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Date posted: October 26, 2011

Time allowed: 1 hour 30 minutes
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1. Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia first published in the year

  • (A) 1795
  • (B) 1825
  • (C) 1802
  • (D) 1798

2. When passing flatus, sensation as if stool would pass with it. Awkward, hasty, drops things from nervous weakness

  • (A) Apis Mellifica
  • (B) Bovista
  • (C) Aloe Socotrina
  • (D) Natrum Muriaticum

3. Normal level of Creatinine in the blood serum is

  • (A)1.2-2.4 mg %
  • (B) 0.8-2.6 mg %
  • (C) 0.2-3.2 mg %
  • (D) 0.6-1.2 mg %

4. Mention preventive medicine for Japanese Encephalitis on the following symptoms.-Nocturnal aggravation, restless, fear of death, anxiety, thirsty, headache better by cold, other symptoms worse

  • (A) Aconite-Nap
  • (B) Arsenic-Alb
  • (C) Gelsemium
  • (D) Bryonia-Alb

5. Placebo is discussed in the organon in the aphorism

  • (A) § 270
  • (B) § 272
  • (C) § 280
  • (D) § 281

6. Music is unbearable, makes her sad during menses

  • (A) Sabina
  • (B) Natrum Carbonicum
  • (C) Aurum Metallicum
  • (D) Aconitum Napellus

7. `Law of simplex’ means

  • (A) Similar medicine
  • (B) Single medicine
  • (C) Simple medicine
  • (D) Single medicine in simple form

8. Mental confusion, cannot find the right word for anything. Rash before the menses

  • (A) Conium Maculatum
  • (B) Bovista
  • (C) Zincum Metallicum
  • (D) Dulcamara

9. Half homoeopathic remedy is

  • (A) Half dram homoeopathic medicine
  • (B) Half pound homoeopathic medicine
  • (C) The form and appearance homoeopathic but selection and application unhomoeopathic
  • (D) Allopathic drug

10. Tabacum is under the family of

  • (A) Polygonaceae
  • (B) Ericaceae
  • (C) Umbelliferae
  • (D) Solanaceae

11. Which one of the following do not take part in the boundary of Inguinal triangle?

  • (A) Lateral border of Rectus abdominis
  • (B) Inguinal ligament
  • (C) Linea Semilunaris
  • (D) Inferior epigastric artery

12. Maximum absorption of water takes place in

  • (A) Collecting tubules
  • (B) Loop of Henle
  • (C) Proximal convoluted tubule
  • (D) Distal convoluted tubule

13. Adapted to indolent, “weary” persons; Averse to either mental or physical labor. Itch appears each year, as winter approaches

  • (A) Hepar Sulphuris
  • (B) Rumex Crispus
  • (C) Aloe Socotrina
  • (D) Graphites

14. What is not the criteria of 2nd prescription?

  • (A) After the 1st  prescription that has acted
  • (B) The 1st  prescription is always a right one
  • (C) The 1st  prescription may be right or wrong
  • (D) Sufficient time has been passed after the first prescription and produce some changes in the patient

15. The natural order of podophyllum peltatum is

  • (A) Berberidaceae
  • (B) Liliaceae
  • (C) Umbelliferae
  • (D) Ranunculaceae

16. Medicine for after effects of eating decayed food, drinking alcohol and polluted water with symptoms of vomiting, purging, weakness, restless, frequent thirst

  • (A) Arsenic-Alb
  • (B) Baptisia
  • (C) Nux-Vom
  • (D) Pulsatilla

17. Vertigo, sensation as if falling to the left. Pains come quickly and go away as quickly

  • (A) Colocyrithis
  • (B) Eupatorium Perfoliatum
  • (C) Belladona
  • (D) Magnesia Phosphorica

18. Promotes expulsion of retained placenta due to atony of uterus with constant urging to urinate. Burning, cutting pains in urethra with increased sexual desire

  • (A) Arnica-Mont
  • (B) Belladona
  • (C) Cantharis
  • (D) Murex

19. The 8th cranial nerve is

  • (A) Abducent
  • (B) Facial
  • (C) Vagus
  • (D) Auditory

20. Habitat of Acalypha indica is

  • (A) England
  • (B) America
  • (C) Germany
  • (D) India

21. Which is not the characteristic symptom?

  • (A) Key-notes symptom
  • (B) Negative general symptom
  • (C) Determinative symptom
  • (D) Basic symptom

22. Sudden flushes of heat, followed by great nervous weakness and irregular intermitting pulse, occurring at the climacteric by least motion. Fatal syncope may occur when being raised to upright position

  • (A) Lachesis
  • (B) Sulphur
  • (C) Cinchona
  • (D) Digitalis Purpurea

23. Postpartum Haemorrhage due to atony of uterus after prolonged malhandled labour with soreness in abdomen

  • (A) Arnica-Mont
  • (B) Caulophyllum
  • (C) China-Off
  • (D) Sepia

24. Great soreness of all the parts upon which one lies. Aggravation lying on affected side

  • (A) Nux Moschata
  • (B) Baptisia Tinctoria
  • (C) Pyrogen
  • (D) Arnica Montana

25. Sundew is the common name of

  • (A) Sabadilla
  • (B) Sarsaparilla
  • (C) Drosera
  • (D) Thlaspi bursa pastoris

26. The principles of diet during homoeopathic treatment should be based on except

  • (A) Considering the minuteness of the doses everything must be removed from the diet and regimen which can have any medicinal action
  • (B) Suitable, nutritious, unmedicinal food and drink are to be taken by the patient
  • (C) In all acute diseases, the diet should be given according to patient’s urgent desire
  • (D) The desire of the patient affected by an acute disease with regard to food and drink is certainly, chiefly for things that give palliative relief

27. What medicine you prefer to prescribe in uric acid diathesis with blue urine, joint pain, nausea?

  • (A) Ars-Alb
  • (B) Benzoic Acid
  • (C) Bryonia-Alb
  • (D) Colchicum

28. In a chronic alcoholic patient all the following may be seen in the liver except

  • (A) Fatty degeneration
  • (B) Chronic hepatitis
  • (C) Granuloma formation
  • (D) Cholestatic hepatitis

29. Haemorrhages; blood oozes from mouth, nose, anus or sexual organs; black, thick, tar like, rapidly decomposing. When Arsenicum or the best selected remedy fails to relieve the burning pain of carbuncle or malignant ulceration

  • (A) Lachesis
  • (B) Apis Mellifica
  • (C) Anthracinum
  • (D) Crotalus Horridus

30. Drugs which are prepared from the morbid product are called

  • (A) Drugs
  • (B) Medicines
  • (C) Sarcodes
  • (D) Nosodes

31. Acute hydrocephalus, with open sutures; stupor, sight of one eye lost; constant and voluntary motion of one arm and one leg. Excretions diminished, specially urine and sweat

  • (A) Bryonia Alba
  • (B) Apocynum Cannabinum
  • (C) Zincum Metallicum
  • (D) Apis Mellifica

32. Labour pains-violent, spasmodic caused urging to stool or to urinate in irritable patient

  • (A) Cantharis
  • (B) Nux-Vom
  • (C) Pulsatilla
  • (D) Sulphur

33. Which one is right?

  • (A) There is no specific remedy in homoeopathy (B) There is specific remedy to the disease in homoeopathy
  • (C) There is specific remedy to the case of disease in homoeopathy
  • (D) There is specific remedy to a person in homoeopathy

34. Hammering headache from exposed to sun better by perspiration. Great debility and emaciation while living

well in constipated patient. Mention the medicine

  • (A) Belladona
  • (B) Bryonia
  • (C) Nat-Mur
  • (D) Pulsatilla

35. From which triturated potency the drug is converted to liquid potency

  • (A) 4x
  • (B) 6x
  • (C) 8x
  • (D) 12x

36. What is not the character of typical intermittent disease?

  • (A) A morbid state of unvarying character
  • (B) The morbid state returns at a ,tolerably fixed period
  • (C) The pattern is typically found in febrile intermittent disease only
  • (D) In between the two outbreaks, the patient appears to be in good health

37. Traumatic Chronic neuritis; neuralgia of stump after amputation; burning and stinging pains. Aggravates predominantly in the evening and in warm room

  • (A) Pulsatilla
  • (B) Sulphur
  • (C) Carbo Animalis
  • (D) Allium Cepa

38. Rheumatism of the shoulder joint, or at insertion of deltoid-worse from raising arm laterally and at night better by daybreak. Used to wash hands several times even it is clean. There is hereditary tendency to alcoholism. Mention the medicine

  • (A) Pulsatilla
  • (B) Rhus-Tox
  • (C) Ruta-G
  • (D) Syphilinum

39. Severe left sided inframammary pains. Heart troubles from reflex symptoms of uterus or overies. Heart’s action ceases suddenly; impending suffocation; palpitation from least motion

  • (A) Digitalis Purpurea
  • (B) Ustilago
  • (C) Actaea Racemosa
  • (D) Glonoine

40. The meaning of the abbreviation O.m is used in prescription writing

  • (A) Every morning
  • (B) Morning and Evening
  • (C) Only in the morning
  • (D) Alternate day morning

41. Caries of mastoid, Bloody Saliva, Old people with great weakness and diarrhoea

  • (A) Aurum Met
  • (B) Mere S
  • (C) Acid Nit
  • (D) Baryta C

42. The cause is known when questioned privately to the patient or when carefully interrogated. They are causes of a disgraceful character. What is the actual name of the cause?

  • (A) Exciting cause
  • (B) Maintaining cause
  • (C) Obvious cause
  • (D) Fundamental cause

43. Mastitis-pain worse least jar in Galactorrhoea helps to dry up breast milk in very forgetful patient with history of alternating sides tonsilar pain

  • (A) Asafoetida
  • (B) Bufo
  • (C) Lac-caninum
  • (D) Lycopodium

44. Which is not the character of epidemic intermittent fever?

  • (A) It is of the nature of chronic disease
  • (B) It is composed of single acute paroxysm
  • (C) It occurs in situations where none are endemic
  • (D) Patients (in an epidemic) who are suffering from developed psora are affected and show their individual peculiarity

45. Preparation of Mother tincture of Thuja occ is underclass of

  • (A) I
  • (B) II
  • (C) III
  • (D) IV

46. In Appendicities-pain in right iliac fossa worse by slightest touch, during sleep, in morning of haemorrhagic diathesis patient. Suggest the medicine

  • (A) Arnica-Mont
  • (B) Belladona
  • (C) Lachesis
  • (D) Lycopodium

47. Rheumatic affections, with contraction of the flexors and stiffness of the joints; tension and shortening of muscles. Must move constantly but motion does not relieve. It affects the right side most prominently

  • (A) Ammonium Muriaticum
  • (B) Cimex
  • (C) Guaiacum
  • (D) Causticum

48. Palliation is done by homoeopathic medicine following

  • (A) Law of contrary
  • (B) Law of similia
  • (C) Law of simplex
  • (D) All of the above

49. Prolapsed and indurated uterus from over-reaching or straining; Vascular Cornea

  • (A) Rhus Tox
  • (B) Con Mac
  • (C) Aurum Met
  • (D) Ruta G

50. Should never be given in syphilis; always aggravates the condition. The medicine is¬

  • (A) Syphilinum
  • (B) Aurum Met
  • (C) Ferrum Met
  • (D) Mere Sol

51. Acute idiosyncrasy is due to

  • (A) Acute miasm
  • (B) Chronic miasm
  • (C) Telluric cause
  • (D) Mateoric cause

52. Puerperal mania-very suspicious, talkative,obscene, lascivious, uncovers private parts, jealous, great hilarity, laughing mania

  • (A) Belladona
  • (B) Hyoscyamus
  • (C) Lachesis
  • (D) Sepia

53. Varicose veins and ulcers, obstinate long standing cases, in women who have borne many children having increased ability to exercise without danger. She is having cavities in tooth and likes cold drinks. Who is she?

  • (A) Acid-Fluor
  • (B) Arnica-Mont
  • (C) Coca
  • (D) Phosphorus

54. `Take the minimum symptoms of maximum importance’ is said by

  • (A) Dr. P. Schmidt
  • (B) Dr. Stapf
  • (C) Dr. Weir
  • (D) Dr. Gross

55. This medicine antidotes the bad effects of mercury

  • (A) Podophyllum
  • (B) Rhus Tox
  • (C) Ledum P
  • (D) Anacardium

56. Heels and balls of feet tender; time passes too slowly

  • (A) Stron C
  • (B) Medorrhinum
  • (C) Can Sat
  • (D) Lac Can

57. `Happy-go-lucky’ operation is written in Organon of Medicine in aphorism No.

  • (A) 37
  • (B) 51
  • (C) 59
  • (D) 156

58. Which is not true?

  • (A) Susceptibility is prior to contagion
  • (B) Psora is the sole fundamental cause of all chronic maladies
  • (C) The state of the disposition of the patient often chiefly determines the selection of the homceopathic remedy
  • (D) None of the above

59. Inactivity of rectum, even soft stool requires great straining. After lead poisoning, of emigrants

  • (A) Alumina
  • (B) Platina
  • (C) Silicea
  • (D) Ledum Palustre

60. All of them belong to Solanaceae except

  • (A) Dulcamara
  • (B) Stramonium
  • (C) Capsicum
  • (D) Veratrum Alb

61. A patient of post surgical operations; having stinging, smarting. Pains like the cutting of knife with history of onanism. Mention the medicine

  • (A) Arnica-Mont
  • (B) Chamomilla
  • (C) Nitric-Acid
  • (D) Staphisagria

62. Selection of potency depends on

  • (A) Susceptibility of the patient
  • (B) Nature, intensity, stage, duration and seat of the disease
  • (C) Previous treatment
  • (D) All of the above

63. Leucorrhoea-worse by mental depression happier when leucorrhoea is worse in weak rundown patient with violent sexual excitement

  • (A) China-off
  • (B) Nat-Mur
  • (C) Staphisagria
  • (D) None of the above

64. What is the similarity between antipathically chosen medicine with that of homoeopathically chosen medicine in a case?

  • (A) They are used both in small doses
  • (B) They touch precisely the same diseased point
  • (C) They are both called symptomatic treatment
  • (D) None of the above

65. Spluttering diarrhoea with forcible expulsion of noisy flatus

  • (A) Nat Sulph
  • (B) Aloe S
  • (C) Acalypha Ind
  • (D) Podophyllum

66. Qualification necessary for comprehending the image of a disease is described in Organon in aphorism No.

  • (A) 3
  • (B) 3, 4
  • (C) 83
  • (D) 83, 98

67. Patients crave things that make them sick. Epistaxis in daily attacks, with pale face

  • (A) Opium
  • (B) Carbo Veg
  • (C) Stanum Met
  • (D) Ipecac

68. Vertigo spreading from the occiput with diplopia, dim vision, loss of sight seems intoxicated when trying to move. Sensation of band around the head above eyes, scalp sore to touch

  • (A) Carbolic Acid
  • (B) Sulphur
  • (C) Silicea
  • (D) Gelsemium

69. Fistula in and with constipation, Abdominal Colic after anger-a relapse case after operation. Craving for tobacco of very sensitive patient to slightest mental impression; having spermatorrhoea with sunken feature; guilty abashed look. Select a medicine

  • (A) Acid-Phos
  • (B) Ignatia
  • (C) Sulphur
  • (D) None of the above

70. Kali Carb will bring on the menses, when Nat Mur though apparently indicated fails. It is the statement of

  • (A) Dr. T.F. Allen
  • (B) Dr. H.C. Allen
  • (C) Dr. Nash
  • (D) Dr. Hahnemann

71. A medicine was given to a child of nocturnal convulsion. He was irritable, cross, ill humoured averse to caresses, having naval pain, nausea, clean tongue, desire for sweets. Hungry but refuses mother’s milk. Convulsion stopped after passing lots of intestinal worms, what was the medicine?

  • (A) Bryonia-Alb
  • (B) Chamomilla
  • (C) Cina
  • (D) Staphisagria

72. Veratrum and cuprum alternately week about for the prevention of Asiatic cholera-was recommended by

  • (A) Hahnemann
  • (B) Boenninghausen
  • (C) Kent
  • (D) Aegedi

73. Diarrhoea as soon as he drinks. Swashing sensation in intestine, as from water, before stool. Constant urging to stool followed by sudden evacuation, which is shot out of the rectum

  • (A) Arsenicum Album
  • (B) Croton Tiglium
  • (C) Podophyllum
  • (D) Thuja Occidentalis 

74. Constipation from inactivity of rectum always before and during menses of sweaty and chilly patient. Unhealthy skin. Likes cold drinks

  • (A) Bryonia-Alb
  • (B) Lycopodium
  • (C) Nat-Mur
  • (D) Silicea

75. Cold bathing causes violent headache

  • (A) Tubercullinum
  • (B) Antim Crud
  • (C) Belladona
  • (D) Rhus Tox

76. Spinal irritation due to sexual excesses. Single vertebra sensitive to touch. Extremely sensitive to cold air

  • (A) Calcarea Ostrearum
  • (B) Psorinum
  • (C) Kali Phosphoricum
  • (D) Agaricus Muscarius

77. `The more I see a particular disease, the more I am able to treat it’, this is

  • (A) Expression
  • (B) Speculation
  • (C) Prejudices
  • (D) Egotism

78. Asthma in children, Piles swollen, pain most severe when sitting, Worse at night from heat of bed

  • (A) Nat Sulph
  • (B) Collinsonia
  • (C) Thuja oc
  • (D) Syphilinum

79. Which one is correct?

  • (A) Alternating action is a type of primary action
  • (B) Rheumatism alternates with dysentery-an example of alternating action
  • (C) The medicines having alternating action are mentioned in Aph. 115 of Organon of Medicine
  • (D) All of the above

80. Very forgetful in business but during sleep dreams of what he had forgotten

  • (A) Medorrhinum
  • (B) Selenium
  • (C) Nux Mos
  • (D) Arg Nit

81. Coition prevented by extreme sensitiveness of the vagina with left ovaritis and cystitis

  • (A) Lachesis ,
  • (B) Platina
  • (C) Sepia
  • (D) Thuja-Occ

82. Breast is full, stony, hard and painful, especially when suppuration is inevitable. Great exhaustion and profound prostration of the patient. Emaciation, chlorosis; loss of fat. The medicine hastens suppuration

  • (A) Hepar Sulphuris
  • (B) Silicea
  • (C) Mercurius Solubilis
  • (D) Phytolacca

83. In intermittent fever Nat Mur follows this medicine well when type changes

  • (A) China
  • (B) Kali Bi
  • (C) Lachesis
  • (D) Ignatia

84. Constipation: Since puberty; since last confinement; when away from home; of infants; with ineffectual urging; rectum contracts and protrudes during stool, developing piles. Canine hunger; the more he eats, the more he craves. Headache if he does not eat

  • (A) Anacardium
  • (B) Cina
  • (C) Lac Defloratum
  • (D) Lycopodium Clavatum

85. Restless fidgety starts at least noise. Disgust for meat and warm food

  • (A) Silicea
  • (B) Theridion
  • (C) Phosphorus
  • (D) Nux vom

86. Dr. Mahendralal Sarkar was greatly influenced and converted to Homoeopathy by reading

  • (A) Organon of Medicine by Dudgeon
  • (B) Organon of Medicine by Boericke
  • (C) Philosophy of Homoeopathy by Hahnemann
  • (D) Philosophy of Homoeopathy by Morgan

87. Symptoms following sour food and drink. Thirst for cold milk. Follows well after Nux in fainting

  • (A) Sulphur
  • (B) Antim C
  • (C) Acid Phos
  • (D) Mag Cark

88. Headache ceases during menses; returns when flow disappears with fidgety feet

  • (A) Lachesis
  • (B) Nat-Mur
  • (C) Sepia
  • (D) Zinc-Met

89. Leucorrhoea; transparent, but staining linen yellow; passes imperceptibly from the very relaxed parts

  • (A) Syphilinum
  • (B) Natrum Phosphoricum
  • (C) Agnus Castus
  • (D) Cyclamen Europaeum

90. Which one is incorrect for Lycopodium?

  • (A) Baby cries all day, sleeps all night
  • (B) Waking in morning feeling hungry
  • (C) Complementary Iodine
  • (D) Burning between scapulae as of hot coals

91. According to Aph. 247 of Organon of Medicine, in acute diseases medicine can be repeated at

  • (A) Every 24, 8, 6 hourly
  • (B) Every 24, 12, 8, 4 hourly
  • (C) Every 24, 8, 6, 4 hourly
  • (D) Every 24, 12, 8 hourly

92. Hahnemann’s 1st , 2nd and 3rd chronic criiasms are

  • (A) Syphilis, Psora and Sycosis
  • (B) Syphilis, Sycosis and Psora
  • (C) Psora, Syphilis and Sycosis
  • (D) Sycosis, Syphilis and Psora

93. Pain in pit of stomach; worse by bending forward; relieved by sitting erect. Severe stitching pain in right eye and orbit

  • (A) Bry Alb
  • (B) Kalmia Lat
  • (C) Dioscorea Vil
  • (D) Sang Nit

94. Large dose of specific medicine is advised to be used in¬

  • (A) Primary manifestations of chronic miasms
  • (B) Secondary manifestations of chronic miasms
  • (C) Incurable diseases
  • (D) None of the above

95. Sweats while eating, infallible for stooping, a cold commencing with sneezing and numbness tingling of tongue; the medicine

  • (A) Ignatia
  • (B) Nat Mur
  • (C) Sanicula
  • (D) Capsicum

96. Convulsion, with blue face and clenched thumbs; Clonic spasms; beginning in fingers and toes, and spreading over entire body; during pregnancy; puerperal convulsions; after fright or vexation; from metastasis from other organs to brain

  • (A) Zincum Metallicum
  • (B) Cuprum Metallicum
  • (C) Aethusa Cynapium
  • (D) Helleborus Niger

97. Uterine inertia during labor. Constipation in children with nocturnal enuresis

  • (A) Kreosotum
  • (B) Caulophyllum
  • (C) Causticum
  • (D) All of the above

98. Menopausal flashing and hot perspiration with loquacity, great sensitiveness to touch

  • (A) Acid-Nit
  • (B) Graphites
  • (C) Lachesis
  • (D) Sulphur

99. The four epochal figures in the history of Medicine are¬

  • (A) Hippocrates, the observer; Galen, the disseminator; Paracelsus, the assailer; Hahnemann, the experimenter
  • (B) Hahnemann, the observer; Hippocrates, the assailer; Galen, the experimenter; Paracelsus, the disseminator
  • (C) Hahnemann, the observer; Paracelsus, the experimenter; Galen, the disseminator; Hippocrates, the assailer
  • (D) Hippocrates, the observer; Galen, the assailer; Paracelsus, the disseminator; Hahnemann, the experimenter

100. The medicine indicated in diseases where the system has been injured by the abuse of Mercury

  • (A) Podophyllum        (B) Hepar Sulph
  • (C) Merc Sol                  (D) Puls Nig

We are  thankful to Dr. Jehan Ara PGT NIH Kolkatta for this question paper

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  1. Dr Deepak Najkani says:

    Respected Sir, The Answer key is not available of this paper. where should I check for the answer key?

  2. Soon I will submit a correct answer key.

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