six.

27. Synthetic Repertory was published by whom ?

  • A)  Kent
  • B)  Dr. Barthel and Dr. Klunker
  • C)  Knerr. C. B.
  • D)  Boericks  O. E.

28. Lachesis in Tonsillitis is indicated by

  • A)  right sidedness
  • B)  shiny glazed appearance
  • C)  dark purple appearance mottled
  • D)  none of these.

29.One sided diseases are

  • A)  diseases with only physical symptom
  • B)  diseases with only mental symptom
  • C)  none of these
  • A)  both (A) & (B)

30. Removal of  local affections by tropical administration leads to

  • A)      suppression
  • B)      persistence of local affection
  • C)      incompleteness. of cure
  • D)      all of these.

31. Milk in the breast instead of menses is the symptom of

  • A)      Silicea
  • B)      Pulsatilla
  • C)      Phytolacca
  • D)      Mercurius sol.

32. Complaints of fluoric acid are better by

  • A)      Warmth
  • B)      open air
  • C)      cold application
  • D)      all of these.

33.  Antidote for snake poisoning characterized by neuralgias with clock like periodicity is

  • A)      Kalmia
  • B)      Spigelia
  • C)      Cedron
  • D)      Natrum mur.

34. The characteristic tongue of Ipecac is

  • A)      clean
  • B)      thickly coated
  • C)      mapped
  • D)      red tipped.

35. Misanthropic wants to fly away from his own family, mistrustful are the symptom of

  • A)      Hepar sulph
  • B)      Lycopodium
  • C)      F1uorlc acid
  • D)      all of these.

36. Remedies for Leucorrhoea at night are

  • A)      Ambra grisea, Causticum
  • B)      Pulsatilla, Natrum carb
  • C)      Natrum mur, Kreosote
  • D)      Hepar sulph, Silicea.

37. The relationship of nitric acid with lachesis is

  • A)      complementary
  • B)      antidote
  • C)      inimical
  • D)      none of these.

38.  Foulness, chilliness and hunger are the key note symptoms of a great anti psoric

  • A)      Sulphur
  • B)      Calcarea carb
  • C)      Phosphorus
  • D)      Psorinum.

39. Calcarea carb is adapted to constitution of

  • A)      Leucophlegmatic
  • B)      Scrofulous
  • C)      Phlegmatic
  • D)      None of these.

40. Surgeon’s friend in anti-doting chloroform is

  • A)      Chamomilla
  • B)      Nux vomica
  • C)      Coffea
  • D)      Phosphorus

41.  Asthma relieved by rocking in a chain is the symptom of

  • A)      Sepia.
  • B)      Hepar sulph
  • A)      Pulsatilla
  • B)      Kali carb.

42. The pain of La.c caninum is confined to

  • A)      right side
  • B)      left side
  • C)      alternating sides from left to right, then from right to left
  • D)      left to right.

43. Pneumonia 3rd stage with foetid expectoration, cold breath, cold sweat with desire to be fanned with threatened paralysis of lungs, are the symptom of

  • A)      Pyrogen
  • B)      Carbo veg
  • C)      Arsenicum album
  • D)      all of these.

44.Gelsemium is indicated in ………………         type of fever.

  • A)      intermittent
  • B)      remittent
  • C)      cerebrospinal
  • D)      all of these.

45. Timorous,anxiety, always anticipating some dreadful event, fears that some will happen to his family are the symptom of

  • A)      Argentum nitricum
  • B)      Aconite
  • C)      Gelsemium
  • D)      Causticum

46. Potatoes and starchy food disagree to

  • A)      calcarea carb
  • B)      colocynth
  • C)      both of these
  • D)      none of these.

47. Hyoscyamus cough is characterised by

  • A)      nervous cough,
  • B)      aggravated by lying down when head touches the pillow
  • C)      caused by elongated uvula all of these.
  • D)      all of these

48. Red tipped nose as if frost bitten is seen in

  • A)      ledum Pal
  • B)      lachesis
  • C)      Agaricus
  • D)      all of these

49. In  Cuprum met convulsion, the aura begins in

  • A)      lower extremities
  • B)      upper extremities
  • C)      abdomen
  • D)      face.

50.The remedy for dreams of falling, nightmare and fright in cardiac affection characterized by slow pulse with irregular beat is

  • A)      Cactus
  • B)      Kalmia
  • C)      Digitalis
  • D)      all of these

51. Uterine hemorrhage before puberty indicate

  • A)      Convallaria
  • B)      Cina
  • C)      Euphrasia
  • D)      Ferrum met.

52. Diarrhoea always forcibly shot  out with gargling in intestines indicate

  • A)      Croton tig.
  • B)      Crategus
  • C)      Conium
  • D)      Convallaria.

53. In incontinence of urine …………… patient feels no desire when lying on sides, passes involuntarily when attempts to lie on back.

  • A)      Sepia
  • B)      Gelsemium
  • C)      Pulsatilla
  • D)      None of these.

54. Toothache aggravation by drawing cold air into mouth or cold drinks, teeth turn black, crumble and decay on edges. Drug is

  • A)      Mercurlus
  • B)      Mezerium
  • C)      Staphysagni
  • D)      None of these.

55. Headache or nuralgia begin lightly, increase gradually to the highest point and then gradually decline seen in

  • A)      Kali bichromicum
  • B)      Pulsatilla
  • C)      Stannum met.
  • D)      None of these.

56. Epilepsy at the time of menses indicates

  • A)      Bufo
  • B)      Bryonia
  • C)      Bell.
  • D)      Borax

57. In cough, spongea follows well after

  • A)      Bryonia
  • B)      Kali bichromicum
  • C)      Aconite
  • D)      All of these.

58. Sensation as if a thread was hanging down the throat, a hysterical tendency is  seen in

  • A)      Sepia
  • B)      Lac coninum
  • C)      Valeriana
  • D)      None of these.

59. A Haemorrhagic remedy with- passive haemorrhage from every outlet of body, with common name Shepherd’s purse. The drug is

  • A)      Sabina
  • B)      Viburnum
  • C)      Thlaspi Barsa
  • D)      None of these.

60.  Angina pectoris, pain radiate from the centre of sternum, acute dilatation caused by shock indicate

  • A)      Tabcum
  • B)      Thyroidinum
  • C)      Valertana
  • D)      Drosera.

61. Umbilical hernia of infants indicates

  • A)      Nux. Vomica
  • B)      Aconite
  • C)      Arnica
  • D)      Bryonia.

62. Pulses paradoxus is seen in

  • A)      Mitral stenosis
  • B)      Atrial fibrillation
  • C)      Aortic  stenosis
  • D)      Asthma.

63. Recurrent gastralgic, stomach pain is temporarily relieved by eating .               .

  • A)      Lemna minor
  • B)      Ruta
  • C)      Rhus tax
  • D)      Graphitis.

64. Albuminuria during pregnancy indicates

  • A)      HeIonias
  • B)      Hepar sulph
  • C)      Aconite
  • D)      Belladonna.

65. Stool hard, round balls like sheep’s dung: the drug is

  • A)      Opium
  • B)      Plumbum
  • A)      Chelidonium
  • B)      All of these.

66. The aggravating factor of Causticum in weather condition is

  • A)      damp wet weather
  • B)      clear, fine weather
  • C)      warm air
  • D)      all of these.

6 7. In Argentum nitricum, the symptoms are aggravated

  • A)      during menses
  • B)      during intermenstrual period
  • C)      before menses
  • D)      after menses.

68. Uterine inertia during labour indicates

  • A)      Causticum
  • B)      Gelsemium
  • C)      Kali carb
  • D)      Bryonia.

69.Puerperal metritis  with inflammation of bladder indicates

  • A)      Convallaria
  • B)      Cantharis
  • C)      Croccus sat
  • D)      Cup. met.

70. Abdominal muscles weak, it seems as if a hernia would take place indicate

  • A)      Nux. Vomica
  • B)      Cocculus
  • C)      Dulcamara
  • D)      Gelsemium.

71. Pre-eclampsia is characterised by all, except

  • A)      raise in blood pressure
  • B)      oedema
  • C)      proteinuria
  • D)      glycosuria.

72. ‘Infertility’ means

  • A)      absolute’ inability to conceive
  • B)      apparent failure to conceive
  • C)      impotency
  • D)      none of these.

73. Monilial infection is due to

  • A)      Candida aibicans
  • B)      Tichomoniasis
  • C)      Oxyuris vermicularis
  • D)      none of these.

74. Menorrhagia with disposition to faint indicates

  • A)      Moschus
  • B)      Bryonia
  • C)      Aconite
  • D)      Allium cepa.

75. Haemorrhoids during pregnancy sensitive to touch indicate

  • A)      Muriatic acid
  • B)      Bryonia
  • C)      Aconite
  • D)      Hep. sulph.

76.Metorrhagia after parturition indicates

  • A)      Nitric acid
  • B)      Cocculus
  • C)      Bryonia
  • D)      Aconite.

77. The least mental excitement causing profuse return of menstrual flow indicate

  • A)      Calc. carb.
  • B)      Capsicum.
  • C)      Hyocyamus
  • D)      Mercurius.

78. Menses flow only at night not in the day time indicate

  • A)      Borax
  • B)      Bovista
  • C)      Bromium
  • D)      Conium.mac

79. Climacteric disturbances following excision of ovaries indicate

  • A)      Oophorinum
  • B)      Kali carb.
  • C)      Nat. Mur.
  • D)      Sepia.

80.Remedy that prevents tendency to abort at 3rd month is

  • A)      Nit. acid
  • B)      Sepia
  • C)      Plumbum met
  • D)      Naja.

81.  Hollow of the knee is painful on ‘motion in arthritis is the symptom of

  • A)      Nat. carb
  • B)      Sepia
  • C)      Cal. Carb
  • D)      Pulsatilla.

82. Asthma  at  4AM and 5 AM. is the symptom of

  • A)      Bryonia
  • B)      Aconite
  • C)      Ars. alb.
  • D)      Nat. sulph

83. Cough often ends in sneezing is the symptom of

  • A)      Conium
  • B)      Bryonia
  • C)      Sepia
  • D)      Senega.

84.  The following remedies are used in renal calculi, except

  • A)      Berberis vul
  • B)      Lycopodium
  • C)      Hydrangia
  • D)      Drosera.

85. Neuritis in lacerated wounds is the symptom of

  • A)      Camphor
  • B)      Calendula
  • C)      Croton tig.
  • D)      Crotalus hor.

86. Contracture of muscles and tendons either ~due to an injury or burn is the symptom of

  • A)      Hep. sulph.
  • B)      Silicea
  • C)      Caulophyllum
  • D)      Causticum.

87. Travelers diarrhoea is caused by all, except

  • A)      Giardia tambile
  • B)      Vibria’cholerae
  • C)      Salmonellae
  • D)      Staphylococci.

 88. Menstrual flow only when moving about is the symptom of

  • A)      Liliurn tig.
  • B)      Sepia
  • C)      Pulsatilla
  • D)      Arnica.

89. In ‘DUB’, bleeding is too early, too profuse; partly fluid and partly clotted with labour like pain indicate

  • A)      Ipecac
  • B)      Sabina
  • C)      Phos
  • D)      Sepia

90. Infertility due to the weakness of reproductive organ or atonicity indicates

  • A)      Sepia
  • B)      Caulophyllum
  • C)      Nux. vom.
  • D)      Kali Bich.

91. Tuberculous lesions are called

  • A)      Koch’s
  • B)      Loeffler’s
  • C)      Pasteur’s
  • D)      Wilde’s.

92. Hydrochloric acid is

  • A)      prismatic crystals
  • B)      pungent, colourless liquid
  • C)      black liquid
  • D)      none of these.

93. Fatal dose of ammonia is

  • A)      10-20g
  • B)      15 – 20g
  • C)      30 g
  • D)      50 g.

94. Examples of diplococci are

  • A)      gonococci
  • B)      meningococci
  • C)      both of these
  • D)      none of these.

95. Professional secrecy of a doctor is

  • A)      obliged- to keep secrets of patient
  • B)      maintain the secrets of their family
  • C)      keeping the secrets of infectious disease
  • D)      none of these.

96. Cerebral malaria is by

  • A)      Plasmodium vivax
  • B)      Plasmodium falciparum
  • C)      Plasmodium sickle
  • D)      Plasmodium malariae.

97.  Oblique fissure of the left lung arises opposite to the level of

  • A)      6th rib
  • B)      right second intercostal space
  • C)      4th thoracic vertebra
  • D)      sternal angle.

98.  The spleen underlies posteiorly between

  • A)      9th to 11th  rib
  • B)      10th to 12th  rib
  • C)      8th to 10th  rib
  • D)      7th to 9th  rib.

99. Citrate is added to conventional Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) in order to

  • A)      correct acidosis
  • B)      increase its shelf life .
  • C)      improve glucose absorption
  • D)      improve sodium chloride absorption.

100. Entamoeba causes

  • A)      amoebic liver abscess
  • B)      typhlitis
  • C)      colitis
  • D)      all of these.

101. Healing is best done by

  • A)      first order intention
  • B)      second order intention
  • C)      tertiary intention
  • D)      all of these.

102. Material suitable for analysis of corrosive poisons is’

  • A)      Blood
  • B)      Urine
  • C)      Material found in the stomach
  • D)      Brain.

103. Employees State Insurance Act was framed in the year of

  • A)      1936
  • B)      1948
  • C)      1923
  • D)      1964.

104. Repair is done by

  • A)      fibrosis
  • B)      scar tissue
  • C)      fibrocytes
  • D)      all of these.

105.Ankylosis in bony healing is due to

  • A)      excess calcification
  • B)      fibroblast deposition
  • C)      weak healing
  • D)      scar formation.

106. Inflammation is a

  • A)      response of vascular tissue
  • B)      destructive phenomenon
  • C)      protective response
  • D)      both, (A) & (C).

107. Administration of  D.P.T. Vaccine is contraindicated in .

  • A)      URI
  • B)      diarrhoea
  • C)      fever
  • D)      none of these.

108. In fatty acid synthesis, which of the following is required ?

  • A)      Niacin
  • B)      Pantothenic acid
  • C)      Biotin
  • D)      All of these.

109. Necrosis is defined as

  • A)    cell death
  • B)    cell degeneration
  • C)    atrophy
  • D)    hypertrophy.

110. Infarction is a type of

  • A)      Inflammation
  • B)      cell death
  • C)      gangrene
  • D)      narcolepsy.

111. Fatal dose of oxalic acid poison is

  • A)      15 – 20 gm
  • B)      20 – 30 gm
  • C)      25 – 40 gm
  • D)      30 – 40 gm.

112. All the muscles of face are supplied by facial  nerve except ?

  • A)      Levator palpebrae superioriy
  • B)      Risorius
  • C)      Corrugator supercilli
  • D)      Levator anguli oris.

113. The muscle stylopharyngeus gets nerve supply from

  • A)      hypoglossal nerve
  • B)      glossopharyngeal nerve
  • C)      lingual nerve
  • D)      vagus nerve.

114. Wet gangrene is an example to

  • A)      Raynaud’s phenomena
  • B)      T.A.O.
  • C)      Buerger’s disease
  • D)      none of these.

115.  Gangrene may be caused by

  • A)      Clostridium welchii
  • B)      Clostridium botuUndM
  • C)      Tetanus
  • D)      None of these.

116. Dichotomy means

  • A)      disclosing secrets of a patient
  • B)      running an open shop
  • C)      receiving or giving commission
  • D)      selling scheduled poison.

117. Keloid is

  • A)      hypertrophied scar
  • B)      hyperplastic scar
  • C)      inflamed scar
  • D)      atrophic scar.

118. Amyloidosis is a

  • A)   Degeneration
  • B)   Regeneration
  • C)   Neurosis
  • D)  Healing method.

119.. Ochronosis is a type of

  • A)      necrosis
  • B)      pigment disorder
  • C)      degeneration
  • D)      jaundice.

120. Excessive fibroin in sclerosis is

  • A)   scar tissue
  • B)  fibrocytosis
  • C)  fibrolysis
  • D)  calcinosis.

121. The base of the heart is related to

  • A)      azygos vein
  • B)      tracheal bifurcation
  • C)      descending aorta
  • D)      central tendon of diaphragm.

122. Poorest source of Vit-D is

  • A)      shark liver oil        -
  • B)      fish fat
  • C)      cod liver oil
  • D)      halibut liver oil.

123. Embolism can be a case of

  • A)      caisson Disease
  • B)      stroke in evolution
  • C)      infarction
  • D)      all of these.

124. Thromboembolic phenomena lead to

  • A)      cerebral stroke
  • B)      myocardial ischemia
  • C)      both (A)& (B)
  • D)      none of these.

125. Anaemia along with leukaemia is -

  • A)      hypochromic
  • B)      hyperchromic
  • C)      macrocytic
  • D)      microcytic.

126. Tympanic plexus is formed by

  • A)      tympanic branch of glossopharyngeal nerve
  • B)      vagus nerve
  • C)      facial nerve
  • D)      mandibular nerve.

127. HIV may spread through

  • A)      sexual contact
  • B)      hand shake
  • C)      blood
  • D)      both,(A) & (C).

128. Following are ketogenic except

  • A)      Alanine
  • B)      Tyrosine
  • C)      Glycerol
  • D)      Fatty Acid.

129. Recommended daily dietary allowance of protein for an average 70 kg male is

  • A)      110 gm
  • B)      65 gin
  • C)      13 gm
  • D)      20 gm.

130. Penal erasure means

  • A)      after the death of the registered practitioner
  • B)      entries which are made in error
  • C)      main cause is serious professional misconduct
  • D)      absconding from service.

131. Stapedius muscle is supplied by the nerve

  • A)      Facial
  • B)      Vagus
  • C)      Glossophaxyngeal
  • D)      Trochlear.

132. Loco parentis is / are

  • A)      an emergency consent taken from the person in charge of child
  • B)      the relatives of child
  • C)      a police person
  • D)      none of these.

133. Bleeding diathesis is   ,

  • A)      Thrombocytopenia
  • B)      Christmas factor deficiency
  • C)      Stuart factor deficiency
  • D)      All of these

134. Parasympathetic fibres that pass through the vagus nerve supply the

  • A)      stomach
  • B)      spleen
  • C)      ileum
  • D)      all of these.

135. Inferior surface of the heart is formed by

  • A)      right and left ventricles
  • B)      separated from base by right ventricle
  • C)      posterior AV groove
  • D)      right and left atria.

136. Nucleus in brain common to LX, X and XI cranial nerves is

  • A)      nucleus solitaries
  • B)      nucleus ambiguous
  • C)      dentate nucleus
  • D)      red nucleus.

137. Saphenous opening is situated

  • A)      just below the pubic tubercle
  • B)      below and lateral to pubic tubercle
  • C)      above and medial to pubic tubercle
  • D)      just above the pubic tubercle.

138. Which nerve does not arise from the medulla ?

  • A)      Facial
  • B)      Glossopharyngeal
  • C)      Vagus
  • D)      Hypoglossal.

139. Which vertebra has the most prominent spine ?

  • A)      C2
  • B)      C7
  • C)      T 10
  • D)      T12

140. The facial nerve

  • A)      arises from the medulla oblongata
  • B)      transverses through parotid gland
  • C)      supplies muscles of mastication
  • D)      carries no taste fibres.

141. Cardinal signs of inflammation are

  • A)      rubor, callor, tumour, dolor & loss of  ferulin
  • B)      dolor; pallor, tumour.
  • C)      bleeding, congestion, haematoma
  • D)      inflammation, healing.

142. Metastasis is a phenomenon in

  • A)      benign neoplasm
  • B)      malignant neoplasm
  • C)      both of these
  • D)      none of these.

143. From lung to tissues oxygen transported is

  • A)      70%
  • B)      86%
  • C)      91%
  • D)      97%

144. Right upper motor neuron lesion of facial nerve causes

  • A)      loss of taste sensation in right anterior part of tongue
  • B)      loss of corneal reflex on right side
  • C)      loss of wrinkling of forehead on left side
  • D)      paralysis of lower facial muscles on left side.

145. Severe hypertension may cause

  • A)      pulmonary oedema
  • B)      reduced visual acuity
  • C)      rise in coronary flow
  • D)      all of these.

146. Protein deficiency leads to

  • A)      inflammation
  • B)      necrosis
  • C)      kwashiorkor.
  • D)      oedema.

147. Anasarca is a type of

  • A)      inflammation
  • B)      nutritional disorder
  • C)      oedema
  • D)      none of these.

148. Degeneration follows

  • A)      Inflammation
  • B)      necrosis
  • C)      disease
  • D)      regeneration.

149. Which nerve passes through Menke’s cave’?

  • A)      Abducens
  • B)      Facial
  • C)      Trigeminal
  • D)      Trochlear.

150. The posterior 1/3rd  of the tongue is supplied by

  • A)      hypoglossal
  • B)      chorda tympani
  • C)      lingual
  • D)      glossopharyngeal

151. In Laryngitis, painless hoarseness of voice, vocal cords are fired with tubercular tendency are the symptom of

  • A)   Belladona
  • B)   Phosphorus
  • C)   Calcarea carb
  • D)  All of these.

152. In nursing women, when the child is nursing, there is pain in the opposite breast, are the symptom of

  • A)   Phytolacca
  • B)   Mercuricus
  • C)   Borax
  • D)   Conium.

153. The cough immediately getting worse from dust, handling old books from the shelf aggravates. The suggestive drug is

  • A)      Pulsatilla
  • B)      Bromium
  • C)      Arsenicum album
  • D)      All of these.

154. Baryta carb is incompatible after ………..:. in scrofulous affection

  • A)      Sulphur
  • B)      Tuberculinum
  • C)      Mercurius
  • D)      Calcarea carb.

155. Ferrum met. patient is of …………… temperament.

  • A)      sanguine
  • B)      melancholic
  • C)      mild
  • D)      nervous

156. Child cries all day and sleeps all night. The choice of drug is

  • A)      Psorinum
  • B)      Cina
  • C)      Lycopodium
  • D)      Chamomilla.

157. Every change of weather to every draft taking new cold, spasmodic cough and every cough ends in belching, heat in palms and soles are characterised by

  • A)      Hepar sulph
  • B)      Carbo veg
  • C)      Kali carb
  • D)      Sanguine

158. Digitalis patient complains of palpitation, which is aggravated from

  • A)      lying on left side
  • B)      least movement
  • C)      lying on abdomen
  • D)      bending forward.

159. Which is the drug for injuries to spinal cord, bad effects of spinal concussion and pains after fall on coccyx ?

  • A)      Symphytum
  • B)      Ruta
  • C)      Arnica
  • D)      Hypericum.

160. The objective symptom of Ignatia is

  • A)      Contradiction
  • B)      Irritability
  • C)      Mildness
  • D)      Long involuntary sigh.

161. In anaemias

  • A)      there is hurried breathing
  • B)      there is normal breathing
  • C)      hypopnoea
  • D)      hypertension.

162. Heparin plays a role in

  • A)      cellular phase
  • B)      humoral phase
  • C)      vascular phase
  • D)      all of these.

163. Euthanasia is

  • A)      killing a criminal
  • B)      giving punishment
  • C)      producing, painless death
  • D)      none of these.

164. Chemotaxis is defined as

  • A)      attracting cellular elements to the site of inflammation
  • B)      chemicals involved in various phases
  • C)      both (A) & (B)
  • D)      only (B).

165. Section 201 IPC deals in

  • A)      causing disappearance of evidence of offence
  • B)      fabricating false evidence
  • C)      omission to give notice to public
  • D)      giving false evidence.

166. Cellular phase follows

  • A)      vascular phase
  • B)      prostaglandins
  • C)      cellular elements
  • D)      none of these.

167. Lewis described

  • A)      vascular phase
  • B)      triple’ response
  • C)      cellular phase
  • D)      humoral phase.

168. Fatal dose of sulphuric acid poison is

  • A)      5 -10 ml
  • B)      10 – 20 ml
  • C)      15 – 20 ml
  • D)      20 – 30 ml.

169 .The recommended ideal dose(s) of tetanus toxoid in an unimmunized pregnant mother is / are

  • A)      two doses
  • B)      four doses
  • C)      single dose
  • D)      three doses

170. In a cross-section of thorax at T4, which of the following is found ?

  • A)      Azygos vein
  • B)      Brachiocephalic artery
  • C)      Arch of Aorta
  • D)      Left subclavian.

171. The oesophagus commences at which of the following levels ?

  • A)      Lower end of cricoids
  • B)      C5vertebra
  • C)      10 cm from incisor teeth
  • D)      C 7 vertebra.

172. Teratoma is ……:….:.. malignant than sarcoma.

  • A)      more
  • B)      Less
  • C)      slower
  • D)      faster.

173. Vitriolage means

  • A)      throwing of carbolic acid
  • B)      throwing of water
  • C)      throwing of sulphuric acid
  • D)      throwing of kerosene.

174. Fibroadenoma is a

  • A)      benign neoplasm
  • B)      not a neoplasm
  • C)      malignant
  • D)      systemic disease.

175. Fatal dose of carbolic acid poison is

  • A)      5- 10g
  • B)      3-5g
  • C)      1-2g
  • D)      10-15g.

176. First heart sound occurs during the period of

  • A)      Isotonic relaxation
  • B)      Isovolumetric relaxation
  • C)      Isovolumetric contraction
  • D)      Isotonic contraction.

177. Neoplasm is defined as

  • A)      new growth
  • B)      malignancy
  • C)      benign growth
  • D)      all of these.

178. In carcinoma base of tongue pain is referred to the ear through

  • A)      hypoglossal nerve
  • B)      vagus nerve
  • C)      glossopharyngeal nerve
  • D)      lingual nerve.

180. The smallest cranial nerve is the

  • A)      Olfactory
  • B)      Oculomotor
  • C)      Trochlear
  • D)      Accessory

181. Cause of death in carbolic acid poison  is

  • A)      brain damage
  • B)      asphyxia
  • C)      renal failure
  • D)      none of these.

182. Toxoids are

  • A)    inactivated toxins of micro-organisms
  • B)    produced by micro-organisms
  • C)    produced by host in reaction to toxins
  • D)    those which give passive immunity.

182. DPT is stored at

  • A)      4°C
  • B)      14°C
  • C)      0°C
  • D)       40C.

183. Xiphisternal junction is usually at the level of disc between which of the following thoracic vertebrae ?

  • A)      9 and 10
  • B)      7 and 8
  • C)      1 and 12
  • D)      None of these

184. Treatment for sulphuric acid is to

  • A)      avoid gastric lavage -and emetics
  • B)      give demulcent
  • C)      correct circulatory shock
  • D)      all the above

185.  Hydropic degeneration is also called

  • A)      Apoptosis
  • B)      Calcinosis
  • C)      Orchronosis
  • D)      SLE.

186. Kulchitsky cells are seen in

  • A)      Rheumatic fever
  • B)      Syphilis
  • C)      Tuberculosis
  • D)      Multiple sclerosis.

187. Which of the following is not a feature of occulomotor nerve palsy ?

  • A)  Miosis
  • B)  Difficulty in accommodation
  • C)  Superior gaze palsy
  • D)  Diplopia.

188. Cranial accessory nerve supplies

  • A)   Sternomastoid
  • B)   Trapezius
  • C)   Splenius capitis
  • D)  Soft palate.

189. Calcium requirement during pregnancy per day is

  • A)      100 mg
  • B)      400 mg
  • C)      1400 mg
  • D)      800 mg.

190. Which one of the following is a branch of the facial nerve ?

  • A)      Deep petrosal nerve
  • B)      Lesser superficial petrosal nerve
  • C)      External petrosal nerve
  • D)      Greater superficial petrosal nerve.

191.The transpyloric plane corresponds with  the level of .

  • A)      T11
  • B)      T12
  • C)      L1
  • D)      L2

192. Leucine true is

  • A)      non polar
  • B)      polar
  • C)      non-essential amino acid
  • D)      aromatic.

193. Amino acid involved in creatine synthesis is

  • A)      Glycine
  • B)      Lysine
  • C)      Glutamic acid
  • D)      Threonine.

194. Increased pressure within carotid sinus produces

  • A)      reflex increase in venous pressure
  • B)      reflex hyperpnoea
  • C)      reflex bradycardia
  • D)      increase in heart rate.

195. Parasympathetic stimulation of heart causes

  • A)      decreased rate of S. A node
  • B)      increased excitability of A. V. fibres
  • C)      prevents ventricular contraction
  • D)      none of these.

196.. Mycobacteria are

  • A)      gram – ve
  • B)      acid –fast
  • C)      non -acid fast
  • D)      none of these.

197. Sampling in village of 200 houses and 1000 population to screen 100 persons is best taken by

  • A)      selecting every tenth person
  • B)      selecting every fifth person
  • C)      selecting randomly any 100 patients from a random chart
  • D)      selecting one person per house.

198. Streptococcus occurs in

  • A)      Cluster
  • B)      Grape like clusters
  • C)      Chains
  • D)      None of these.

199. Of the following which is an inactivated vaccine ?’

  • A)      BCG
  • B)      Salk
  • C)      17-D Vaccine
  • D)      Mumps.

200. Which of the following has highest protein content ?

  • A)      Soyabean
  • B)      Egg
  • C)      Milk
  • D)      Mutton.

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