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Date posted: March 2, 2012

University of Delhi- MD Homoeopathy entrance test Paper 2011
Compiled by Dr Nisha Sharma, Dr Aditi GuptaDr Anil K
B R Sur Homoeopathic Medical College. Delhi

1.Adult spinal cord reaches to the level of
(a)  Lower border of L 1
(b) Lower border of L 4
(c)  Lower border of L 5
(d)   Lower border of S 1

2. Good Cholesterol is-

(a)    VLDL
(b)   HDL
(c)    LDL
(d)   IDL

3. Rigor mortis is first seen in which of the following voluntary muscle-

  • (a)    Eye lid
  • (b)   Back
  • (c)
  • (d)

4. Nerve supply to cremastic muscle is from-

  • (a)    Genital branch of genitofemoral nerve
  • (b)   Femoral branch of genitofemoral nerve
  • (c)    Ilio- inguinal nerve
  • (d)

5.Pain in external piles is carried by-

  • (a)    Hypogastric
  • (b)   Sympathetic nerve
  • (c)    Parasympathetic nerve
  • (d)   Pudendal nerve

6. Swiss Cheese appearance in endometrium is seen in-

  • (a)    Endometriosis
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)

7. Maturation of graffian follicle can be best studied by-

  • (a)    Fern test
  • (b)   Ultrasonography
  • (c)    Endometrial biopsy
  • (d)   Endoscopy

8. Bitter taste from tongue is carried by-

  • (a)
  • (b)   G protein
  • (c)    Transaminase
  • (d)

8. Anterior uveitis can cause all except-

  • (a)    Macular edema
  • (b)   Cataract
  • (c)    Glaucoma
  • (d)   Retinal detachment

9. Optic atrophy is seen in———–poisoning

  • (a)    Phosphorus
  • (b)   Lead
  • (c)
  • (d)

10. Pin point pupil is seen in-

  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)    Opium
  • (d)   Dhatura

11. Slapped cheek appearance is seen in-

  • (a)    Rosacea infantum
  • (b)   Erythema infectiosum
  • (c)
  • (d)   Erythema multiforme

12. Vitamin A (retinol) is stored in-

  • (a)    Kidney
  • (b)   Liver
  • (c)    Muscle
  • (d)   Retina

13. Which of following Vitamin is not an anti- oxidant-

  • (a)    A
  • (b)   C
  • (c)    D
  • (d)   E

14. Gettler’s Test is done for-

  • (a)    Hanging
  • (b)   Poisoning
  • (c)    Strangulation
  • (d)   Drowning

15. Which of the following test is not done for cholesterol detection-

  • (a)           Reaction
  • (b)    Z    Reaction
  • (c)    W   Test
  • (d)          Reaction

16. Symptoms of pulmonary embolism are-

  • (a)    Fever, Pain, Dyspnoea
  • (b)   Fever, Dyspnoea
  • (c)    Pain, Dyspnoea, Hemoptysis
  • (d)   Dyspnoea, Cough, Purulent sputum

17. In Alzheimer’s disease, lesion is located in-

  • (a)    Basal ganglia
  • (b)   Periventricular
  • (c)
  • (d)

18. Secondary amyloidosis is seen in all except-

  • (a)    RA
  • (b)   TB
  • (c)    Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • (d)   All the above

19. Sign of rickets is-

  • (a)
  • (b)   Widening of epiphyseal ends
  • (c)    Cupping
  • (d)

20. Neurosis is-

  • (a)    Personality disorder
  • (b)   Psychosis
  • (c)    Childhood developmental disorder
  • (d)   Drug abuse

21.Hypovolaemic shock is seen in all except-

  • (a)    Hemorrhage
  • (b)   Vomiting
  • (c)    Diarhoea
  • (d)   Starvation

22. First sign of failing anaesthesia is-

  • (a)    Bradycardia
  • (b)   Tachycardia
  • (c)    Hypertension
  • (d)

23. Which of the following is seen in obstructive jaundice-

  • (a)    Increased unconjugated bilirubin in serum
  • (b)   Increased bile salt in urine
  • (c)    Increased urobilinogen in urine
  • (d)

24. Which of the following is not seen in bronchiectasis-

  1. (a)    Normal chest X- Ray
  2. (b)   Pleural effusion
  3. (c)    X- Ray showing cystic cavitied
  4. (d)

25. Best method for sterilization of disposable syringes-

  • (a)    Hot air oven
  • (b)   Boiling
  • (c)    UV Rays
  • (d)   Gamma Rays

27.Phosphaturia is present in-

  • (a)    Hyperparathyroidism
  • (b)   Excess of vitamin D
  • (c)    Hypercalcaemia
  • (d)

28. Nihllistic ideas are present in-

  • (a)    Schizophrenia
  • (b)   Depression
  • (c)    OCD
  • (d)   All the above

29. TB of skin is also known as-

  • (a)    Scleroderma
  • (b)   Lupus vulgaris
  • (c)    Systemic lupus
  • (d)

30. What is not advisable in treatment of Malignant Melanoma-

  • (a)    Chemotherapy
  • (b)   Radiotherapy
  • (c)    Immunotherapy
  • (d)   Excisional surgery

31. Uraemia in a patient of CA cervix treated with radiotherapy is due to-

  • (a)    Stenosis of ureters caused by radiotherapy
  • (b)   Invasion of ureter by metastasis of cancer
  • (c)    Radiation nephritis
  • (d)   Not related

32. Duration of purperum is-

  • (a)    6 week after delivery
  • (b)   4 week after delivery
  • (c)
  • (d)

33. Scaly hypopigmented macules on the face of a child is due to-

  • (a)    Pityriasis alba
  • (b)   Pityriasis rubra
  • (c)    Tenia versicolor
  • (d)

34. Chances of aggravation of  TB are most in-

  • (a)    First trimester
  • (b)   Second trimester
  • (c)    Third trimester
  • (d)   After delivery

35. Most common site of implantation in ectopic pregnancy is-

  • (a)     Ampulla
  • (b)   Isthmus
  • (c)    Interstitium
  • (d)   Ovary

36. Uveitis is seen in-

  • (a)    RA
  • (b)   Sarcoidosis
  • (c)    Ankylosing spondylitis
  • (d)

37. Power grip of hand is due to-

  • (a)    Lumbricals of hand
  • (b)   Flexors of hand
  • (c)    Long flexors of fingers
  • (d)   Short flexors of finger

38. Retraction of shoulder is done by all except-

  • (a)    Trapezius
  • (b)   Serratus anterior
  • (c)    Rhomboidus major
  • (d)   Rhomboidus minor

39. All of these have healthy carrier except-

  • (a)    Diptheria
  • (b)   Typhoid
  • (c)    Pertussis
  • (d)   Cholera

40. Chronic carrier of typhoid can be detected by-

  • (a)    Blood culture
  • (b)   Stool culture
  • (c)    Urine culture
  • (d)   Sputum culture

41. Sure contraindication for pertussis vaccination is-

  • (a)    Convulsion
  • (b)   Diarrhea
  • (c)    Vomiting
  • (d)   Fever

42. Which enzyme is detected in beri- beri-

  • (a)    Decarboylase
  • (b)    Transketolase
  • (c)     Transaminase
  • (d)

43. Leucocytosis occurs in all except-

  • (a)    MI
  • (b)   TB
  • (c)
  • (d)

44. Commonest type of cerebral palsy is-

  • (a)    Spastic
  • (b)   Atonic
  • (c)    Athetoid
  • (d)   Clonic

45. Carbohydrate devoid diet can cause-

  • (a)    Ketosis
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   None of the above

46. Kaposi’s sarcoma is a tumor of-

  • (a)    Vascular tissue
  • (b)   Connective tissue
  • (c)    Muscular tissue
  • (d)

47. Herpes simplex virus is-

  • (a)    Single stranded DNA virus
  • (b)   Single stranded RNA virus
  • (c)    Double stranded DNA virus
  • (d)   Double stranded RNA virus

48. BMR is reduced in-

  • (a)    Sleep
  • (b)   In cold environment
  • (c)
  • (d)

49. Physiology of respiratory system of a child is different from adult because-

  • (a)    Passage is small
  • (b)   Demand is less
  • (c)    Tidal volume is less
  • (d)   Residual volume is more

50. Precocious puberty is found in which tumor of ovary-

  • (a)    Granulosa cell tumor
  • (b)   Arrenoblastoma
  • (c)    Dermoid
  • (d)   Gyandroblastoma

51. VDRL is-

  • (a)    Slide flocculation test
  • (b)   Tube flocculation test
  • (c)
  • (d)   Indirect haemagglutination est

52. Government has announced survelliance for all except-

  • (a)    Plague
  • (b)   TB
  • (c)    Relapsing fever
  • (d)   Malaria

53. Which component of cigarette smoke is one of the causative factor for coronary artery disease-

  • (a)    Nicotine + Tar
  • (b)   Carbon monoxide + Tar
  • (c)    Carbon monoxide + Nicotine
  • (d)   Carbon monoxide + Nicotine + Tar

54. Marble stone appearance on X- Ray is seen in-

  • (a)    Fluorosis
  • (b)
  • (c)    Osteoarthritis
  • (d)   Osteitis fibrosa cystic

55. How will you detect malignancy in breast in a mammogram-

  • (a)     Smooth mass
  • (b)    Irregular mass
  • (c)
  • (d)

56. Fluoric acid is stored in-

  • (a)    Glass bottle
  • (b)   Gutta parcha bottle
  • (c)    Hard plastic
  • (d)   Actinic glass

57. Great indignation about things done or said by others with history of grief-

  • (a)    Ignatia
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   Staphysagria

58. Relation between Belladonna and Dulcamara is-

  • (a)    Complimentary
  • (b)   Inimical
  • (c)    Cognate
  • (d)   Antidote

59. Aconite of chronic disease is-

  • (a)   Sulphur
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   Alumina

60. Features common in Aloe,Sulphur, Rumex is-

  • (a)    Headache better in winter
  • (b)   Diarrhea driving the patient out of bed in early morning
  • (c)    Eruptions agg in spring
  • (d)

61. Common name of  Taraxacum is-

  • (a)    Dandelion
  • (b)   Stinging nettle
  • (c)
  • (d)   None

62. Which is not a feature of Mezerium-

  • (a)    Bad effects of vaccination
  • (b)   Teeth decay at the edges of gum
  • (c)    Aggravation from cold
  • (d)   Ulcer with thick, yellowish white scales

63. Which is not a characteristic of Medorrhinum-

  • (a)    Cannot speak without weeping
  • (b)   State of collapse, skin cold yet throws off the cover
  • (c)    Can exhale with ease but cannot inhale
  • (d)    Craving for liquor

64. Sensation of splinter, fish bone or plug in throat, quinsy; when suppuration threatens; chronic hypertrophy with hardness of hearing is seen in-

  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)    Hepar sulph
  • (d)   Conium

65. Aggravation in Bowel Nosode-

  • (a)    Morgan Gartner
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   Bacillus 7

66. Disposition to bite, spit, strike, tear things. Breaks into fits of laughter, gnashes teeth, wants to run away, strikes the attendant-

  • (a)    Belladonna
  • (b)
  • (c)    Helleborus
  • (d)   Stramonium

67. Scratching of linen or silk, crackling of paper is unbearable-

  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)    Asarum

68. Rational medicine was claimed by-

  • (a)    Allopathy
  • (b)   Isopathy
  • (c)    Antipathy
  • (d)   Homoeopathy

69. First wife of  Dr. Hahnemann died in-

  • (a)    1842
  • (b)   1830
  • (c)    1832
  • (d)   1845

70. Dr. Hahnemann translated Cullen’s Materia medica in-

  • (a)    1805
  • (b)   1790
  • (c)    1796
  • (d)   1789

71. In which section complex diseases are talked about-

  • (a)    36
  • (b)   38
  • (c)    39
  • (d)   40

72. In mental disease originating from corporeal disease, treatment should be-

  • (a)    Antipsoric medicine
  • (b)   Constitutional medicine covering the totality
  • (c)    Non antipsoric medicine
  • (d)   Psychotherapy with indicated medicine

73. In acute mental disease, treatment should be-

  • (a)    Proved acute medicine
  • (b)   Antipsoric medicine
  • (c)    Constitutional medicine
  • (d)

74. Remedy for Scarlet fever according to Dr. Hahnemann is-

  • (a)
  • (b)   Aconite
  • (c)    Belladonna
  • (d)

75. Magnum opus is the work of-

  • (a)    Hahnemann
  • (b)   Lord Bacon
  • (c)    Aristotle
  • (d)   Hippocrate

76. Edition of organon was published in-

  • (a)    Leipsic
  • (b)   Koethen
  • (c)    Torgau
  • (d)  Paris

77. Outward reflection of internal essence of disease is-

  • (a)    Subjective symptom
  • (b)   Objective symptom
  • (c)    Totality of symptom
  • (d)   None of the above

78. Single ward of a finger is-

  • (a)    Internal one sided disease
  • (b)   External one sided disease
  • (c)    Local disease
  • (d)

79. Rheumatism aggravated by motion is-

  • (a)    Common symptom
  • (b)   Peculiar symptom
  • (c)    Uncommon symptom
  • (d)   Not related

80. Importance of objective symptom is for-

  • (a)    Diagnosis of disease
  • (b)   Diagnosis of patient
  • (c)
  • (d)

81. To tell what will happen next in the disease is-

  • (a)    Diagnosis
  • (b)   Prognosis
  • (c)
  • (d)

82. Alternating headache and diarrhoea is-

  • (a)    Common symptom
  • (b)   Associated symptom
  • (c)    Alternating symptom
  • (d)

83. Who was made to drink poison hemlock as he dared to speak the truth-

  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)    Socrate
  • (d)

84. “Involuntary stool while urinating” rubric is found in ———– chapter of Kent’s Repertory-

  • (a)    Rectum
  • (b)   Bladder
  • (c)    Stool
  • (d)   Urine

85. Addison’s disease in Kent’s Repertory is found in——-chapter-

  • (a)    Kidney
  • (b)   Bladder
  • (c)
  • (d)   Generalities

86. Theory of Analogy is-

  • (a)    Grand generalization
  • (b)
  • (c)    Theory of concomitant
  • (d)

87. Repertory of Hering’s Guiding symptom is written by-

  • (a)    Calvin B Knerr
  • (b)   Calavin B Knerr
  • (c)
  • (d)   Clara B Knerr

88. Repertory of comparative Materia Medica is written by-

  • (a)    Hempel
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   Lippe

89. Nymphomania in Kent’s Repertory is found in——— chapter

  • (a)    Mind
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)   Female genitalia

90. In BTPB, Dr. Boenninghausen transformed generalities into-

  • (a)    Sleep and dream
  • (b)   Aggravation and amelioration
  • (c)    Sensation
  • (d)   Concomitant

91. Rubric “cold blooded” inKent’s repertory is represented as-

  • (a)    Lack of vital heat
  • (b)   Lack of heat
  • (c)    Cold aggravate
  • (d)   All of the above

92. Dr. Boenninghausen’s classified symptom into-

  • (a)    Basic & determinative
  • (b)   Common & uncommon
  • (c)    Primary & secondary
  • (d)   Common & peculiar

93. Medicine for the rubric “profuse perspiration while sitting” in Kent’s repertory is found in—- chapter-

  • (a)    Sambucus nigra
  • (b)
  • (c)    Calc carb
  • (d)   Kali bi

94. Grading of symptom was first done by-

  • (a)    Hahnemann
  • (b)  Kent
  • (c)    Boenninghausen
  • (d)   Boger

95. Dr. Boenninghausen devoted ——– rubrics for emotional excitement-

  • (a)    17
  • (b)   19
  • (c)    20
  • (d)   21

96. Anaemia is found in —– chapter of Kent’s Repertoty-

  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)    Anaemia
  • (d)

97. The term complete symptom which include location, sensation, modality & concomitant was given by-

  • (a)   Kent
  • (b)   Boericke
  • (c)    Boenninghausen
  • (d)   All of the above

98. Concomitant symptom was introduced by-

  • (a)    Boger
  • (b)   Boenninghausen
  • (c)    Hahnemann
  • (d)  Kent

99. Hering’s Guiding Symptom has-

  • (a)    Common symptom
  • (b)   Peculiar symptom
  • (c)    Guiding & common symptom
  • (d)   Guiding symptom

100. Idiosyncrasy is-

  • (a)    Peculiar corporeal constitution
  • (b)   Personality
  • (c)    Individualisation
  • (d)   All of the above

101. In a case of intermittent where pyrexia is very short, medicine should be administered during-

  • (a)    Lucid interval
  • (b)   Sweat stage
  • (c)    Declinig period of paroxysm
  • (d)

102. Believes she is going to die, nothing is going to help her-

  • (a)    Aconite
  • (b)   Agnus castus
  • (c)
  • (d)

103. Feels as though he has two wills, one commanding him to do what the other forbids-

  • (a)    Baptisia
  • (b)   Anacardium
  • (c)    Petroleum
  • (d)   All the above

104. Complaints of imaginary odour before nose, as if from musk or hering-

  • (a)    Agnus castus
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)

105. Restless, sleeplessness due to worry & grief, loss of property, reputation, from business embarrassment-

  • (a)    Kali brom
  • (b)   Kali bi
  • (c)
  • (d)

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    I want answers of all these questions

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