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Date posted: November 6, 2011

This Test Booklet contains 120 items (questions). Each item comprises four responses (answers). You will select the response which you want to mark on the Answer Sheet. In case you feel that there is more than one correct response,mark the response which you consider the best. In any case, choose ONLY ONE response for each item.
All items carry equal marks. Attempt all items. Your total marks will depend only on the number of correct responses marked by you in the Answer Sheet.

1. Dulcamara is incompatible before or after administering which one of the following drugs?

  • (a) Acetic acid
  • (b) Acetic acid and Belladonna
  • (c) Acetic acid, Belladonna and Lachesis
  • (d) Acetic acid, Lachesis and Natrum sulph.

2. Match List-I (Medicine)with List-II (Keynote) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :
List-I  (Medicine)   List -II    (Keynote)

  • A. Camphora    1. Leucorrhoea preventing pregnancy
  • B Caulophylum 2. Sequelae of measles
  • C.Thuja occ.     3.Coition prevented by extreme sensitiveness of vagina
  • D.Lycopodium   4. Coition prevented by extreme dryness of vagina

Codes :

  • (a) A B C D
  • 2 1 3 4
  • (b) A B C D
  • 2 1 4 3
  • (c) A B C D
  • 1 2 4 3
  • (d) A B C D
  • 4 3 1 2

3.Match List-I (Symptoms) with List-II (Medicine) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                                    List-II
(Symptoms)                         (Medicine)

  • A. Haemorrhage of black blood from all the out lets of the body  1. Cinchona
  • B. Haemorrhage long continued; longing for sativa sour things    2. Crocus
  • C. Haemorrhage after extraction of teeth                                   3. Bovista
  • D. Haemorrhage from any part,black bloodviscid,clotted,forming  4.Sulphuric acid

Codes

  • (a) A B C D
  • 1 2 3 4
  • (b) A B C D
  • 2 1 4 3
  • (c) A B C D
  • 3 2 1 4
  • (d) A B C D
  • 4 1 3 2

4. Consider the following symptoms

  • 1.Stool, partly expelled, recedes
  • 2. Much urging, but inability to expel
  • 3. Stool lies in rectum without urging until there be a large accumulation
  • 4. Stool hard as stone

Which of the symptoms given above is/are helpful in selecting Sanicula as the remedy for constipation ?

  • (a) 2 and 3
  • (b) 1 and 3
  • (c) 1, 2, 3 and 4.
  • (d) 1 only

5. To treat pseudo syphilis cases successfully, Hahnemann advised to begin treatment with

  • (a) Anti-syphilitic remedy
  • (b) Anti-psoric remedy
  • (c) Anti-sycotic remedy
  • (d) Anti-tubercular remedy

6. Homoeopathic aggravation is due to

  • (a) Primary action of medicine
  • (b) Secondary action of medicine
  • (c) Large doses of medicine
  • (d) Incorrect selection of medicine

7.A person comes with a small piece of straw (foreign body) in one of his eyes.Which one of the following is correct ?

  • (a) He should be prescribed Aconite nap
  • (b) The case should be managed as per instructions in footnote to Aphorism 7 of Organon of Medicine related to causa occasionalis
  • (c) The repertory should be consulted and the indicated drug be given
  • (d) Belladonna should be prescribed

8. 50 millisimal scale is described in which edition of Organon of Medicine ?

  • (a) Ist edition
  • (b) IInd edition
  • (c) Vth edition
  • (d) VIth edition

9. Hering’s law of cure is depicted in Kent’s philosophy under

  • (a) 8 observation
  • (b) 9 observation
  • (c) 10 observation.
  • (d) 11 observation

10. The interpretation of Kent’s twelfth observation states that,

  • (a) the medicine must be let alone
  • (b) the medicine must be antidoted at once
  • (c) the medicine was only a superficial remedy
  • (d) the medicine has been too late

11.What happens when the two dissimilar diseases of different strength meet in a living organism?

  • (a) The weaker one will suspend the stronger one
  • (b) Both of them will co-exist with their manifestations
  • (c) They will be curing each other
  • (d) The stronger one will suspend the weaker one

12. The highest ideal of cure is

  • (a) slow, gentle and permanent restoration of health
  • (b) slow, vigorous and temporary restoration of health
  • (c) rapid, gentle and temporary restoration of health
  • (d) rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of health

13. “The removal of the totality of symptoms means the removal of the disease.” This concept is reflected in

  • (a) Aphorism 10 of Organon of Medicine
  • (b) Aphorism 15 of Organon of Medicine
  • (c) Aphorism 17 of Organon of Medicine.
  • (d) Aphorism 20 of Organon of Medicine

14. When is the need to repeat the first prescription ?

  • (a) When there is aggravation of the existing symptoms
  • (b) When there is presence of additional new symptoms
  • (c) When there is amelioration of the symptoms
  • (d) When amelioration comes to a standstill

15. Which of the following miasms has the symptom-desire for cold food ?

  • (a) Psora
  • (b) Sycosis
  • (c) Syphilis
  • (d) Tubercular

16. In case of homoeopathic aggravation, we should

  • (a) antidote the medicine
  • (b) wait and watch .
  • (c) prescribe a complementary medicine
  • (d) repeat the medicine immediately in lower potency

17. Immunodeficiency occurs in the following diseases except

  • (a) Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome
  • (b) Systemic lupus erythromatosus
  • (c) Ataxia-Telangiectasia
  • (d) Goodpasture’s syndrome

18. The modus operandi of homoeopathic medicines is explained in Organon of Medicine,,in Aphorism

  • (a) 26
  • (b) 25
  • (c) 29
  • (d) 39

19. Which one of the following does not belong to “Causa Occasionalis” ?

  • (a) Strong smelling flowers cause syncope
  • (b) Imperforate anus of infants.
  • (c) Dyspnoea from dust exposure
  • (d) Pthisis after chest injury

20. Mental diseases are

  • (a) psoric in origin
  • (b) psudo-psoric in origin
  • (c) syphilitic in origin
  • (d) psudo syphilitic in origin

21. If psychotherapy is initially administered to the psychosomatic patients, it will cause

  • (a) aggravation
  • (b) homoeopathic aggravation
  • (c) amelioration
  • (d) amelioratton followed by aggravation

22. In homoeopathy, a process which brings about a quantitative reduction in the drug  substance but a qualitative increase in its medicinal or therapeutic property is known

  • (a) Potentisation
  • (b) Succession
  • (c) lonisation
  • (d) Dilution

23. Which one of the following is the treatment of choice for recurrent / sub-acute appendicitis ?

  • (a) Belladonna
  • (b) Rust tox
  • (c) Lycopodium
  • (d) Iris tenax

24. Consider the following statements

  • 1.10minims of tincture and 90 minims of alcohol give centesimal potency.
  • 2. 6 minims of tincture and 99 minims of dilute alcohol, the drug power of tincture being 1/6 give lst centesimal potency.
  • 3 Preparation of mother tincture consists in three steps viz, estimation of plant moisture content, maceration and percolation.
  • 4. Drugs like Buforana, Murex, Apis, Phytolacca, Helleborus and Naja, all belong to animal kingdom.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?

  • (a) l and 3
  • (b) 3 only
  • (c) 2 and 4
  • (d) 4 only

25.Match List-I (Medicine) with List-II (Source of Medicine) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :
List-I                                            List-II

  • A. Aranea Diadema 1. Orange Spider
  • B Mygale Lasiodora 2. Spanish Spider
  • C Tarentula Hispanica 3. Papal-cross Spider
  • D. Theridion. c 4. Black Cuban Spider

Codes

  • (a) A B C D
  • 3 2 4 1
  • (b) A B C D
  • 1 4 2 3
  • (c) A B C D
  • 3 4 2 1
  • (d) A B C D
  • 1 2 4 3

26. The arch of aorta lies behind the

  • (a) lower half of manubrIum sterni
  • (b) xiphoid process of sternum
  • (c) middle one third of manubrium sterni
  • (d) jugular notch

27.Which rib of our body is more oblique?

  • (a) Ist rib
  • (b) 2nd rib
  • (c) 9th rib
  • (d) 10th rib

28.Consider the following

  • 1.Pacinian corpuscle
  • 2.Krause’s corpuscle
  • 3.Meissner’s corpuscle
  • 4.Ruffini’s corpuscle

Which of the above are nerve endings ?

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

29.Which nerve is called musician nerve?

  • (a) Radial nerve
  • (b)Ulnar nerve
  • (c) Median nerve
  • (d) Sciatic nerve

30. The spinal cord in an adult ends at the level of

  • (a) Lumbar 1
  • (b) Lumbar 4
  • (c) Lumbar 5
  • (d) Sacral 1

31. In infants, defecation often follows a meal due to

  • (a) Gastro-ileal reflex
  • (b) Gastro-colic reflex
  • (c) Entero-gastric reflex
  • (d) Increased levels of circulating CCK

32. Skin pigmentation is found in

  • (a) Addison’s disease
  • (b) Cushing’s disease
  • (c) Conn’s syndrome
  • (d) Adreno-genital syndrome

33.Specific gravity of blood rises

  • (a) when excessive water is lost from the body
  • (b) in the event of severe haemorrhage
  • (c) after injection of saline into the veins
  • (d) when large quantity of water is taken

34.In electrocardiogram, which limb is used as an earth connection ?

  • (a) Left leg
  • (b) Right leg
  • (c) Right arm
  • (d) Left arm

35.Consider the following hormones :

  • 1.Calcitonin
  • 2.Oxytocin
  • 3.Vasopressin
  • 4.Prolactin

Which of the hormones given above are released by pituitary gland ?

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

36.Hepatitis B is caused by

  • (a) R.N.A. virus
  • (b) D.N.A. virus .
  • (c) Mycoplasma
  • (d) Rickettsia

37. Aschoff giant cells are found in

  • (a) Rheumatoid arthritis
  • (b) Rheumatic fever
  • (c) Hodgkin’s disease
  • (d) Sarcoidosis

38 Which one of the following enzymes is deficient in diabetes mellitus?

  • (a) Glyco kinase
  • (b) Insulin
  • (c) Hexo kinase
  • (d) Phosphorylase

39. For the diagnosis of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma,during histological examination, one should confirm the presence of

  • (a) Reed-sternberg cells
  • (b) Lymphocyte
  • (c) Shikata cells
  • (d) Macropolycytes

40.On which one of the following does the erythrocyte sedimentation rate depend ?

  • (a) Fibrinogen content of the blood
  • (b) Prothrombin content of the blood
  • (c) Quantity of cellular element of the blood
  • (d) Platelet count

41.Cancer cells derive their energy primarily from

  • (a) Aerobic glycolysis
  • (b) Anaerobic glycolysis
  • (c) Utilisation of nitrogen
  • (d) Utilisation of carbohydrates

42.In a suspected case of prostatic enlargement, which one of the following procedure is likely to confirm the diagnosis ?

  • (a) Urine examination
  • (b) Rectal examination
  • (c) Ultrasonography .
  • (d) Measuring water intake and output of urine

43.Which one of the following is not a feature of Nephrotic syndrome ?

  • (a) Albuminuria
  • (b) Hyperlipide
  • (c) Oedema
  • (d) Decreased urine output

44.Which one of the following structures in the neck is most likely to be mistaken for a carcinomatous lymph node ?

  • (a) Stemomastoid tendon
  • (b) Laryngeal cartilage
  • (c) Thyroid gland
  • (d) Greater cornu of the hyoid bone

45. A man aged about 59 suffering from polyurea, polyphagia, polydypsia and progressive emaciation visits his physician for a proper diagnosis. Which one of the following is the most likely diagnosis ?

  • (a) Prostatic Hypertrophy c malignancy
  • (b) Diabetes insipidus
  • (c) Diabetes mellitus
  • (d) Diabetic acidosis

46. Atherosclerosis is inversely proportional to

  • (a) LDL level
  • (b) VLDL level
  • (c) Chylo micron level
  • (d) HDL level

47. Which one of the following is the cause of sudden loss of vision in a patient with diabetic retinopathy ?

  • (a) Cataract
  • (b) Glaucoma
  • (c) Vitreous Haemorrhage
  • (d) Papilloedema

48. Consider the following features

  • 1. Severe vertigo
  • 2. Engorged pulsatile neck vein
  • 3. Unconsciousness
  • 4. Enlarged tender liver
  • 5. Pedal edema

Which of the above features are helpful for the confirmation of C.C.F. ?

  • (a) l and 4
  • (b) 2,4and 5
  • (c) l and 3
  • (d) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

49. A patient with a history of peptic ulcer presented with sudden onset of severe pain in upper abdomen. Routine blood examination and straight X-ray of the abdomen showed

  • 1. Marked tenderness over upper abdomen
  • 2. Absence of bowel sounds
  • 3. Leucocytosis
  • 4. Gas shadow under the diaphragm

Which of the above confirm/(s) the diagnosis of peptic perforation ?

  • (a) l and 2
  • (b) l and 3
  • (c) 4 only
  • (d) 2 and 3

50. Which one of the following is diagnosed by employing angiography ?

  • (a) Angina
  • (b) Blockage in coronary arteries
  • (c) Myocarditis
  • (d) Pericarditis

51. Match List-I (Waves in an ECG) with List-II (Normal Values) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                                   List -II
(Waves in an ECG)           (Normal Values)

  • A. Normal septal Q waves  1. 0.04-0.10 second
  • B PR interval                     2. < 0.02 second
  • C. QRS interval                 3. 0.12-0.20 second
  • D. Normal R in VI              4. < 0.4 mV

Codes:

  • (a) A B C D
  • 4 1 3 2
  • (b) A B C D
  • 2 3 1 4
  • (c) A B C D
  • 4 3 1 2
  • (d) A B C D
  • 2 1 3 4

Directions:-
The following 8 (Eight) items consist of two statements; one labelled as the ‘Assertion (A)’ and the other as ‘Reason(R)’. You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the answers to these items using the codes given below:
Codes.

  • (a) Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
  • (b) Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
  • (c) A is true but R is false.
  • (d) A is false but R is true.

52.Assertion (A): Thuja is the king of antisycotic remedies.
Reason (R) : Thuja can cure each and every type of warts at each and every locations.

53.Assertion (A): The object of Materia Medica is to formulate the symptom register.
Reason (R) : In the process of cure, a physician tries to analyse the data from the symptom register to match the portrait of disease with that of drug.

54.Assertion (A): Toxicological cases can be successfully treated by homocopathic medicines.
Reason (R) : Toxicological action is more of a chemical action than a dynamic action.

55Belladonna is a proven prophylactic against Japanese Encephalitis(J.E)
Reason (R) : Belladonna is a viricidalagent and kills the J.E. virus.

56. Assertion (A): Belladonna is a medicine for inflammation.
Reason (R) : Atropin being the active principle of Belladonna,can act as a surrogate

57. Assertion (A): The most common cause of female sterility is failure to ovulate.
Reason (R) : The female sterility can result from salpingitis which in the past was a common outcome of gonococcal infection.

58.Assertion (A): Staphysagria is a frequently indicated remedy for honeymoon cystitis.
Reason (R) : Staphysagria alters the pH value of urine.

59. Assertion (A): Hamamelis and Millefolium belong to same family.
Reason (R):Hamamelis and Millefolium are antihaemorrhagic medicines.

60. Match List-I (Topics) with List-II(Aphorisms of the Fifth Edition of Organon of Medicine) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                 List -II (Aphorisms of the 5 Edition of Organon of Medicine)

  • A. Idiosyncrasies                 1. 27-28
  • B. Kind of symptoms for       2. 210-230
  • Choice of remedy
  • C. Mental diseases              3. l53
  • D. Therapeutic law of nature 4. 116, 117 :

Codes:

  • (a)A B C D
  • 4 3 2 1
  • (b A B C D
  • 2 3 4 1
  • (c) A B C D
  • 4 1 2 3
  • (d) A B C D
  • 2 1 4 3

61. Match List-I (Rubric) with List-II (Chapter) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                    List -11
(Rubric)                (Chapter)

  • A. Theorizing        1. Head
  • B. Baldness         2. Nose
  • C. Amaurosis       3. Mind
  • D. Epistaxis         4. Eye

Codes:

  • (a) A B C D
  • 4 1 3 2
  • (b) A B C D
  • 3 2 4 1
  • (c) A B C D
  • 4 2 3 1
  • (d) A B C D
  • 3 1 4 2

62. ‘Delusion’ is explained as false

  • (a) thinking
  • (b) belief.
  • (c) dream
  • (d) memory

63. Which one of the following is used for grading or evaluation of the medicines in Kent’s Repertory?

  • (a) Recording
  • (b) Confirmation by reproving
  • (c) Verification upon the sick
  • (d) Research

64. In which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory is the rubric affectionate found ?

  • (a) Generalities
  • (b) Head
  • (c) Mind
  • (d) Chest

65. In which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory is the sensation of formication in anus found?

  • (a) Stool
  • (b) Rectum
  • (c) Stomach
  • (d) Generalities

66. Consider the following statements

  • 1. Hahnemann’s Materia Medica Pura as left by him had six volumes
  • 2. Synthetic repertory by Barthel and Klunker has three volumes.
  • 3. Allen’s Encyclopaedia has 12 volumes
  • 4. Hering’s guiding symptoms has 10 volumes.

Which of the statements given above are correct ?

  • (a) 1,2;3and 4
  • (b) l and 4
  • (c) 2,3 and 4
  • (d) 1,2 and 3

67. In which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory is rubric indolence found?

  • (a) Head
  • (b) Generalities
  • (c) Mind
  • (d) Sleep

68. In which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory is bloody spitting found ?

  • (a) Respiration
  • (b) Expectoration
  • (c) Chest
  • (d) Cough

69. In which chapter of the Kent’s Repertory, the rubrics phimosis and paraphimosis are found?

  • (a) Mind
  • (b) Skin
  • (c) Generalities
  • (d) Genitalia

70. Which one of the following is the correct remedy for caries of fibula?

  • (a) Acid fluoricum
  • (b) Silicea
  • (c) Hepar sulph
  • (d) Calendula

71. Kent’s Repertory is a type of

  • (a) Synthetic Repertory
  • (b) General Repertory
  • (c) Regional Repertory
  • (d) Particular Repertory

72. Von Boenninghausen generalised the Iymptoms by adopting

  • (a) the doctrine of analogy
  • (b) the general symptoms
  • (c) the conceptual image of the patient
  • (d) the common symptoms

73. Match List-I (Symptoms) with List-II (Medicines) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                       List II
(Symptoms)         (Medicines)

  • A. Ardent              1. Merc.
  • B. Hypocrisy         2. Ign.
  • C. Inconsistency   3. Phos.
  • D. Precocity         4.Nux v.
  • (a) A B C D
  • 2 3 4 1
  • (b) A B C D
  • 4 1 2 3
  • (c) A B C D
  • 2 1 4 3
  • (d) A B C D
  • 4 3 2 1

74. Pulsus alternance, clinically encountered as alternate large and small pulse without any change or rhythm; is suggestive of

  • (a) left ventricular failure
  • (b) right ventricular failure
  • (c) respiratory failure
  • (d) congestive cardiac failure

75. Which one of the following causes pseudochronic diseases ?

  • (a) Maintaining cause
  • (b) Fundamental cause
  • (c) Sycosis
  • (d) Syphilis

76. Ipecacuanha roots have

  • (a) transverse constrictions or fissures externally
  • (b) smooth external surface
  • (c) longitudinal ridges
  • (d) spiral ridges on surface

77. Match List-I (Causative factors) with List-Il (Diseases produced) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                                       List-II
(Causative factors)             (Diseases produced)

  • A.Entamoeba,istolytica         1. Syphilis
  • B. Leishmania donovani        2. Ankylostomiasis
  • C. Treponema pallidum         3. Amoebiasis
  • D. Hookworms                     4. Kala azar

Codes.

  • (a) A B C D
  • 3 4 1 2
  • (b) A B C D
  • 1 2 3 4
  • (c) A B C D
  • 3 2 1 4
  • (d) A B C D
  • 1 4 3 2

78. What is the most common mode of transmission of leprosy ?

  • (a) Skin to skin contact
  • (b) Insect vectors
  • (c) Through fomites
  • (d) Droplet infection

79. Match List-I (Organisms) with List-II (Type of cells they affect) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :
List-I                          List-Il
(Organisms)         (Type of cells they affect)

  • A. Plasmodium vivax       1.All the cells except and ovale non-nucleated erythrocytes
  • B. Trophozoites of Toxoplasma gondii    2. Immature erythrocytes
  • C. Plasmodium falciparurn      -            3. Only senescent eiythrocytes
  • D. Plasmodiummalariae            4.Prefers younger erythrocytes but invades red cells of all ages

Codes

  • (a) A B C D
  • 4 3 2 1
  • (b) A B C D
  • 2 3 4 1
  • (c) A B C D
  • 4 1 2 3
  • (d) A B C D
  • 2 1 4 3

80.Coma is not commonly associated with the ingestion of large doses of

  • (a) Antihistamines
  • (b) Phenothiazines
  • (c) Tricyclic antidepressants
  • (d) Muscarine

81. Which of the following are used for the detection of seminal stains ?

  • 1. Takayama test
  • 2. Barberio’s test
  • 3. Florence. test
  • 4. Acid phosphatase test

Select the correct answer using the codes given below

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

82. Which one of the following causes Carcinoma cervix ?

  • (a) Herpes implex type
  • (b) Pap virus
  • (c) Ebstain bar virus
  • (d) Adeno virus

83. Which of the following may be caused an infant because of the deficiency of folicacid during first trimester of pregnancy?

  • (a) Cretinism, CHD, Nephrotic syndrome
  • (b) Spina bifida, Anencephaly,Encephalocele
  • (c) Diabetes mellitus, Indian childhood
  • (c) cirrhosis, Pancreatitis
  • (d) Cuthing’s syndrome, Retinitis pigmentosa, Wilson’s syndrome

84. Which one of the following is the most common site of tubal pregnancy in the fallopian tube ?

  • (a) Ampulla
  • (b) Interstitial portion
  • (c) Isthmus
  • (d) Fimbrial portiol

85. Which one of the following is the most common type of ovarian malignancy ?

  • (a) Serous cystadeno carcinoma
  • (b) Brenner’s tumour
  • (c) Dysgerminoma
  • (d) Mucinous adeno carcinoma

86. Endometrial cancer most commonly presents as

  • (a) abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • (b) bowel obstruction
  • (c) foul vaginal discharge
  • (d) pelvic pain

87.Consider the following causes of hirsutism in females

  • 1.Polycystic ovaries
  • 2.Adrenal hyperplasia
  • 3.Familial
  • 4. Pregnancy

Which of the causes given above are correct ?

  • (a) l 3and 4
  • (b) 1 and 2
  • (c) 2, 3 and 4
  • (d) 1, 2 and 3

88.Consider the following features :

  • 1. Rise of FSH levels
  • 2. Rise in LH levels
  • 3. Hot flushes and night sweats
  • 4. Increased vaginal lubrication

Which of the above features point out to menopausal syndrome ?

  • (a) 1,2 and 3
  • (b) l,3and 4
  • (c) 2,3and 4
  • (d) 1,2and 4

89. Which one of the following statements is not correct ?

  • (a) Thyroglossal cyst moves upward with the protrusion of tongue.
  • (b) In a case of head injury, bleeding from nose occurs in fracture of the anterior fossa.
  • (c) Dislocation of spine without fracture can occur only in the dorsal spine.
  • (d) In the passive SLR test if pain appears below 40, 0 it suggests impingement of PID on a nerve root.

90.Healing of a skin wound by first intention results in

  • (a) a small amount of granulation tissue and scar
  • (b) an intense inflammatory response
  • (c) contracture
  • (d) keloid

91. Colicky nature of pain around umbilicus and marked tenderness in right iliac fossa, accompanied or followed by nausea, vomiting, anorexia, pyrexia with constipation are the diagnostic features of

  • (a) acute peritonitis
  • (b) acute appendicitis
  • (c) acute regional ileitis
  • (d) acute cholecystitis

92. Consider the following statements :The papillary thyroid carcinoma is characterised by

  • 1. slow growing.
  • 2. common lymphnode spread
  • 3. being multicentric
  • 4. metastasis to bone in early stages

Which of the statements given above are correct ?

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

93. Consider the following features

  • 1. Bossing of head
  • 2. Retarded growth
  • 3. Late milestones
  • 4. X-ray of wrist joint

Which of these features is/are helpful in confirming the Rickets?

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

94. Match List-I (X-Ray features) with List-II (Disease condition) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists
List-I                         List -II
(X-Ray features) (Disease condition)

  • A Sentinel loop 1. Ischaemic colitis
  • B Skip lesions  2. Ulcerative colitis
  • C. Thumb print  3. Acute pancreatitis
  • D. Pipe stem  4. Chronic disease

Codes

  • (a)A B C D
  • 3 4 1 2
  • (b) A C DB
  • 1 2 3 4
  • (c) A C DB
  • 3 2 1 4
  • (d) A B C D
  • 1 4 3 2

95.Where does rigor mortis start from ?

  • (a) Heart
  • (b) Kidney
  • (c) Stomach
  • (d) Eye

96. Koplik’s spots are pathognomonic of

  • (a) Chicken pox
  • (b) Dengue
  • (c) Measles .
  • (d) Addison’s disease

97. Eosinophilia is not a characteristic feature of

  • (a) Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • (b) Mycosis fungoides
  • (c) Rheumatoid arthritis
  • (d) Steroid therapy

98. The angle of Louis is

  • (a) used in measuring genu valgus
  • (b) the angle between the neck and shaft of the femur
  • (c) the angle of femoral triangle
  • (d) used in counting ribs

99. Poison Hemlock is the common name of

  • (a) Cicuta Virosa
  • (b) Conium maculatum
  • (c) Rhus tox
  • (d) Cimicifuga

100.Marasmüs of Abrotanum is characterized by

  • (a) Marasmus of neck
  • (b) Marasmus of lower extremities
  • (c)Marasmus of breast
  • (d)Marasmus of whole body

101. Which of the following medicines should be prescribed to a female-2lyears of age, newly married, has burning micturition and has to sit for a long period to pass urine with marked irritation at the genitals ?

  • (a) Cantharis
  • (b) Staphisagria’
  • (c) Nitric acid
  • (d) Sulphur

102. Inordinate craving for meat in children of tuberculosis parentage is characteristic of

  • (a) Magnesia carb
  • (b) Magnesia mur
  • (c) Antim crud
  • (d) Sulphur

103. Traumatic chronic neuritis, neuralgia of stump after amputation, burning and stinging pains are characteristics of

  • (a) Ledum Pal
  • (b) Staphisagria
  • (c) Allium Cepa
  • (d) Hypericum

104. Which one of the following medicines is indicated for the symptom : suicidal tendency on seeing knife or blood ?

  • (a) Arsenic Alb.
  • (b) Aurum Met.
  • (c) Natrum Sulph.
  • (d) Alumina.

105. Pain at conclusion of urination is a characteristic of

  • (a) Berberis V.
  • (b) Cantharis
  • (c) Sarsaparilla
  • (d) Lycopodium

106. Which one of the following statements is not correct ?

  • (a) Aqaricus affects left shoulder and right hip joint
  • (b) Hamamelis is the aconite of arterial capillary system
  • (c) Abrotanum can cure marasmus of lower limbs
  • (d) In epilepsy indicating cuprum met., aura begins in the knees and ascends

107. Which one of the following does not belong to the pathogenesis of Mezereum ?

  • (a) Aggravation of complaints at night
  • (b) Ulcers with thick whitish yellow scabs
  • (c) Teeth decay especially at the edges of the gums
  • (d) Bad effects of vaccination

108. Profuse perspiration after acute disease with relief of all sufferings is the peculiar symptom of

  • (a) Mercuris
  • (b) Psorium
  • (c) Sulphur.
  • (d) Syphilinum

109. Decided aversion to coitus (both sexes) is found in

  • (a) Sepia
  • (b) Lycopodium
  • (c) Graphites
  • (d) Selenium

110. Great indignation about things done by oneself or by others is a characteristic of

  • (a) Aurum met
  • (b) Staphisagria
  • (c) Lycopodium
  • (d) Gelsimium

111. Which one of the following drugs is required by a girl in her teens with nervous exhaustion who suffers from incessant and violent fidgety feeling in feet or lower extremities and moves them constantly ?

  • (a) Helleborus
  • (b) Kali Bromatum
  • (c) Sulphur
  • (d) Zincum Metallicum

112. Which one of the following is not a symptom of Euphrasia in respect of menses ?

  • (a) Early
  • (b) Scanty
  • (c) Short-duration
  • (d) Painful

113. A child suffering from acute tonsillitis is presented with the symptoms of throat pain associated with pain in ears which got aggravated by warm drinks and better by cold drinks. Which one of the following is the likely remedy ?

  • (a) Merc. Sol.
  • (b) Belladonna
  • (c) Arsenic album
  • (d) Phytolacca

114. Abdominal colic of colocynth is ameliorated by

  • (a) Bending double
  • (b) Bending backward
  • (c) Bending sidewise
  • (d) Standing erect

115.Which one of the following is the correct order that matches with the sequential order of ‘amelioration from coffee’, ‘aggravation from coffee’ and ‘desire for coffee’ ?

  • (a) Ignatia, Angustura, Chamomilla
  • (b) Angustura, Ignatia, Chamomilla
  • (c) Ignatia, Chamomilla, Angustura
  • (d) Chamomilla, Ignatia, Angustura

116.Which one of the following renal stones does not cast shadow in plain x-ray ?

  • (a) Oxalate
  • (b) Urate
  • (c) Phosphate
  • (d) Cystine

117. Consider the following symptoms

  • 1. Bad effects from loss of sleep
  • 2. Nausea, vomiting from riding in carriage
  • 3. Gall stones with pain under right shoulder blade
  • 4. Excessive prostration at menstrual nisus

Which of these are the guiding symptoms of Cocculus indica?

  • (a) l,3 and 4
  • (b) 2, 3 and 4
  • (c) 1, 2 and 4
  • (d) 1,2 and 3

118. Consider the following symptoms :

  • 1. Rheumatism and dysentery alternate
  • 2. Sexual desire absent in thin people
  • 3. Headache preceded by blindness
  • 4.Round ulcers of stomach

Which of the above features is/are found in Kali Bichromicum ?

  • (a) 1 and 2
  • (b) l only
  • (c) 1,3and 4
  • (d) 2and 4

119. Which of the symptoms given below is/are helpful for confirmation of phosphorus as the remedy?

  • 1. Anxiety for health of
  • 2. Desires salt, ice-cream, chocolates
  • 3. fair, fat, flabby
  • 4. Sleeps on right side .

Select the correct answer from the codes given below

  • (a) 3 only
  • (b) 1 2 and 4
  • (c) 1 and 3
  • (d) None

120. Match List-I (Medicine) with List-II(Guiding Mental Attributes) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list
List-I                          List -II
(Medicine)      (Guiding Mental Attributes)

  • A. Tuberculinum   1. Sympathetic nisus
  • B., Lycopodium    2. Melancholic
  • C. Causticum       3. Cosmopolitan
  • D. Aurum Met.     4. Greedy

Codes

  • (a) A B C D
  • 1 4 3 2
  • (b) A B C D
  • 3 4 1 2
  • (c) A B C D
  • 2 3 4 1
  • (d) A B C D

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