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Part. II MD Homeopathy Question Papers

Tamil Nadu MGR University MD Homoeopathy Question Papers

Tamil Nadu MGR University MD Homoeopathy Question Papers

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Homoeopathic Philosophy and Organon of Medicine Part 1

Practice of Medicine Part 1 

Materia Medica Part 1

Repertory  Part 1

Research Methodology Bio-statistics and History of Medicine 

Homoeopathic Philosophy & Practice of Homeopathy in Specialities Part II

Homoeopathic Philosophy & Organon of Medicine Part II 

Basic Materia Medica Part II

Comparative Materia Medica & Practice of Homeopathy in Specialities Part II

General Medicine including Tropical Medicine Part II

Practice of Homeopathy in Specialities Part II

Pediatrics Part II

Paediatrics Paper 2 Part II

 

2011

Man in Health

Man in Disease

History of Medicine and Statistics and Research Methods

MD Homoeopathy Pharmacy Question Bank

PAPER I 

Question Bank for  Postgraduate Courses  in Homoeopathy Pharmacy prepared for RGUHS Karnataka

Section I  – Philosophy

Long Essay:     (20 marks)

  1. Describe the evolution of cardinal principles of Homoeopathy.
  2. Justify the concept of the use of External Applications in Homoeopathy.
  3. What are the Do’s and Don’ts in case of administration of Remedy?
  4.  Compare Hahnemann’s logic on potentisation with that of the modern science.

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Write about any one modern concept of potentisation.
  2. Give Dunham’s guidelines for dose selection in Drug Proving.
  3. Write down Stuart Close’s view point on Susceptibility and Posology.

Knowledge of drug substance

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Describe the taxonomical and pharmacological classification of Homoeopathic drugs.
  2. Write an essay on the constituents of Drugs. How these constituents can influence the action of drugs?
  3. Write about the depth, intensity and miasmatic action of Staphysagria.
  4. Write about the depth, intensity and miasmatic action of Lycopodium.

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Toxicological action of  Aconitum napellus
  2. Collection of Cantharis
  3. Preparation of Calcarea carb
  4. Chemical constituents of Stramonium

PAPER I

Section II – Drug standardisation

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Explain the basic procedure of Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC).
  2. Describe the importance of chemical tests in the identification of Mother Tinctures. State the chemical tests for at least three mother tinctures.
  3. What are the methods of estimating moisture content in a drug substance?

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Determination of Weight per Millilitre.
  2. Use of UV spectro-photometer in the identification of Homoeopathic Medicines.
  3. Determination of alcohol content in a mother tincture
  4. Describe Bio-assay.

Drug proving

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Write in detail about the dose of drug (proving substance) in drug proving, as described by Hahnemann and that accepted by the CCRH.
  2. Describe the duties of a prover during drug proving
  3. How will you record the symptoms in drug proving

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Write a short note on complete proving of a drug
  2. What are the guidelines of proving a second drug on the same prover?
  3. Write a note on the publication of authentic materia medica and Repertory.

Posology

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Write in detail about indications and contra-indications for high potency.
  2. Discuss in detail the basic concepts in determining the dose and repetition of Homoeopathic medicines.
  3. What are the variables in determining the dose of a drug?

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Write a short note on minimum dose.

Industrial pharmacy

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. What are minimum requirements for Homoeopathic Pharmaceuticals specified in Indian Laws?
  2. Explain the standard operating procedures for manufacturing and standardisation of Lactose.
  3. Explain the standard operating procedures for manufacturing and standardisation of Globules.
  4. Explain the standard operating procedures for manufacturing and standardisation of Tablets.
  5. Classify Solid Dosage Forms and explain each of them.
  6. Classify liquid Dosage Forms and explain each of them.
  7. Classify Semi-Solid Dosage Forms and explain each of them.
  8. Give an account of packaging of Homoeopathic pharmaceuticals.
  9. What are the different extraction methods? Enumerate the merits and demerits of Homoeopathic extraction process.
  10. Discuss the functions of production planning and control in homoeopathic pharmaceuticals. Explain the procedures with application.
  11. Define the terms ‘sales’, ‘promotion’ and ‘advertisement’. Describe their functions in marketing of homoeopathic pharmaceuticals.

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Explain the term ‘pharmaco kinetics’ in context of homoeopathy and modern science.
  2. Outline the human resource distribution in a homoeopathic pharmaceuticals company.
  3. Write down the details required for the preparation of batch production and control records.

PAPER II

Section I – Experimental pharmacology

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. What are the important behavioural and pharmacological models currently available for the evaluation of learning and memory process? What is your opinion about utility of these in testing homoeopathic medicines?
  2. Describe an experiment to the study CNS depressant property of a drug using an activity cage. State the possible utility of this experiment in studying homoeopathic medicines.
  3. What are ethical requirements for animal experimentation?
  4. What are the effects of Psycho active drugs on consciousness? Explain with reference to Alcohol, Caffeine and Tobacco. What is the scope of Homoeopathy in dealing with the addition of these substances?
  5. Discuss the different animal models used in experimental pharmacology.

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Social interaction test.
  2. General screening method of Hypnotic drugs.
  3. Physiologic salt solutions
  4. Animal house facility

Pharmacopoeia

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Explain the HPI with respect to changes in each volume
  2. Write in detail about the arrangement of monographs in under each class of sources of drugs.
  3. What are the methods adopted by GHP for the preparation of Homoeopathic medicines?

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. Describe the history and development of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia with special emphasis to HPI.
  2. Finished product standards recommended by HPI and their importance.
  3. What are anomalies of HPI
  4. Write down the degree of coarseness or fineness of a powder and various sieves as specified in HPI.
  5. Describe about the method of preparation of Nosodes as recommended by HPI.
  6. What are the special features of Homoeopathic pharmacopoeia of France?

PAPER II

Section II – Legislation

Long Essay:(20 marks)

  1. Define the terms ‘Drugs’, ‘Cosmetics’, ‘Manufacture’, ‘Patent and Proprietary medicine’, ‘Spurious drugs’, ‘Misbranded cosmetics’ and ‘Standards of Quality’.
  2. Write down the general procedure for obtaining a Licence for manufacturing of homoeopathic drugs.
  3. Write down the general procedure for obtaining a Licence for sale of homoeopathic drugs.
  4. How far have the provisions of the Narcotic and Psychotropic substance Act been instrumental in saving people from addiction to Narcotic drugs and Psychotic substances?
  5. Discuss the provisions relating to manufacture of Homoeopathic preparations containing Alcohol.

Short Essay:(10 marks)

  1. How does the manufacture of alcoholic preparations ‘Outside bond’ differ from that ‘Inside bond’? Discuss the merits and demerits of each.
  2. Define the ‘Magic Remedies’. What types and classes of advertisements are exempted under the act?

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RGUHS MD Homeopathy Psychiatry Question Papers

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final Year MD Homoeopathy Degree Examination  – May 2010
Time : 3 Hours   Marks : 100

Homoeopathic Psychiatry – Paper 1
Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY             2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Describe in detail about the limbic lobe with various circuits and its functions.

2. Explain the Neuropsychiatric manifestation of carcinoma_


SHORT ESSAY
   6 X 10 = 60 Marks

3. A Define stress. Explain the concepts of stress and conflicts.

4. Discuss in detail about aetiopathogenesis of psychiatric  disorders.

5. What is Psychopathology causing hallucination and delusion?

6. What is psychometric? Mention the various  psychological test and its use.

7. Narrate the interviewing techniques in not co operative patients.

8. Define learning and explain various theories of learning.

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final Year MD Homoeopathy Degree Examination  – May 2010
 Time : 3 Hours   Marks : 100
 Homoeopathic Psychiatry – Paper 11  


LONG ESSAYS     
2 x 20 = 40 marks

1. How will you examine a psychiatry case and prepare a case card with special mention of Homoeopathic medicine. .

2. Describe aetiology, Clinical feature and psychopathology of schizophrenia.

SHORT ESSAY        6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Miasmatic evaluation of claustrophobia

4. Write in brief on sexual & Gender disorders.

 5. Describe the biochemical and psychological theories of depression

 6. Describe the clinical features of BRIQUET”S syndrome and management

 7. Describe aetiology, Clinical features and  Homoeopathic management of  infantile autism

8. National mental health programme.

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final Year MD Homoeopathy Degree Examination  – May 2011
Time : 3 Hours   Marks : 100
Homoeopathic Psychiatry – Paper 1  

LONG ESSAY       2 x 20 = 40 Marks

 1. Describe the classification of mental disorders according to Hahnemann

2. Discuss the role of social and environmental conditions in causation of mental disorders


SHORT ESSAY     
6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Interviewing a patient with psychiatry problem

4. Discuss various personalities.

5. Sigismund schlomo freud

6. When was “Psychiatry” was coined as themedical specialty

7. Behavioral neurology

 8. Concepts of normality

 Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final Year MD Homoeopathy Degree Examination  – May 2010
Time : 3 Hours   Marks : 100
 Homoeopathic Psychiatry – Paper. II 

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY     2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Differentiate the mind of Psora, Syphilis, and Sycosis in mood disorder.

2. Describe the mental retardation. Methods of IQ  assessment and the role of parental counseling


SHORT ESSAY          
 6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Describe in detail about the Dhat syndrome and its Homoeopathic management.

4. Discuss the aetiology clinical picture of puerperal psychosis, give indication of five drugs

5. Define “Rape” classify and discuss the management of its victims.

6. Describe the various dissociative disorders with Clinical features.

7. Admission and discharge procedure for mentally ill patients in mental hospital

8. Give A Brief Account of prevention in psychiatry.

Courtesy : Dr Ram Jyothish

RGUHS MD Homeopathy Practice of Medicine Question Papers

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2011
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100

PRACTICE OF MEDICINE – PAPER – I (Revised Scheme 2)
Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions


LONG ESSAY
(Answer Any Two)  2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Write the classification of CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES. Write in detail about AORTIC STENOSIS & AORTIC REGURGITATION, along with Homoeopathic management.

2. What is HAEMOPTYSIS? Enumerate causes & discuss in detail about BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA, in terms of aetiopathogenesis, pathology, clinical features, prognosis and its miasmatic evolution.

SHORT ESSAY          6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Define CHOLERA  & write its aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis prognosis, complications & Homoeopathic management.

4. Define JAUNDICE. Describe the different types of jaundice along with Homoeopathic approach.

5. Write about deficiency disorders of VIT A & D. What is the role of Hlomoeopathy in treating deficiency disorders. How do you co-related its miasma.

6. Write the aetiopathogenesis, pathology & complications of ATERIOSCLEROSIS, along with its miasmatic background.

7. What are the differences between GASTRIC & DUODENAL ULCERS. Give indications nitric-acid, kreosote?  Discuss.

8. Enumerate the cause of RECTAL BLEEDING with differential diagnosis and prognosis from Homoeopathic stand point.

Rajiv Gandhi Umversity of Health Sciences
Final year M. D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2011
Time: 3 Hours  Max. Marks: 100
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE – PAPER –  II (Revised Scheme 2)
Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

LONG ESSAY  2 X 20 = 40 Marks

1. Explain aetiopathogenesis, clinical feature diagnosis & Homoeopathic management of HYPERTHYROIDISM, Evaluate & explain in detail about the miasmatic evolution of THYROIDINUM.

2. Explain the miasmatic influence in relation to aetiology, pathology, signs and symptoms y complications of RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. Write the management and homoeopathic  approach.

SHORT ESSAY       6 X 10 = 60 Marks

3. Write the causation & clinical manifestations of ANXIETY NEUROSIS, explain indications of homoeopathic drugs.

4. Discuss the clinical features & differential diagnosis of ALLERGIC DERMATITIS, along with its Homoeopathlc approach, Evolve psoric picture.

5. Give aetiology, signs and symptoms INFANTILE DIARRHOEA. Explain its miasmatic trait.

 6. Write about the pathogenesis, clinical features, investigations & diagnosis of OSTEOPOROSIS, along with its Homoeopathic management.

7. Discuss the pathology, clinical features, investigations & management of MULTIPLE MYELOM  along with its miasmatic evolution.

8. Write the classification of CUSHINGS SYNDROME, the clinical features & explain genome theory of homoeopathy.

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M. D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2010
Time: 3 Hours  Max. Marks: 100
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE – PAPER –  1 (Revised Scheme 2)
Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. 

LONG ESSAY     2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Define protein energy ‘Malnutrition in  young children. Describe in  detail about its aetiopathogenesls, clinical features, complications general management with indications of 5 homoeopathic drugs

2. Define cardiomyopathy, describe in detail about its, aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, complications, investigation general management with indication of 5 homoeopathic drugs .

SHORT ESSAY   6 X 10 : 60 Marks

3. How will manage  a case of polycystic kidney disease?

4. Various causes of splenomegaly

5. Parkinson’s disease — Explain its miasmatic background give indications for 3 drugs.

6. Renal Function test

7. Ciinical and laboratory diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis

8. Compare various types of anaemia with miasmatic background

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M. D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2010
Time: 3 Hours  Max. Marks: 100
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE – PAPER –  II (Revised Scheme 2)
Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary.


Long Essay
    2 x 20 = 40 marks

1. Define osteoarthritis. Describe in detail about it and give 5 homoeopathic drugs indicated for it.

2. Define Leukemia, Describe in detail about chronic myeloid leukemia with miasmatlc background

SHORT ESSAY  6 X 10 = 60 Marks

3. Compare and Contrast causticum and Agaricus in cervical spondylosis

 4. Radiological diagnosis in gastro intestinal disease.

 5. What do you mean by phaeochromocytoma? Describe its clinical feature and complication.

 6. Compare and’ contrast Lachesis and conium mac in menopausal syndrome along with  miasmatic approach.

7. Absence  Seizure –  in whom it is common? What is the types ?  write the scope of homeopathy

8. Tumour Markers — A Clinical Evaluation. · ‘

 Courtesy : Dr Ram Jyothish

RGUHS MD Homeopathy Pharmacy Question Papers

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2011
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pharmacy   PAPER — I

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY (Answer Any Two) 2 X 20 = 40 Marks

1. Explain in detail about the various drug constituents present in a plant

2. Explain the evolutionary analysis of drug dynamisation

SHORT ESSAY  6 X 10 = 60 Marks

3. Standardizing homoeopathic vehicles

4. Disadvantages of animal proving

5. Sphere and span of action `

6. Determination of Wt per ml

 7. Legal value of prescription

8. Thin layer chromatography

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2011
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pharmacy   PAPER — II

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY (Answer Any Two) 2 X 20 = 40 Marks

1. Describe the modern method of ointment preparation. Add a comment on the use of external application by Dr. Hahnemann

2. Describe the various pharmacological model currently used and their utility in the experiment pharmacology

SHORT ESSAY 6 X 10 = 60 Marks

3. Homoeopathic central council Act 1973 (53 of 1973)

4. Test sieve recommended by HPI

5. Ethical requirements for animal experimentation

6. SANMONTO’S apparatus

7. Physiological salt solution .

8. How will you run the drugs industry more economic and profitable

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2010
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pharmacy   PAPER — I

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY  2 X 20 = 40 Marks

1. Describe the different classes of mother tincture preparation according to Dr. Hahnemann.

2. Describe the various analytical methods and techniques in standardizing  Homoeopathic drugs?

SHORT ESSAY     6×10 = 60 marks

3.  Components of prescription

4. Preparation of nosodes

5. Laboratory study  of drugs

6. Different  serial dilution & Potentistion

7. Percolation

8. Estimation of Total solids.

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2010
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pharmacy   PAPER — II

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY (Answer Any Two) 2 X 20 = 40 Marks

1. What are the advanced pharmacological and Behavioral models for the evaluation and memory process? Write your opinion about the utility of these in testing Homoeopathic potencies.

2. Write the variables in determining the doses of a drug and how will you asses the span and sphere of  action.

SHORT ESSAY   6×10 = 60 Marks

3. Jenichen’ s high potency

4. Homoeopathic dose

5. Physiological action of plumbum met

6. Scope of animal experimentation in Homoeopathic  Pharmacy

7.  LD50 and ED50

Courtesy : Dr Ram Jyothish

RGUHS MD Homeopathy Pediatrics Question Papers

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2011
Homeopathic Pediatrics – PAPER — I (Revised Scheme  2)
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY      2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Enumerate the causes of low birth weight? Describe the management and role of Homoeopathy in such cases?

2. How will you approach a case of “Failure to thrive” in a child? Describe its management and indications of four important remedies?

SHORT ESSAY               6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Describe the causes of bedwetting? Give the indications of Equisetum, Kreosote, Nat.mur and Cina?

4. Breast feeding — Recommendations and contraindications? Give the indications of three important homoeopathic remedies to promote breast milk?

5. Describe the causes of malnutrition? How will you approach such cases?

6. What is somnambulism? Describe Homeopathic Management?

7. what is Primary Complex? Describe its clinical course and Homeopathic Management?

8. Describe the factors affecting adolescent health and development? Give indications of Pulsatilla, Calc.phos and Nat.mur?

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final Year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination — May 2011
Time: 3 Hours     Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pediatrics   PAPER — II

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY                   2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Describe the causes, clinical features, investigations and management of Acute renal failure? Give indications of four important Homeopathic remedies?

2. What is Anaemia? Describe the classification, clinical features and investigations of anaemia in childhood? Give indications of Ca|c.phos and Fer.phos?

SHORT ESSAY              6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Explain about Celiac disease and its management? Give indications of three important Homoeopathic remedies?

4. Explain about Juvenile Rheumatoid arthritis? Give indications of three important Homoeopathic l remedies?

5. What are the causes of convulsions in children? Give indications of Belladona. Cup.met and Helliborus?

6. Describe infantile tremor syndrome? Give indications of three important Homoeopathic remedies?

7. Describe the aetiology, clinical course and complications of Dengue fever? Write its Homeopathic management?

 8. Describe the etiology, clinical manifestations of scabies? Give indications of Merc sol, Sulphur and Ars.alb?

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination- May 2010
Homeopathic Pediatrics  PAPER — I (Revised Scheme — 2)

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG ESSAY   2 x 20 = 40 Marks

1. Explain the physiology of Thyroid gland describing the production of thyroid hormones. Describe the aetiology, pathogenesis and clinical features  of cretinism.

2.  Describe Attention deficit Hyperactive Child with indication of Aurum Metallicum, Tarentula and Hyocyamus

SHORT ESSAYS            6 x 10 = 60 Marks

3. Juvenile Diabetes Mellitus with indication of Helonias Dioca and Urarnium itricum

4. Failure to thrive

5. Casal’s Collar – name the deficiency with in disease cause by manifestation.

6. Indication of Filix Mas and  Spigelia in diseases caused by Cesstodes

 7. Hyponatraemia — Pathogenesis, clinical presentation and Management

8. Describe the organism, source, clinical feature and diagnosis of Weil’s disease.

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Final year M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination – May 2010
Time: 3 Hours        Max. Marks: 100
Homeopathic Pediatrics  PAPER – II

Your answers should be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat labeled diagrams wherever necessary. Answer all questions

LONG Essays   2×20 = 40 marks

1. Describe in detail pathophysiology, clinical evaluation of neonatal jaundice with its homoeopathic management .

2. Discuss in detail vitamin D deficiency syndrome in early childhood & role of homoeopathy in its  management.

 SHORT ESSAY                          6 x 10 : 60Marks

3.· Describe scabies in detail with its homoeopathic management. .

 4. Management of  Bed wetting

 5. Homoeopathic management of vomiting in pediatric group

6. Tonsillitis in pediatric age group with its management

7. Discuss Rickets

8. Haematuria & Its homoeopathic management

Courtesy : Dr Ram Jyothish

RGUHS Homoeopathy MD Pediatrics Question Bank

Prepared for the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences 

CHILD NUTRITION

  1. Explain EAR (Estimated Average Requirement), how does it differ from RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance). Justify normal requirements of protein, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and vitamins for Infants.
  2. Explain the concept of Family Pot Feeding.
  3. Identify the need for preparation of the mother for Breast feeding with initiation and techniques of feeding. Give composition of colostrum (breast milk).
  4. Give indications for initiating supplementary feeding and starting of weaning methods.
  5. Discuss Lactation Failure and feeding problems, with comparative advantages of Infant Feeding Formulas. Discuss Homoeopathic remedies for management of such cases.
  6. Enlist requirements for best Infant Feeding Formula. Under what conditions would such formula be required for infant.
  7. Briefly discuss feeding problems during first year of life with Homoeopathic remedies for each.
  8. Give 12 points of breast feeding. What are the principles of weaning. What are the practical tips for weaning. Are there any contraindications to breast feeding?
  9. Short note: Breast milk diarrhoea.
  10. Indicate the importance of history and physical examination for assessment of nutritional status. Quote the expected values of  noraml growth for a child of five years.
  11. Define SCU( Severe Childhood undernutrition)[PEM]. Classify SCU according to IAP,Wellcome trust. Elucidate pathophysiology, clinical features and complications.
  12. Ennumerate laboratory features of SCU .Highlight the diet for SCU along with management.
  13. Compare and contrast between foremilk and hindmilk.
  14. Write about the nutritional deficiency syndromes and vitamin deficiency states. Discuss the perspective that a homoeopathic physician should take in handling these conditions. Mention about miasmatic influences.
  15. Discuss the complications and prognosis of Vitamin A deficiency along with daily requirements. Write about common food sources.
  16. Discuss clinical manifestations of Niacin ( and Pyridoxine) along with its pathophysiology. What forms the diagnostic points of Niacin deficiency?
  17. Discuss the etiology, clinical manifestations of Vitamin C deficiency with laboratory investigations. Briefly write about diet modifications in such conditions with scope of homoeopathy.
  18. Give DD of Rickets. Discuss pathology of Rickets with its prognosis.
  19. Write a short note on Infantile Tetany.
  20. Discuss the effects of Vitamin K deficiency along with the miasmatic background. What are the scope of homoeopathy in such conditions.
  21. Write briefly about Hypervitaminosis A and D.
  22. Compare and contrast Kwashiorkar and Marasmus with laboratory findings.
  23. Discuss factors related to Obesity and discuss DD. What are the clinical features, complications of morbid obesity. Mention screeninjg criteria for obesity with few homoeopathic remedies.

Growth and development

  1. What are the types of development occuring in foetus. Briefly mention milestones of Prenatal development.
  2. Write about threats for foetal development. Elucidate the scope of Homoeopathy in such cases and need for miasmatic evaluation to give prophylaxis.
  3. Discuss the concepts in growth and development.
  4. What are the factors influencing the Newborn. Explain the role of Homoeopathic physician in developmental assessment and intervention of newborn.
  5. Discuss in detail implications of important milestones in early infancy and childhood along with age of normal occurance.
  6. Discuss the average age of attainment of communication and language skills (also :gross motor, fine motor, cognitive skills). Highlight the scope of Homoeopathic medicines in impairement of attainment of skills.
  7. List all important milestones till the age of 24 months.
  8. Short notes: significance of social smile (similarly for all milestones). What is the significance of early achievement of a milestone. How can a Homoeopath use this data to understand the individuality of the child.
  9. Short note: Breathe holding spells.
  10. Write about chronology of Dentition of primary and secondary teeth. Discuss about the problem concerned with the dentition along with Homoeopathic therapeutics.
  11. Comment about emerging patterns of behaviour from one to five yrs of age. What are the difficulties faced by the children during the transitions.
  12. What are the routine Anthropometric measures employed for assesssing normal growth and development of the child. Give the normal ranges for all the measures.
  13. Discuss the importance of the Anthropometric measurements for interpretation of normal growth and development in Under nourishment cases. Briefly mention various instruments used for the same.
  14. Write in brief various Anthropometric measurements and discuss the interpretations in their variations from normal.
  15. Write about Age-independent Anthropometric measures with the formulas to calculate. How to apply Sexual Maturity Rating.
  16. Discuss about perceptual, cognitive, language processes required in school going children. Also brief about the problem occuring as a cause of this with scope of Homoeopathy.
  17. Discuss about the central issues in Early, Middle, Late Adolescence. Also brief about the problem occuring as a cause of this with scope of Homoeopathy.
  18. What do the terms percentile and standard deviation convey in the interpretation of growth charts. How frequently does one monitor growth and development.
  19. Mention various indices present in the growth chart and highlight the significance of growth charts.
  20. Discuss the importance of growth charts. What is Road to Health signify.How does one analyse the growth patterns from the growth charts to interpret abnormal growth patterns.
  21. How to assess developmental delay with the help of growth charts. Write in detail about preventable causes for the same.
  22. Discuss in detail the etiology of Failure to Thrive. What is the role of psychology in such cases. How Homoeopathy can be effective along with nutritional supplementation. Discuss miasmatic influences.
  23. Write about Chronic illness of Childhood. Discuss the scope of Homoeopathy in management of such cases, mention few remedies under each conditions.
  24. How to approach the child with psychological disorders. How to assess the normal psychological growth and development in child.
  25. Short note: Psychosomatic illness in children.
  26. Mention in length the models of care in Pediatric Palliative Care along with scope of Homoeopathy. 

Normal child

  1. Discuss in length what are the charecteristics of a NORMAL CHILD. What factors are assessed in all children to rule out any problem.
  2. Discuss the need to know the parameters of the NORMAL CHILD. How can a Homoeopathic physician benefit from such an assessment.
  3. Write about the guidelines to evaluate and classify as a Normal child. How can one employ principles of Homoeopathy for protection of the Normalcy?

Ethical issues in pediatric

  1. Discuss about common Ethical problems faced in Pediatrics.
  2. Write in brief about Child Abuse and various laws supporting its abolishion in India.
  3. Short note: Paternalism.
  4. What are the criterias for withholding and withdrawing life support. Mention the five characteristics of IDEAL OBSERVER THEORY.
  5. Short note: “Baby Doe” dilemma.
  6. Compare the use of Active and Passive Euthanasia.
  7. How do you  justify screening in population. Mention the aspects of Adolescent Health Care.

Pathophysiology of body fluids and fluid therapy and relevance of biochemic therapy

  1. Write in brief about regulation of body water and electrolyte.
  2. Write in brief about acid-base equilibrium.
  3. Write in brief about dyselectrolytemias.
  4. Write in brief about disturbances in acid-base balance.
  5. Write in short about fluid and electrolyte therapy.
  6. Write in short about fluid therapy in special situations.

Critical care pediatrics

  1. Write in short about resuscitation of the newborn?
  2. How will you manage a case of cardiac arrest in children?
  3. How will you manage a case of asthma?
  4. How will you manage a case of croup?
  5. Write approach to the child of COMA and how will you manage?
  6. Write approach to the child of seizures and how will you manage?
  7. How will you manage a case of heart failure in children?
  8. How will you manage a case of acute renal failure in children?
  9. How will you manage a case of bleeding disorder in children?
  10. How will you manage a case of anaphylaxis in children?
  11. Write approach to the management of the severely injured child?
  12. Write approach to the management of the head injury in a child?
  13. Write approach to the management of the fracture in a child?
  14. Write approach to the management of the thermal injury in a child?

Neonatal infections, congenital abnormalities, genetic disorders and their homoeopathic therapeutics

  1. Write in brief about neonatal sepsis?
  2. Write in brief about pneumonia in newborn and its management?
  3. Write in brief about meningitis in newborn and its management?
  4. How will you diagnosis a case of neonatal jaundice and write its homoeopathic management?
  5. Write in brief about respiratory distress syndrome and its management?
  6. Write in brief about birth asphyxia and its management?
  7. Write in brief about neonatal seizures and its management?
  8. How will you diagnosis a case of down syndrome and write homoeopathic management?
  9. How will you diagnosis a case of turner syndrome and write homoeopathic management?
  10. How will you diagnosis a case of klinefelter syndrome and write homoeopathic management?
  11. Write in brief about fragile X syndrome?
  12. In short explain about marfan/single gene disorder?
  13. In short explain about neurofibromatosis?
  14. In short explain about rett syndrome?
  15. Write in brief about etiology, classification, clinical presentation and diagnostic investigations of congenital heart disorder?
  16. Write in short about following conditions,
  17. 1) Atrial septal defect.
  18. 2) Patent ductus arteriosus.
  19. 3) Ventricular septal defect.
  20. 4)  Tetrology of fallot.
  21. How will you manage the case of CHD and write scope of homoeopathy in CHD?
  22. Write in brief about congenital talipes equino varus and congenital dislocation of hip?
  23. Write in short about congenital diaphragmatic hernia?
  24. Write in short about congenital adrenal hyperplasia?
  25. Write scope of homoeopathy in congenital and genetic disorders?

Allergic diseases in children

  1. Define allergic rhinitis & Explain in brief about its cause, pathogenesis, clinical features with complications and management with homoeopathic therapeutics?
  2. Define childhood asthma & Explain in brief about its cause, pathogenesis, clinical features with complications and management with homoeopathic therapeutics?
  3. Define childhood asthma & Explain in brief about its pathogenesis, clinical features with complications, diagnosis and investigations for asthma?
  4. Describe lung function abnormalities in childhood asthma?
  5. Differential diagnosis of childhood asthma?
  6. Four components of the optimal asthma management?
  7. Define atopic dermatitis & Explain in brief about its cause, pathogenesis, clinical features with complications and management with homoeopathic therapeutics?
  8. Define anaphylaxis & Explain in brief about its cause, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis and its management?
  9. Write in brief about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of  serum sickness?
  10. Prevention of anaphylaxis.
  11. Write in brief about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of insect allergy?
  12. Write in brief about following conditions,
  • 1)  Allergic conjunctivitis.
  • 2)  Vernal conjunctivitis.
  • 3)  Atopic conjunctivitis.
  • 4)  Giant conjunctivitis.
  • 5)  Contact allergy.
  1. Write GIT, Skin and Respiratory manifestation of food allergens in children?
  2. Write in short about adverse food reactions?
  3. Write approach to a case of allergic condition in a child?
  4. Write scope of homoeopathy in allergic conditions in children? 

Infectious diseases

  1. Write in brief about fever, its pathogenesis, clinical manifestations or types of fever and its treatment.
  2. Write in brief about PUO, its etiology and how will you diagnosis the case of PUO in children.
  3. Write in detail about differential diagnosis of sepsis.
  4. Write clinical manifestation of the staphylococcus aureus in different parts of the body with diagnosis.
  5. Write the diagnostic criteria of staphylococcal toxic shock syndrome.
  6. Write in brief etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and diagnosis of streptococcal pneumonia.
  7. Write types and clinical manifestations of group-A streptococcal infection on different parts of the body.
  8. Write in brief about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis of rheumatic fever.
  9. Write the jones criteria for rheumatic fever and its differential diagnosis.
  10. Write in detail about the manifestations of C. Diphtheriae infection on different anatomical sites of the body.
  11. Write in detail about etiology, mode of transmission, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and homoeopathic therapeutics of measles?
  12. Write about diagnosis, differential diagnosis, complications and prevention of measles?
  13. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and homoeopathic therapeutics of dawson encephalitis?
  14. Write about diagnosis, differential diagnosis, complications and prevention of dawson encephalitis?
  15. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and homoeopathic therapeutics of rubella?
  16. Write about diagnosis, differential diagnosis, complications and prevention of rubella?
  17. Write in short about congenital rubella?
  18. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and diagnosis of progressive rubella panencephalitis?
  19. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and differential diagnosis of mumps?
  20. Write complications and prevention of mumps?
  21. Write in detail about etiology, mode of transmission, pathogenesis, diagnosis and differential diagnosis of poliomyelitis?
  22. Write in detail about clinical manifestations and prevention of poliomyelitis?
  23. Write Clinical manifestations of enterovirus infections?
  24. Write differential diagnosis of enterovirus infections?
  25. Write the clinical features of parvovirus infection?
  26. Papular-purpuric “gloves and socks” syndrome (PPGSS).
  27. Write clinical features of herpes simplex virus?
  28. Write in brief about herpes zoster?
  29. Write in brief about infectious mononucleosis?
  30. Write in brief about roseola infantum?
  31. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and homoeopathic management of influenza?
  32. Write the clinical manifestation of respiratory syncytial virus?
  33. Write the clinical manifestation of respiratory adenovirus?
  34. Write in short about Japanese encephalitis?
  35. Write in short about tick-borne encephalitis?
  36. Write in short about yellow fever?
  37. Describe about etiology and clinical manifestation of dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever?
  38. Write in detail about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and homoeopathic management of rabies?
  39. Write in detail about etiology, spread, pathogenesis and diagnosis of AIDS?
  40. Write in detail about clinical manifestation and prevention of AIDS?
  41. How will you diagnosis a case of amebiasis in children and write its homoeopathic management?
  42. Write about etiology, clinical manifestation and diagnosis of giardia lamblia?
  43. Write about etiology, clinical manifestation and diagnosis of giardia lamblia?
  44. Write the different forms leishmaniasis and clinical manifestations of each?
  45. Write etiology, pathogenesis, types, diagnosis and homoeopathic management of leishmaniasis?
  46. Write about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestation and diagnosis of malaria?
  47. Write prevention and homoeopathic management of malaria?
  48. Write about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestation and diagnosis of filariasis?
  49. Write prevention and homoeopathic management of filariasis?
  50. Write approach towards the case of pulmonary tuberculosis?
  51. Write homoeopathic therapeutics of tuberculosis?
  52. Write in brief about bacterial meningitis?
  53. Write in brief about tubercular meningitis?
  54. Write in brief about viral meningitis?
  55. Write homoeopathic therapeutics of meningitis?
  56. Write about etiology, clinical manifestation, diagnosis, complications and homoeopathic management of diphtheria?
  57. Write about etiology, clinical manifestation, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and homoeopathic management of pertussis?
  58. Write about etiology, clinical manifestation, diagnosis, prevention and homoeopathic management of tetanus?
  59. Write approach and homoeopathic management of enteric fever?
  60. Write in brief about chickenpox and its homoeopathic management?
  61. Write etiology, transmission, clinical features, classification and diagnosis of leprosy?
  62. Write homoeopathic therapeutics of leprosy?
  63. Write an approach to a child with fever and skin rash?
  64. Write about prevention and control in infectious diseases?

Endocrine system

  1. How will you approach to pt of polyurea, polydipsia and hypernatremia?
  2. Explain Albright Hereditory osteodystrphy? What is suppression test and stimulation?
  3. What is Cushing syndrome. Explain the cause clinical feature and investigation?
  4. What is significance of hypoglycemia in neonatal period
  5.  What is Precocious puberty in male.explain it in terms  of etio investigation  .How you will evaluate the case with management
  6. SHORT  NOTES
  • Water deprivation test
  • Newer insulin
  • Intersex
  • Infants of diabetic mother – complication
  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Insuline tolerance test
  • Sotos-syndrome
  • Medicational precocity
  • Di george syndrome
  • Achondroplasia
  • Solitary thyroid nodule 

Metabolic disorder

  1. What is  essential amino acid ?. Explain classical phenyl ketourea ? how you will manage the case of phenylalaninuria and explain its relation with cofactor BH4?
  1. Describes briefly about the clinical feature and investigation of these condition
  •  Homocystinuria
  • Inborn error of metabolism of GABA
  •  Tangier Disease
  • Smith-lemli opitz syndrome (SLOS)
  1. What is the lysosomal lipid storage disease
  2. Describe the lactic acidosis
  3. Explain te etiology ,clinical feature& mucopolysacchridosis  investigation and homoeopathic management of Mucopolysacchridosis?
  4. What happens when there is deficiency of specific enzyme of heme biosynthetic pathway?
  5. What is porphyria? Give the classification and diagnosis of porphyries?
  6. Give the significance of hypoglycemia in different paediatric age group?
  7. SHORT NOTES:-
  • Beckwith- wiedemann syndrome
  • Hypernatrimic dehydration
  • Neonatal hypoglycemia
  • Clinical evaluation of albuminaria
  • Tay-Sachs disease and sadhoff disease
  • Gaucher disease
  • Neimann-pick disease
  • Fabry disease 

Immunologic disorder

  1. What is national immunization program  ? what is the role of optinal vaccine
  2. What is lymphopoisis? Whatis difference between prenatal and post natal lymphopoisis
  3. Whate is immunity? Give the types of immunity?
  4. Describe De-George syndrome. Give the etio,patho, clinical feature and treatment
  5. What is severe combined immunodeficiency disorder ? what is the treatment of choice  for SCID?
  6. SHORT NOTES:
  • Cold chain
  • Newer typhoid vaccine
  • Stigma of verrecella-zoster virus fetopathy
  • Viral hepatitis-A prophylaxis
  • Influenza vaccine
  • OPV
  • Human milk bank
  • Nonimmune hydropes fetalis
  • Henoch- schonlein purpura
  • Vit- A suplimentation
  • Brnxism
  • German measles
  • BCG  Vaccine
  • ARI control program
  • National health program
  • Child survival &safe motherhood program

Psycologic disorder

  1. What is psychosomatic illness? Give the brief description about   A.) Body dismorphic disorder   B.) Conversion disorder  C.) hypochondriosis    D.) Factitious disorder.
  2. What is vegetative disorder. Explain enuresis briefly in the terms of etiology,and homoeopathic management
  3. Explain  Autism in terms of cause, clinical feature, investigation and management  of the case.
  4. What is habit disorder or tic disorder
  5. What is the ADHD? How will you manage the case of ADHD
  6. What Pervasive developmental disorder, with classification. Explain about Autistic disorder in brief. Give homoeopathic scope in this field.
  7. Define the learning disability and discuss its homoeopathic management.
  8. SHORT NOTES:–
  • Taurette syndrome
  • Pica –  Management
  • Panic disorder
  • Obssesive compulsive  disorder
  • Elective mutism
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Asperger disorder
  • Heller dementia
  • Child guidance clinics
  • Communication skill in infancy 

Environmental diseases and homoeopathic therapeutics

  1. Biological effect of radiation on children? Medicines for bad effect of radiation.
  2. Chemical pollutants? General Management, Medicinal management with 3 medicines.
  3. Lead poisoning:- symptoms & diagnosis with Therapeutics.
  4. Rat-bite fever:- clinical features, diagnosis & Therapeutics.
  5. Snake bite:- pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, general management &  Therapeutics.
  6. Arsenic intoxication:- pathophysiology, clinical manifestations with Therapeutics.

Digestive system and homoeopathic therapeutics

  1. Clinical approach to a child with jaundice?
  2. Clinical approach to a child with vomiting,   abdominal pain?
  3. Clinical approach to a child with hepatosplenomegaly
  4. Acute diarrhoeal disease-Etiopathogenesis, clinical differentiation of watery and invasive diarrhoea, complications of diarrhoeal illness with therapeutics.
  5. Assessment of dehydration, treatment at home and in hospital.
  6. Fluid and electrolyte management. Oral rehydration, composition of ORS.
  7. Clinical features and management of acute viral hepatitis with miasms
  8. Causes & diagnosis of Chronic Liver Disease with therapeutics
  9. Common causes of constipationwith therapeutics.
  10. Inflammatory bowel disease types & examples?
  11. Disorders of malabsorption?
  12. Chronic diarrhea, causes, managent general & medicinal management
  13. Acute appendicitis symptoms & sighns?
  14. Common hernias in childhood & treatment of each?

Respiratory system and homoeopathic therapeutics

  1. Clinical approach to a child with cyanosis with therapeutics.
  2. Respiratory distress & wheezing. Therapeutics.
  3. Significance of recession, retraction of chest muscles in respiratory complaints.
  4. Etiopathogenesis, clinical features, complications, investigations, differential diagnosis and management of acute upper respiratory infections
  5.  Pneumonia with emphasis on bronchopneumonia?
  6. Explain about bronchitis.
  7. Etiopathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, classification and management of bronchial asthma, Treatment of acute severe asthma
  8. Pulmonary tuberculosis-tuberculous infection versus tuberculous disease, difference between primary and post-primary.                                                                         Tuberculosis Etiopathogenesis, diagnostic criteria in children versus adults.
  9. Diagnostic aids-technique and interpretation of Mantoux test and BCG test. Radiological patterns, Multidrug resistant tuberculosis,
  10. Explain about  Bronchiectasis. With therapeutics.
  11. Describe the etiopathogenesis and management of a child with pneumonia.
  12. Write a short note on acute severe asthma with therapeutics.

Cardiovascular system and homoeopathic therapeutics

  1. Clinical features, diagnosis, investigation, treatment and prevention of acute rheumatic fever therapeutics with indication?
  2. Common forms of rheumatic heart disease in childhood. Explain miasms of each?
  3. Differentiation between rheumatic and rheumatoid arthritis. Explain the Jones criteria
  4. Congenital acyanotic and cyanotic heart disease differentiate both.
  5. Hemodynamics
  6. Clinical features and management of VSD, PDA, ASD and Fallot’s tetralogy (Cyanotic spells).
  7.  Recognition of congestive cardiac failure in children.
  8.  Hypertension in children-recognition and referral.
  9.  Diagnosis of bacterial endocarditis, pericardial effusion, myocarditis.
  10. Describe the clinical features and management of rheumatic fever.
  11.  Describe the pathogenesis of rheumatic heart disease.

Locomotar system and therapeutics.

  1. Osteomylitis etiology pathogenesis, clnical manifestations & diagnosis with miasmatic background & therapeutics?
  2. Spondylosis & spondilolisthesis differentiate & explain about clinical manifestations, radiological evaluation & general & medicine management?
  3. Suppurative arthritis etiology, pathogenesis, clnical manifestations & diagnosis with miasmatic background & therapeutics
  4.  Osteochodritis etiology, pathogenesis, clnical manifestations & diagnosis with miasmatic background & therapeutics 

Hematology

  1. Causes of anaemia in childhood. Classification based on aetiology and morphology.
  2. Epidemiology, clinical features, diagnosis, management and prevention of nutritional anemia-iron deficiency, megaloblastic anaemia.
  3. Definition and classification of haemolytic anemia.
  4. Clinical approach to a child with anaemia.
  5. Differential Diagnosis of Microcytic Hypochromic Anemia.
  6. Epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, investigations, and Homoeopathic management of thalassemia.
  7. Approach to a bleeding child.
  8. Clinical features and management of hemophilia, ITP.
  9. How will you diagnose a case of sickle cell anemia. Write its clinical features and scope of homoeopathic treatment.
  10. Disseminated intravascular coagulation.
  11. Anemia in the Newborn.
  12. Bleeding disorders in the Newborn.

Nephrology and urology

  1. Causes and diagnosis of hematuria in Children.
  2. Basic etiopathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, complications, and Homoeopathic management of acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis.
  3. Describe the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, and miasmatic evolution of Nephrotic Syndrome with four Homoeopathic medicines.
  4. Describe the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, and miasmatic evolution of Acute and Chronic Renal failure.
  5. Renal and Bladder stones (Urolithiasis) and its Homoeopathic management.
  6. Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management of urinary tract infection-acute and recurrent
  7. Causes and diagnosis of obstructive uropathy in children.
  8. Disorders of Micturition.
  9. Congenital abnormalities of Kidney and urinary tract.
  10. Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome.
  11. Vesicoureteric Reflux (VUR).
  12. Posterior Urethral valves.
  13. Renal Tubular Acidosis.
  14. Neprogenic Diabetes Insipidus
  15. Renal Vasculitis.

Central nervous system:

  1. Hydrocephalus  Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and homoeopathic management?
  2. Febrile seizures  Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management ?
  3. Neonatal seizures Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and homoeopathic management?
  4. Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management of Epilepsy ?
  5. Migraine Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and homoeopathic management?
  6. Cerebral palsy types, Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and management?
  7. Acute bacterial meningitis Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and management?
  8. Types of Chorea Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and management?
  9. Explain briefly about Neurocutaneous syndromes?
  10. Explain briefly about Neural  tube defects?

Cancer and benign tumors:

  1. Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management of Lymphoblastic leukemia?
  2. Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management of Myeloblastic  leukemia?
  3. Hodgkins lymphoma Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and management?
  4. Non hodgkins lymphoma Etiopathogenesis, clinical features  and management?
  5. Classification of Brain tumors? Scope of homoepathy in the brain tumors?
  6. Aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis and Homoeopathic management of Wilms tumor
  7. Osteosarcoma  pathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management?

Skin

  1. Classification of Dermatitis;  pathophysiology, clinical manifestations with homoeopathic Therapeutics?
  2. Seborrhoiec dermatitis   aetiology,pathophysiology, clinical manifestations with Therapeutics?
  3. Describe the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, and miasmatic evolution of Atopic dermatititis?
  4. Classification of Tinea ;etiology, pathogenesis, clnical manifestations & diagnosis with miasmatic background & therapeutics?
  5. Classification of Psoriasis.clinical features, homoeopathic management?
  6. Describe the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, and miasmatic evolution Molluscum contagiosum?
  7. Describe the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, and miasmatic evolution of Scabies?

Eyes

  1. Abnormalities of refraction and accommodation and its management?
  2. Strabismus aetio pathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management
  3. Nystagmus aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management
  4. Ophthalmia neonatorum  aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management
  5. Conjunctivitis  classification, -pathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management.
  6. Approach to a child with Cataract ?
  7. Childhood glaucoma -pathogenesis, clinical features, and scope of homoeopathy?
  8. Amaourosis. Causes and scope of homoeopathy?

Ear

  1. Approach to a child with Hearing loss?
  2. Otitis media pathogenesis, clinical features, and homoeopathic management?

Investigations

Gastrointestinal System and liver

  1. USG in acute abdomen.
  2. Barium studies
  3. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
  4. CT scan
  5. LFT
  6. Viral markers
  7. Angiography
  8. Laparoscopy
  9. Peritoneal dialysis
  10. Blood per rectum-causes & investigations
  11. Needle biopsy
  12. X-ray abdomen
  13. Stool examination

Respiratory system

  1. Chest x-ray
  2. Pulmonary Function test
  3. Pulmonary Function test
  4. Forced expiratory flow volume
  5. Bronchoscopy
  6. Blood gas analysis
  7. Pulmonary angiography
  8. Arterial blood gas
  9. Lung biopsy
  10. Pleural biopsy
  11. Thoracocentisis
  12. Pleural fluid examination
  13. Mantoux test
  14. Sweat chloride test

Cardio-vascular system

  • ECG
  • Coronary angiography
  • ECHO
  • CT scan
  • MRI
  • Pulse oximeter

 Loco motor system & osteology

  • Serum examination in gout
  • Bone and joint X- ray
  • Radiological changes in rickets
  • Bone isotope scanning
  • Total body calcium
  • Bone trephine test

 Nephrology and urology

  • Urine examination
  • Urine microscopic examination and interpretation
  • Glomerular Filtration Rate
  • Tubular Function
  • Creatinine Clearance
  • USG
  • Intravenous pyelogram
  • Micturating Cystourethrogram
  • Radionuclide Imaging
  • Renography
  • Radionuclide imaging
  • Renal Biopsy
  • Clinical evaluation of albuminuria

 Hematology

  • Apt test
  • Coomb’s test
  • Blood investigations
  • Bone marrow examination
  • Haemogram in iron deficiency anemia

Neoplasm

  • Tumor markers
  • Screening test for variety cancer

Central nervous system

  • Electroencephalogram
  • Lumbar puncture
  • CSF analysis
  • Electromyography
  • CT scan of brain
  • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Ultrasonography
  • Positron emission tomography

Endocrinology

  • Plasma hormonal estimation
  • Endocrine imagining

Infectious diseases

  • Tuberculin test
  • Mantoux test
  • Culture

General

  • Anion gap
  • Screening of new born
  • Serological tests

Delhi University MD (Hom) Practice of Medicine Question Papers

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE – DELHI UNIVERSITY

Practice of Medicine – 1

All questions carry equal marks        20 x5 =100

  1. Discuss in detail Hepatitis. How will you investigate a case of Hepatitis. Give its relevant miasmatic influence.
  2. Describe in detail the miasmatic. Classification of Bronchial Asthma. Discuss its causes, clinical features and its investigation? Discuss the role of Medorrhinum in Bronchial Asthma.
  3. Discuss Ischemic Heart disease in detail. Describe the role of homoeopathy in Management of myocardial infarction with indication of any homoeopathic remedies.
  4. Discuss in detail aetiology, clinical features, investigations and general management  in Acute Myeloid leucemia?
  5. Write short notes on-
  • AIDS
  • Diphtheria
  • Lymphodenopathy
  • Hameturia

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE – DELHI UNIVERSITY

Practice of Medicine  – 2

All questions carry equal marks        20 x5 =100  

  1. Discuss in detail Parkinsonism
  2. Discuss in detail Multiple sclerosis
  3. Discuss in detail Vertigo
  4. Discuss in detail Rheumatoid arthritis

 Courtesy : Dr Renu Pathak

Delhi University MD (Hom) Organon Question Papers

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE – DELHI UNIVERSITY

Organon of Medicine with homoeopathic philosophy – 1

All questions carry equal marks

Marks :  20 x5 =100

Organon

  1. Describe hahnemannian concept of mental disease. Describe the evolution of depression in sycotic and syphilitic miasm with suitable references.
  2. How does homoeopathic concept of sick differs from other therapeutic systems.
  3. Palliation and suppression  are the two sides of the same coin. Does homoeopathy recommends any of them? Justify your answer in details with suitable examples.
  4. How does the concept of individualisation helps in the treatment of chronic disease?
  5. Write short notes on:-
  • Concept of cause and effect
  • Scope of homoeopathy in community health.

MD PART – 2 (HOMOEOPATHY), ANNUAL 2011

NEHRU HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE – DELHI UNIVERSITY

Organon of Medicine with homoeopathic philosophy – 2 

All questions carry equal marks           20 x5 =100

  1. Describe the scope and limitation of homoeopathy as understood today.
  2. Discuss the criterion of selection of potency.
  3. Discuss the etiopathogenesis, investigations, complications and miasmatic background of diabetes mellitus.
  4. Explain in detail about pelvic inflammatory disease with its homoeopathic approach of management and treatment.
  5. Describe short notes on:-
  • Totality of symptoms
  • Homoeopathy in endocrinology

Courstesy : Dr Renu Pathak

Maharashtra University MD (Hom) Practice of Medicine Question Papers

MUHS PM Paper 1 – 2013

MUHS PM Paper II- 2013

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY – II

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic  Philosophy) Examination, May/June 2010

 Duration:  3 Hours                   Total Marks:  100

   Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

  2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

  3) All questions are compulsory

  4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

  5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

 1.   Write in detail comparative study of different system of medicine stated in Organon of medicine and what is scientific basis of  Homoeopathy?   (1×20=20) 

2.   Explain Dr.Hahnemann classification of disease in detail with examples. (1×20=20)

3.   What is individualization?  Explain Individualizing examination of patient according to Dr. Kentand importance of  individualization in Homoeopathy.         (1×20=20)

4.   Explain which knowledge is essential to physician for effect ting a cure.   (1×20=20)

5.   Short notes:

a)  Importance of Diet and regiment in Homoeopathy

b)  Genus Epidemicus

c)  Logic

d)  Treatment in mental diseases.                   (4×5=20) 

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)  Examination, May/June 2010

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY – II

 Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

 Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

 2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question   paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

  3) All questions are compulsory

  4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

  5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

 1.   Discuss the Drug Picture of NATRUM MUR and compare it with IODUM with special reference to Nausea, Imitation and utility in the treatment of thyroid disorders.  20 

2.   What are the causes of Amenorrhoea?  Discuss the scope and limitations of Homoeopathy in the treatment of amenorrhoea. 20

3.   Discuss the indications of any five Homoeopathic drugs in the management of Hernia along with their miasmatic significances. 20

4.   Describe the different types of Hom. Materia Medica.  Discuss in detail about clinical Materia Medica with suitable examples 20

5.   Short notes:       (4×5=20)

a)  Compare plumbum met and opium – GIT affections.

b)  Zincum Met in Nuerological disorders.

c)  Therapeutic indications of Metals.

d)  Therapeutic indications of Terebinthina.                                      

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic

 Philosophy) Examination, Nov/Dec 2009

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY – II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question   paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be                                      considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

 3) All questions are compulsory

 4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

 5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

 1.   Write in detail about drug proving and how you will regulate diet of prover during drug proving   (1×20=20) 

2.   What are one sided diseases and focus on intermittent diseases.    (1×20=20)

3.   Explain in detail the individualizing examination of patient.    (1×20=20)

4.   Enumerate and explain the different points to show the superiority of Homoeopathy over modern medicine and Ayurveda.                 (1×20=20)

5.   Short notes:   (4×5=20)

a)  Acute diseases

b)  Mesmerism

c)  Knowledge of physician

d)  Diet and regiment in chronic diseases. 

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2009

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY – II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

 2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question    paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be  considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.   Describe the commonly observed symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.  Write down five commonly indicated remedies in above conditions.       20

2. Describe in detail the commonly indicated remedies for the fibroid of uterus.  Add a note on comparative materia medica of those remedies.   20

3.   Write down the common signs and symptoms of urinary calculi and describe in detail the indication of Sarsaparilla, Lycopodium, Chelidonium, Berberis Vul., Benzoid acid, Sepia.   20

4.   Describe in detail the types of Materia Medica and add a note on how this knowledges help in coming to Similimum     20

5.   Short notes:                                                                                                        (4×5=20)

a)  Sticta and Spongia in dry cough.

b)  Podophyllum and phosphoric acid in diarrhoea.

c)  Cantharis and Cannabis sativa in urinary tract infection.

d)  Lemna minor and Tellurium in Polyp.                                  

 

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2009

APPLIED AND CLINICAL REPERTORY AND PRACTICE OF

HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY AND OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY-II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

 Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question   paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

1.   Discuss the classification of Clinical Repertories and describe the regional clinical repertory. 20                                                                                                                               

2.   Discuss the role of Synthetic Repertory and its comparative study with Kent’s Repertory.  20

3.   Discuss how Materia Medica, Repertory and Organon is interrelated to each other.  Illustrate with examples.   20

4.   Explain the role of Homoeopathic Repertory in the field of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology.   20

5.   Short notes:      (4×5=20)

a)  Record keeping.

b) Kent’s concept of totality.

c)  Knowledge of chronic miasms.

d)  Cross references.        

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY – II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

 3) All questions are compulsory

 4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

 5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.   Describe different types of Materia Medicas (Homoeopathic) with their merits.     20                                                                                                                                

2.   Describe “Kali carb” at different stages of life    20

3.   Give indications of following drugs in colitis.     20

Merc. Sol., Nux-Vomica, Mag.  Carb and Phosphorus

4.   Give in detail indications of four homoeopathic drugs in dysfunctional Uterine bleeding. 20

5.   Short notes:     (4×5=20)

a)  Physostigma – Eye complaints.

b)  Phytolacca – Glandular affections.

c)  Nitric Acid- Fissure in ano.

d)  Kali Bichromicum – Gastric ulcer.                                         

 Courtesy : Arpana S Pareek

Maharashtra University MD (Hom) Repertory Question Papers

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2009
CASE TAKING, REPERTORIES AND REPERTORISATION-I 

Duration:  3 Hours                 Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.   Discuss the sequential steps of chronic case taking and also the difficulties faced by physician while taking a chronic case. 20 

2.  Describe the value of symptomatology in prescribing Homoeopathic remedy.      20

3.   Classify repertories in detail.  Describe their utility in different types of cases.      20

4.   Describe Boger-Boenninghausen repertory in relation to philosophy , construction advantages and disadvantages.    20

5.   Short notes:           (4×5=20)

      a)  Concordances.

      b)  Knowledge of diseases.

      c)  Advantages and disadvantages ofKent’s Repertory.

      d)  Use of Pathak’s repertory.

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

CASE TAKING, REPERTORIES AND REPERTORISATION-I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

 Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

 2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

 3) All questions are compulsory

 4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

 5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

1.  Define Repertorization.  Write in detail about different method of Repertorization. 20

2. Write about different works on Kent’s Repertory.  Explain in detail philosophical background of Kent Repertory and write a note on modification of Rubric according to Kent.                                                                                                              20

3.   How will you take a case in following condition?  Explain with examples       20

      a)  Acute diseases

      b)  Chronic diseases with acute exacerbation

      c)   Hypochondriac patient.

4.   Write in detail about philosophical background, construction, scope and limitation of “A concise Repertory of Homoeopathic Medicines” by Dr. S. R. Pathak         20

5.   Short notes:    (4×5=20)

      a)  Artistic prescription.

      b)  Potential Difference Field (PDF)

      c)  Origin of Word Repertory.

     d)  Maze of symptom.

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory) Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

APPLIED AND CLINICAL REPERTORY AND PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY AND OBSTETRICS/GYNAECOLOGY-II 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100 

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.  Write concept of totality according to Dr. Boger and write sources of Boenninghausen’s characteristics repertory.  Discuss fever totality according to Boenninghausen’s characteristic and repertory by Boger   20 

2. Write in details “Boericke’s Repertory.    20

3. What is chronic diseases?  Classify chronic disease.  What are difficulties faced while taking a chronic case.    20

4. Write in detail comparative points of CARA software with that of RADAR.      20

5. Short notes:      (4×5=20)

      a)  Field card repertory.

      b)  Sources of synthetic repertory.

      c)  Limited generalization.

     d)  Synthesis of Rubric.

Courtesy : Dr Arpana S Pareek

Maharashtra University MD (Hom) Materia Medica Question Papers

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica) Examination, May/June 2010

BASIC AND COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA – I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question paper. If written anything, such type of act will be                                      considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary. 

1.   Describe the various sources and construction of homoeopathic materia medica.  20 

2.   Write in detail the different approaches to study homoeopathic materia medica.   20

3.   Describe in detail the carbon group with special emphasis on Calcarea carb.        20

4.   Discuss how you will ascertain the clinical efficacy of various homoeopathic drugs by clinical treats of partially proved drugs.                                                                       20

5.   Short notes:                                                                                                    (4×5=20)

      a)  Therapeutic indications of chelidonium

      b)  Arsenic Iod and blatta orientalis in asthma

      c)  Artemisia V. and Bufo Rana in epilepsy

      d)  Collinsonia in Haemorrhoidal complaints                                           

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2009

BASIC AND COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA – I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question paper. If written anything, such type of act will be                                      considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.     

1. Write in detail, how knowledge of physiological action of element is useful in study of materia medica.  Demonstrate it through description of Ferrum met as a remedy.     20

2. Describe in detail group symptom of loganiaceae family and describe the drug picture of Ignatia Amara.    20

3.   Write a drug picture of Naja Tripudianic taking into consideration its toxicological, psychological, clinico-pathological-miasmatic description.     20

4. Describe in detail the source and construction of Materia Medica with a note that why one should have knowledge of these.                                                                         20

5.   Short notes:      (4×5=20)

      a)  Structure of Materia Medica Pura.

      b)  Contribution of C. Hering towards Materia Medica.

      c)  Relationship of Repertory to Materia Medica.

     d)  Justify that Phytolacca is vegetable mercury.

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)  Examination, Nov/Dec 2010

BASIC AND COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA – I  

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question paper. If written anything, such type of act will be                                      considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.  

1.   Describe sources of homoeopathic materia medica with their merits and merits.   20                                                                                                                                        

2. Explain the concept of remedy relationship. Explain different remedy relationships with suitable examples.    20

3.Describe group characters of “Baryta Group”.Differentiate Baryta Carb, Baryta Murand Baryta Iodide.                                                                                                    20

4.   Name the drugs of Calcarea Group.  Give its group characters.  Differentiate Calcarea Carb, Calcarea Sulph and Calcarea Silicata.                                                        20

5.   Short notes:        (4×5=20)

      a)  Cannabis Indica – Mentals.

      b)  Cinchona off – Debility.

      c)  Cocculus Indicus – Female.

      d)  Drosera – Tuberculosis.

Courtesy : Dr Arpana S Pareek

Maharashtra University MD (Hom) Organon Question Papers

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic  Philosophy) Examination, May/June 2010

HAHNEMANN CONCEPT OF HOMOEOPATHY AND HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY – I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

1.Describe emergence of homoeopathy and its establishment in the field of medicine.                                                                                                                       (1×20=20) 

2.   Define constitution. What are the factors on which constitution depends?  Write its types and discuss its scope in homoeopathic practice.               (1×20=20)

3.   Explain how Dr. Hahnemann came to concept of Miasm as cause of disease?Focus on miasm psora in detail                                                                 (1×20=20)

4.   Explain dynamic concept of health, disease and cure.                             (1×20=20)

5.   Short notes:

      a)  Temperaments

      b)  Scope of homoeopathy

      c)  Contribution of C. M. Boger

      d)  Indication of antidote                                                                         (4×5=20)

Final M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic  Philosophy) Examination, Nov/Dec 2009

HAHNEMANN CONCEPT OF HOMOEOPATHY AND HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY – I 

Duration:  3 Hours                                                                              Total Marks:  100

Instructions:    1) Use blue/black ball point pen only

2) Do not write anything on the blank portion of the question  paper.  If written anything, such type of act will be                                       considered as an attempt to resort to unfair means.

3) All questions are compulsory

4) The number to the right indicates full marks.

 5) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

1.   Discuss the dynamic concept of health, disease and cure     (1×20=20) 

2. What is Psychology?   What are different branches of Psychology?  How the knowledge of psychology helps in arriving at Similimum?                  (1×20=20)

3.   What are fundamental principles of Homoeopathy?  Explain.        (1×20=20)

4.   Explain individualization in detail           (1×20=20)

5.   Short notes:         (4×5=20)

      a)  Scope and limitations of Homoeopathy.

      b)  Write note on editions of Organon of Medicine.

      c)  Development of miasm psora.

      d)  Contribution of Dr. Boenninghausen.

Courtesy : Dr Arpana S Pareek

BR Ambedkar University MD Homeopathy Psychiatry Papers

MD(H2)-Psychiatry 2011(Reg)
Time: 3 hours  Full Marks: 100

Questions are of equal value. Answer all questions.

  1. Discuss Dr. Hahnemann’s approach to psychiatric cases. What strategy he suggested for treatment of such cases?
  2. Discuss the idealism, empathy and injustice of Causticum. Compare with other similar medicines.
  3. How will you proceed for counselling in behavioural disorders? Discuss homoeopathic approach to such cases.
  4. Describe about the delusion. What are its implications? Discuss homoeopathic approach with medicinal indications.
  5. Write short notes on the following:
    1. Dyslexia
    2. Emotional intensity
    3. Hysteria

BR Ambedkar University Muzafarpur MD Organon Papers

MD(Homeopathy)  Organon  2011(Reg)

Time: 3 hours  Full Marks: 100

Questions are of equal value. Answer all questions.

  1. What is a prescription? Enumerate and explain the angles of prescription in homoeopathy.
  2. What do you mean by the Nosological Diagnosis of diseases? Explain the scope and limitations of treatment based on Nosological Diagnosis of diseases.
  3. Discuss the scope and limitations of science of hygiene and science of therapeutics according to Hahnemann.
  4. Psora is the most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most apprehended chronic miasmatic disease. Explain.
  5. Write brief notes on the following:
    1. Necessity of antipathic medicine in practice
    2. IVEdition of Organon
    3. Clinical symtoms: its source
    4. Cognate
    5. Simple substance

MD(H2)-Organon of Medicine  2011.
Time: 3 hours   Full Marks: 100.
Questions are of equal value. Answer all questions.

  1. Discuss the concept of individualization in Homoeopathic practice with reference to Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. Kent, Dr. H.A. Roberts, Dr. Dunham and Dr. Stuart Close.
  2. Explain the evolution of the concept of dose in Homoeopathy through different editions of Organon of Medicine.
  3. Psora is the most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most misapprehended chronic miasmatic disease. Substantiate.
  4. Discuss the method of investigation and management of local maladies as elaborated by Dr. Hahnemann.
  5. Give a short account of the following:
  • Epidemic diseases, their investigations and management.
  • Hindrances to the cure of chronic diseases.

Courtesy :  Dr Priyanka Bhandula

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Calicut University MD(Hom) Practice of Medicine Papers

PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY AND GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
Time: Three Hours   Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer all questions.    (Common to all branches)

1. What are the causes of chest pain? Explain the investigations and differential diagnosis of chest pain with the general and homoeopathic management.    (25 marks)

2. Explain the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis and miasmatic expression of Rheumatoid arthritis.    (25 marks)

3. Define and classify Eczema. Explain the investigations, miasmatic background and management of Eczema.    (25 marks)

4. Write in brief:

  • (a) Causes of cervical lymph node enlargement.  (15 marks)
  • (b) Puerperal sepsis and Homoeopathic management. (10 marks)

       MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
  Paper III-PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY AND GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

1. What are the causes of chest pain? Explain the investigations and differential diagnosis of chest pain with the general and homoeopathic management.     (25 marks)

2. Explain the aetio-pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis and miasmatic expression of Rheumatoid arthritis.    (25 marks)

3. Define and classify Eczema. Explain the investigations, miasmatic background and management of Eczema.    (25 marks)

4. Write in brief:

  • (a)  Causes of cervical lymph node enlargement.  (15 marks)
  • (b) Puerperal sepsis and Homoeopathic management.  (10 marks)

       MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
Part II. Common to All branches
Paper I .PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY, GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

1.Explain the aetiology, clinical manifestations, complications and miasmatic expression in Diabetes Mellitus. Give the indications of five. antimiasmatic homoeopathic medicines in the management of Diabetes Mellitus. (25 marks)

2. What are the Liver Function Tests ? Explain their clinical significance in diagnosis and prognosis of Liver diseases. (25 marks)

3. Discuss the aetio-pathogenesis of Osteoporosis. Explain the miasmatic influence, preventive measures and management of Osteoporosis. (25 marks)

4. Write briefly on:

  • (a) Causes of Postmeaopausal bleeding.-(15 marks)
  • (b) Chronic Suppurative Qttitis Media. (10 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  May 2009
Paper – II : Homoeopathic Philosophy and Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics

I. Explain the utility of studying Miasms according to J.H.Allen.  20

II. Define and classify temperaments. Explain the role of temperaments in Homoeopathic practice.  20

III. Write briefly on:

  • a) Second prescription   5
  • b) Selection of potency.  5

SECTION – B

Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics

IV Discuss the clinical features, investigations complications and miasmatic background of Rheumatoid arthritis. Give the indications off our constitutional medicines, with four characteristic symptoms each.   (3+3+3+3+8 = 20 Marks)

  • a) Pulmonary function tests. 10
  • b) Diabetic foot.   10
  • c) Mood disorders. 10
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Calicut University MD Homeopathy Organon Papers

MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
Part II. Branch : Homoeopathic Philosophy  
Paper 1. History of Medicine

Time Three Hours Maximum 100 Marks
Answer all questions.

I. Explain “Nosodes”. Write the name of six nosodes prepared from tuberculosis with four characteristic symptoms of each. (1+ 24 = 25 marks)

11. Write five indications of the following in bone affections

  • 1.Silicea. 2 Natrum Silico fluorecum.
  • 3.Calcarea carb. 4 Hecla Lava.
  • 5.Aurum met.   (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

111. Compare and contrast the following with their five characteristic symptoms

  • 1. Phosphoric acid and Muriatic acid in typhoid fever.
  • 2. Stannum met and Carbon tetrachloride in worm trouble.
  • 3. Merc.Sol and Hep.Sulph in tansellitis.
  • 4. Plumbum met. and Causticum in paralysis.
  • 5. Kali. Carb and Ant. Tart in pneumonia.  (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

IV.1.Make synthetic study of magnesium group of medicines with their flue characteristic symptoms.
2. Make analytic study of its any four members with their five characteristic symptoms.  (5 + 20 = 25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
Part II. Branch : Homoeopathic Philosophy (New Scheme)
Paper 11. Homeopathic Philosophy-MIASM .

1. Discuss the concept of individualization in Homoeopathic practice with reference to Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. Kent, Dr. H.A. Roberts, Dr. Dunham and Dr. Stuart Close. (25 marks)

2. Explain remedy reaction and its clinical significance according to Dr. H.A. Roberts. (25 marks)

3. “The fact Is that homoeopathy was the logical and legitimate offspring of the Inductive Philosophy and Method of Aristotle and Lord Bacon. It is the highest development of modem therapeutics”. Substantiate. (25 marks)

4. Write a short account of

  • (a) Compare and contrast of the Psychic symptoms of different miasms. (15 marks)
  • (b) Significance of Idiosyncrasy. (10 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
 Paper I-ORGANON OF MEDICINE

 Each question carries 25 marks.

1. “While paying attention to those circumstances, the physician needs only to remove the totality of the symptoms in order to cure the disease”. Explain.

2. Discuss the evolution of the concept of dose in Homoeopathy through the different editions of Organon of Medicine.

3.”It was never suspected that these histories of medicinal diseases would one day furnish the first rudiments of the true, pure Materia medica, which from the earliest times until now has consisted solely of false conjectures and fictions of the imagination”. Explain.

4. Discuss the method of investigation and management of Local maladies, as elaborated by Dr. Hahnemann. (4 X 25 = 100 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
  Paper II-HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY-MIASM .

1. “In one word, we find ourselves in the realm of pure dynamics. This is the true and only sphere of homoeopathy, the sphere of vital dynamics”. Substantiate.  (25 marks)

2. Explain the concept of Susceptibility and Susceptible constitution in homoeopathy as discussed by Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. Kent, Dr. H.A. Roberts and Dr. Stuart Close.  (25 marks)

3. Discuss the method of management of Psoric diseases according to Dr. Hahnemann. (25marks)

4.    Write short account of:

  • (a)   Knowledge of disease according to Dr. Richard Hughes.  (15 marks)
  • (b)   Cure and Recovery.  (10 marks)
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Calicut University MD Homeopathy Repertory Question Papers

Part 11.Paper I. REPERTORY
Time Three Hours      Maximum 100 Marks  Answer all questions.
MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE  REPERTORY EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006

I. Comment on:

  • (a) Ranks of medicine and its relation with different repertories.
  • (b) Pathology and pathological general.
  • (c) ‘Totality of symptom’ by Richard Hughes.
  • (d) Evolution of Repertory till Boenninghausen.
  • (e) Changes in various additions of Boger Boenninghausen.  (25 marks)

I. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Symptomatology by Garth Boericke.
  • (b) Sources of symptoms.
  • (c) Clinical application of Gentry’s concordance.
  • (d) Contribution of Boenninghausen to Repertory
  • (e) Classification of Clinical Repertory.  (25 marks)

III. Short notes on:

  • (a) Enigma.
  • (b) Evaluation of symptoms according to C.M. Boger.
  • (c) Life and work of H.A. Robert.
  • (d) Clinical application of the chapter concordance.
  • (e) Major changes in different editions of ‘Synthesis’.  (25 marks)

IV. Note down:
(a) Year of publishing the following Repertories
1.Laffile’s Repertory 2.Clopar Muller’s Repertory
3.A.Lippe’s Repertory 4.Worcester’s Repertory
5.Cipher’s Repertory

(b) Different Repertories on Fever.

(c) Total number of medicines in: 1.Synthetic Repertory 2.Synthesis.3.Murphy. 4 .Final General Repertory 5. Repertorium Generale.

d) Source books of Boger Boenninghausen.

(e) Denotation of:

  •   1.Basdows disease. 2. Improvident.
  •   3.Buoyancy.             4. Fraternized.
  •   5.Gourmand.      (25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
Part 11.Paper II REPERTORY

I. Explain the salient features and practical utility of the following

  • (a) Chapter “Tissue” of Kneer’s Repertory.
  • (b) Vlth volume of Gentry’s Concordance.
  • (c) Chapter “Bone” of Murphy’s Repertory
  • (d) Berridge Eye.
  • (e) Chapter “Fever” of Boger-Boenninghausen. (25 marks)

2. Write briefly:

  • (a) Disadvantages of “Synthetic Repertory” over Kent’s Repertory
  • (b) Card Repertory my Marcoz Jamenez.
  • (c) Evaluation of remedies in Kneer’s Repertory ; its relation with Kent.
  • (d) Fundamentals of Murphy’s Repertory
  • (e) Limitations of Kent’s Repertory (25 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Aphorism dealing with case taking of hypochondriacal patients.
  • (b) Classification of Mental disease by Dr. Hahnemann.
  • (c) Deduction of care for repertorisation.
  • (d) 7th edition of Kent’s Repertory
  • (e) Advantages of Kunzli’s Repertory over Kent’s Repertory (25 marks)

4. Note down:

  • (a) Errors in the medicine given in different rubrics of 6th edition of Kent’s Repertory
  • (b) Some important rubrics which are lacking in Kent’s Repertory
  • (c) Rubrics having different medicine in Kent and Roger.
  • (d) Unique rubrics in Boger-Boenninghausen.

(e) Write the chapter, rubric and subrubric in Kent’s Repertory:

  • (i) Sensation as if head is separated from body.
  • (ii) Sensation of barrier between eye and ext. object.
  • (iii) Bearing down sensation.
  • (iv) Sensation as if a thread were stretched from safe to eye.
  • (v) Wild feeling in head. (25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION   JUNE 2006
Part 11.Paper III REPERTORY

I. Differentiate the following

  • (a) CARA and HRS.
  • (b) Slip and Card method of Repertorisation.
  • (c) Fever totality for Kent and Boger’s method of repertorisation.
  • (d) Eliminative method and total addition method of Repertorisation.
  • (e) Thumb finger method and plain paper method.  (25 marks)

2 Write in brief:

  • (a) VES. (b) KBEX.
  • (c) MAC. (d). CARA. (e) LAMINA.  (25 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

  • (a) Usage of concordane chapter.
  • (b) Repertories in Hompath (latest version).
  • (c) Repertorisation with alphabetical Repertory
  • (d) Utility of Cross Repertorisation.
  • (e) Use of causative modality in repertorisation. (25 marks)

4. Denotation of:

  • (a) (1) Bronchocele (ii Noma ; (iii) Exophoria ; (iv) Hide bound ; (v) Gluttony.
  • (b) (i) Molimen ; (ii) Nave ; (iii) Dyscrasia ; (iv) Asthma Millari ; (v) Limpid.
  • (c) (i) Catalepsy ; (ii) Mentagra ; (iii) Pyknic;(iv) Fever anticipating ;(v) Pensive.
  • (d) (i) Qualmishness (ii) Scirrhus (iii) Choleric;(iv) Profanity(v) Gropes about.(25 marks)

      MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION   JUNE 2006
 Part 11.Paper I REPERTORY

I. Describe with examples

  • (a) Accessory symptoms and lesser accessory symptoms
  • (b) Vital symptom, Schien symptom, Paradoxical symptom
  • (c) Negative general, Accidental symptoms
  • (d) Anamnesis, catamnesis and Associate anamnensis
  • (e) Particular symptom and their importance in prescription   25 Marks

2. Make a note on

  • (a) Boger’s contribution to symptomatology & prophylaxis
  • (b) How will you workout a case on pathological generals
  • (c) Why miasms are included under elements of symptom
  • (d) How PDF helps in Repertorisation
  • (e) Differentiate primary, secondary & alternating actions of Hahnemann & Kent    25 Marks

3. Brief note on

  • (a) 5th grade remedies of Boenninghausen and Jahr
  • (b) Identification of chronic miasmatic diseases
  • (c) Base books of Boger’s repertory
  • (d) Boennianghausen’s concept of contradictory & alternating symptoms
  • (e) Role of doctrine of concomitance in totality of symptoms      25Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Logistical, ideological & structural limitations of TPB
  • (b) Classification of sensations by Boennianghausen
  • (c) Evolution of Kent’s repertory
  • (d) ‘Other remedies’ of Boenninghausen
  • (e) Denotations: Noma, Milk leg, Mentagra, Fungus articulosum, Noli-me-ta ngre 25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
Part 11.Paper II REPERTORY

I. Differentiate with examples & probable miasm

  • (a) Absent minded, Absorbed, Abstraction of mind
  • (b) Avarice, Miserly, covetous
  • (c) Aversion, Hatred, Misanthropy, Disgust
  • (d) Contradiction disposition to, Contr. intolerant of, Contrary
  • (e) Hurry, Impatience, Impetuous   25 Marks

2. Briefly describe

  • (a) Importance of observation in case taking with reportorial examples
  • (b) Qualified mentals with examples
  • (c) Merits & demerits of card repertory
  • (d) Sensation as if by H.A.Robert
  • (e) What is the relationship between one-sided disease & mental disease? Which class amongst these gets aggravated with advice, arguments & persecution?    25 Marks

3. Synthesize rubrics

  • (a) Side effects of vaccination in Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Adenoids
  • (c) Retarded child
  • (d) Politicians
  • (e) Osteo arthritis    25 Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Basic difference between $83 with $ 98 in case taking
  • (b) Fever chapter in Boger’s repertory
  • (c) Major changes & additions in Synthesis 9.1
  • (d) Emergency chapter in Murphy’s repertory
  • (e) Anamnesis. How past history, family history and treatment history helps in repertorisation. Explain with examples from Synthesis     25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006
 Part 11.Paper III REPERTORY

I. Make a brief comparative study of the latest version of the following soft wares

  • (a) Cara
  • (b) Hompath
  • (c) Radar
  • (d) Organon
  • (e) Mercurius   25 Marks

2. Briefly describe

  • (a) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (b) Additional features in ISIS comparing to other softwares
  • (c) Drawbacks of software repertorisation
  • (d) Combined repertory
  • (e) Medium of repertorisation    25 Marks

3. Comment on

  • (a) Diagnosis in Homeopathy. How it helps in repertorisation.
  • (b) Latest edition of Murphy’s repertory
  • (c) Cross repertorisation- methods & utility
  • (d) Repertorial syndrome
  • (e) How will you workout a case on pathological generals   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Meddlesome, Anarchist , fanaticism
  • (b) Fungus Hematodes, Hectic fever, Deffervescent whooping cough
  • (c) Patchy tongue, Arthritic nodosities, Mani-a –potu
  • (d) Hypocrisy, Litigious, Benovalance
  • (e) Abbreviations : Chlor, Guaj, Kali-a, Kiss   25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION 
Part 11.Paper I REPERTORY

I.  Briefly narrate

  • (a) Sources of Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Structure of Jahr’s repertory
  • (c) Pattern of cross references in various repertories
  • (d) Evolution of concept of clinical repertories
  • (e) Denotations: Florida, Podagra, Onyx, Eye teeth, Pertinacity   25 Marks

2. Note on

  • (a) Elements of symptom
  • (b) Bed rocks of TPB
  • (c) How will you study Materia medica with Repertories
  • (d) Even though Boenninghausen limited number of rubrics in mind section he devoted 17 rubrics related to emotional excitement under aggravation.
  • (e) Why Boger constructed another repertory, even though Kent’s work were popular at that time    25 Marks

3. Brief note on

  • (a) Important events in the evolution of card repertories
  • (b) Definition of ‘symptom’ by various authors
  • (c) Land marks of Kent’s repertory
  • (d) Practical utility of concordance in TPB
  • (e) India’s contribution to Repertory      25 Marks

4. Comment on

  • (a) Middle age in repertories
  • (b) Vital symptoms, Vicarious symptom & Clinical symptom
  • (c) Latest repertories
  • (d)“A tool is as good as the workman who handle it. A bad workman naturally blame his tool when things are going wrong”
  • (e)‘Polychrests appearing more frequently in chronic cases’. Explain the view of Boenninghausen     25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION
Paper II REPERTORY

I.How will you take case in the following situation? Explain with examples?

  • (a) Chronic disease with acute exacerbation
  • (b) Acute disease with a chronic background
  • (c) Acute disease with a different chronic back ground
  • (d) Chronic disease without acute exacerbation
  • (e) Afebrile intermittent disease     25  Marks

2. Give the chapter/subchapter with rubrics in TPB

  • (a) Diarrhoea alternate with constipation, Hysterical convulsions, Hemiplegia
  • (b) Eruption around eyes, Emaciation of affected parts, Ringworm, Sunken eyes
  • (c) Worms Unnatural position, Mesmerism, Concussions
  • (d) Kreuz & Steiss, Aversion to company, Asphyxia, Inner parts obstructed
  • (e) Desire for cold juicy things, Subsultus tendinum, Concomitance to mind  25 Marks

3. Briefly explain with examples

  • (a) Prescribing on laboratory investigation with repertory
  • (b) Sub rubrics & their utility
  • (c) Important rubrics for children in Mind chapter of Synthesis
  • (d) Pain & palliative care in Repertory
  • (e) Silent features of complete repertory comparing to other repertories  25Marks

4. Comment

  • (a) Identification of chronic miasmatic disease
  • (b) Dr.Patel’s corrected Kent’s repertory
  • (c) Allen’s contribution to TPB
  • (d) Case taking in bedridden patient & half spiritual miasmatic disease.
  • (e) General directions for case taking in acute diseases. What special attention should be made chronic case of females   25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION
Paper III REPERTORY

I. Briefly explain

  • (a) Different methods of repertorisation
  • (b) Steps in elimination
  • (c) Latest softwares
  • (d) Process of repertorisation
  • (e) Encyclopedia Homeopathica   25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) How will you select an eliminating symptom from the symptoms of the physical alone?
  • (b) How will you select a medicine if the mental symptoms presented by the patient call for more than one m medicine
  • (c) How will you explain that a given case has s direct relation to a particular medicine alone, not any other?
  • (d) Evolution of Synthesis
  • (e) Merits of software in repertory   25 Marks

3. Explain

  • (a) Different methods of selecting the rubric
  • (b) Major changes & additions in Radar 9.2
  • (c) Merits & demerits of Homeopathic seminars
  • (d) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (e) Silent features of latest Hompath Classic   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Fever nervous, Zymotic, Relapsing fever
  • (b) Wen, Podagra, Milk crust , Sudamina
  • (c) Piety nocturnal, Affectation, Scrupulousness
  • (d) Arcus senilis, Detachment of retina, Onyx
  • (e) Scorbiculis cordis, Cholorosis, Noma     25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION
Paper I REPERTORY

I.Short notes on

  • (a) Major changes in TPB
  • (b) Major contribution of Boger to TPB
  • (c) Pathogenic & Concordance repertories
  • (d) Boger’s contribution to symptomatology
  • (e) Middle age in repertories     25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) Most useful classification of repertories
  • (b)’ The need of repertory comes from the character of homeopathy itself’
  • (c) Back in TPB
  • (d) Evolution of Boger’s concept
  • (e) Clinical repertories     25 Marks

3. Briefly describe

  • (a) Sources of Kent’s repertory
  • (b) Anamnesis, catamnesis and Associate anamnensis
  • (c) Boennianghausen’s concept on contradictory & alternating symptoms
  • (d) Important events in the evolution of card repertories
  • (e) Why Boger constructed another repertory, even though Kent’s work were popular at that time      25 Marks

4. Note on

  • (a) Practical utility of concordance section in TPB
  • (b) Classification of sensations by Boennianghausen
  • (c) What is diagnosis? How it helps in Repertorisation. Explain with examples.
  • (d) Demerits of software repertorisation
  • (e) Denotations : Bright’s disease, Sudoral fever, Industrious, Barrness, Thymic asthma     25 Marks

      MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION
Paper I REPERTORY

I.Differentiate with examples and probable miasm

  • (a) Anxiety, Fear, anticipation, aguish
  • (b) Buffoonery, Childish behavior, Foolish, Idiocy, Imbecility
  • (c) Amorous, Lasciviousness, Lewdness, Shameless
  • (d) Cheerful, exhilaration, Ecstasy, Content
  • (e) Hurry, Impatience, Impetuous    25 Marks

2. Explain the silent features & practical utility of the following chapters in Murphy’s Repertory

  • (a) Blood, Children
  • (b) Constitution, Emergency
  • (c) Disease, Environment
  • (d) Toxicity, Pregnancy
  • (e) Eye & Vision in Synthesis    25 Marks

3. Briefly narrate

  • (a) Requisites for a good card repertory
  • (b) How will you explain a given case has a direct relation to a particular medicine alone, not any other?
  • (c) An unmarried girl of 25 years developed schizophrenia. In what category of disease can it put in the homeopathic standard of classification? How do you take the case & treat it?
  • (d) Compilation of Boger’s repertory.   25 Marks

4. Give the chapter, rubric/sub rubrics in Kent’s repertory

  • (a) Premenstrual tension, Dupetreyns contracture, Hair falling in eruptions, Burns
  • (b) Sit with head on knees & hand on elbows, Post herpetic neuralgia, Dreams of epilepsy, Pot bellied mothers
  • (c) Nocturnal enuresis due to habit, Absolute blindness, Superiority complex, Allergic asthma
  • (d) Tubercular ulcer, Nail like opacity of cornea, Child grasps the nurse, Head ache with chronic vertigo
  • (e) Unable to make a decision, Bold & overconfident, Hutchison’s teeth, Infective endocarditis.   25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION 
Paper III REPERTORY

I.Briefly describe

  • (a) Precaution to be taken while ranking symptoms in RADAR
  • (b) Additional features in ISIS comparing to other softwares
  • (c) Drawbacks of software repertorisation
  • (d) Major changes & additions in Radar 9.1
  • (e) Encyclopedia Homeopathica        25 Marks

2. Comment on

  • (a) Different methods of repertorisation
  • (b) Steps in elimination
  • (c) Interpretation of mental rubrics
  • (d) Process of repertorisation
  • (e) Merits & demerits of Homeopathic magazines   25 Marks

3. Synthesize rubrics

  • (a) Ground itch
  • (b) Adenoids
  • (c) Retarded child
  • (d) Politicians
  • (e) Skin eruption alternate with respiratory   25 Marks

4. Denotations

  • (a) Bright’s disease, Sudoral fever, Industrious,
  • (b) Barrness, Thymic asthma, , Milk leg
  • (c) Mentagra, Fungus articulosum, Noli-me-ta ngre
  • (d) Piety nocturnal, Affectation, Frivolous
  • (e) Meddlesome, Anarchist , fanaticism    25 Marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
 Paper.1  – REPERTORY

I. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Evaluation of symptoms according to Bidwell.
  • (b) Philosophic background of Card Repertory.
  • (c) Classification of mechanically aided repertory.
  • (d) Life and work of Constantine Hering.
  • (e) Accessory symptom of medicine and disease.    (25 marks)

II. Comment on:

  • (a) Kent’s view of Doctrine of analogy.
  • (b) Inductive logic and Repertory.
  • (c) Software on Repertory.
  • (d) Stuart close ; view on repertory.
  • (e) Habnemann’s Repertory.     (25 marks)

III. Short notes on:

  • (a) Concept of totality of symptom according to Boenninghausen.
  • (b) Sources of synthetic repertory.
  • (c) Evolution of Card Repertory.
  • (d) Lesser accessory symptom.
  • (e) Palliative medicines from repertory.  (25 marks)

IV.. Note down:

  • (a) Some repertories on diseases of          respiratory organs.
  • (b) Ranking of remedies in:
  • (i) Synthetic.     (ii) Synthesis.    (iii) Murphy,  (iv) Phatak.   (v) Kunzli.    (25 Marks)

(c) Year of publishing:

  • (i) Bryant s repertory.
  • (ii) Constantine Lippi’s repertory.
  • (iii) Guernsey’s Haemorrhoids.
  • (iv) Sheed’s clinical repertory.
  • (v) Perkin’s Rheumatism.    (25 Marks)

(d) Number of remedies  the following Repertories

  • (i)Gentry’s concordance. (ii) Knerr’s repertory.
  • (iii) Clark’s clinical repertory  (iv) Boger’s times of remedies.
  • (v) Bell’s diarrhoea.       (25 Marks)

(e)Denotation of the rubrics:

  •  (i) Affability                    (ii) Synalgia
  • (iii) Besnser’s disease  (iv) Charlatan.
  • (v) Anarchist          (25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
 Paper.11  – REPERTORY

1. Write five similar Rubric for the following :

  • (a)Exacting too
  • (b) Childish behaviour
  • (c) Confusion of Mind.
  • (d) Indirent
  • (e) Lewdness    (25 Marks)

2. Briefly describe:

  • (a) Bell’s diarrhea.
  • (b) Kishore Card.
  • (c) Disadvantages of Kunzlis Repertory
  • (d) Interrogation of Psychiatric cases.
  • (e) Disease diagnosis and Repertory.    (25 Marks)

3. Short notes on:

  • (a) Epidemic disease—its management.
  • (b) Advantages of Boger over Therapeutic Pocket Book.
  • (c) 3 volume of Gentry’s concordance
  • (d) Chapter “Environment” of Murphy’s Repertory.
  • (e) Chapter “stages of life and constitution”       (25 Marks)

4. Note down:

(a) Chapter, sub chapter, rubric and sub rubrics of Boger Boennmghausen

  • (i) Bubo.           (ii) Lead Poisoning.
  • (iii) Anemic  appearance. (iv) Food won’t  go down.
  • (v) Intolerant to pain.                   (25 marks)

(b) Chapter and rubric in Gentry’s concordance

  • (i) Subsultus tendinum.
  • (ii) Deformed nails of fingers and toes
  • (iii) Tendency for abscess formation
  • (iv) Pain in sciatic nerve when rising from sitting or turning in bed.
  • (v) Child cannot hold the head erect due to weakness of neck

(c) Rubrics on General modality given in the location chapter of Kent’s Repertory

(d) Rubrics  in which important medicines are missing in Kent’s Repertory

(e) Name the medicines for the following abbreviation :—

  • (i)  Agar-ph (ii) Wild
  • (iii)  Bart.    (iv) Tann
  • (v)   Mit

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
 Paper.111  – REPERTORY

1. Make a comparative study of RADAR, HRS, HOMPATH, KENTOPATH, CARA    (25 marks)

2. Write short notes on

  • (a) Repertorisation by Farrington’
  • (b) First Card Repertory
  • (c) Utility of Eliminative method of Repertorisation
  • (d) Drawbacks of computer repertorisation..
  • (e) Erecting totality for working a case of intermittent fever with Boger-Boennmghausen . (25 marks)

3. Write brief notes on

  • (a) Prescribing symptoms –
  • (b) Utility of various types of repertories
  • (c) Precautions to be taken for repertorisation with Boger Boennrnghausen
  • (d) Various methods of repertorisation with RADAR (25 marks)

4.Denotation of the following —

a) (i)   Veneration      (ii) Skeptical

    (iii)  Rigg’s disease  (iv) Chastisement

     (v)  Braggart

(b) (i)   Blasphemy      (ii)        Insolent

      (iii) Credulous        (iv)       Torpor

      (v)  Spiteful.

(c) (i)   Mollification       (ii)        Supplication

      (iii) Anarchist         (iv)       Gillian Barre Syndrome o

      (v)  Execrations

(d) (i)   Libertinism      (ii)        Sulky

     (iii)  Snappish          (iv)       Ludicrous

     (v)   Depravity

(e) (i) Grippe               (ii)  Favus

      (iii) Ephemeral ‘     (iv) Thermic fever “

       (iv) Bronchocele      (25 marks)

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Calicut University MD Homeopathy Materia Medica Papers

Calicut University MD Homeopathy Materia Medica Papers if various years
Paper 1—MATERIA MEDICA (PLANT KINGDOM SARCODES AND IMPONDERABILIA)
Three Hours     Maximum: 100 Marks   Answer all questions.

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JUNE 2006

I. Write the construction of the following Materia Medicas with five characteristic features of each:
1. Materia Medica Pura.
2.The Chronic Diseases—Materia Medica Part.
3.The Guiding symptoms.
4.Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica.
5.Cyclopedia of Drug Pathogenesy.(5 x 5 = 25 marks)

I. Write five characteristic indications of the following, in cardiac failure:

  • 1 Lachesis.     2 Convallaria.
  • 3 Iberis.          4 Strophanthus.
  • 5 Spartiüm scoparium.   (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

III. Compare and contrast the following with five characteristic symptoms :—

  • 1 Lycopodium and Ocimum Canum in urinary calculi.
  • 2 Cistus canadernsis and Con.mac. in glandular affections.
  • 3 Cyclamen and Pulsatilla in female complaints.
  • 4 Belladonna and Ver.Vir in inflammatory conditions.
  • 5 Colocynth and China in pain. (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

IV. Explain “Guiding symptoms”. Write two guiding symptoms of, each of the following

  • 1. Ptela in hepatic affections.
  • 2 .Gymnema in diabetes.
  • 3. Justicia Adhatoda in cough.
  • 4. Sphingurus in alopecia.
  • 5. Bothrops in gangrene.
  • 6. Medicago sativa as a tonic.
  • 7. Cascarilla in constipation.
  • 8. Mygale in nerve affections.
  • 9. Myrestica sebifera as an antiseptic medicine.
  • 10. Solanum tuberosum aegrotans in rectal complaints.
  • 11. Thyroidinum in Thyroid gland affections.
  • 12. Malaria ofilcinalis in malaria.     (1 + 24 = 25 marks)

Paper II—MATERIA MEDICA (PLANT KINGDOM SARCODES AND IMPONDERABILIA)
Three Hours Maximum: 100 Marks           Answer all questions.

I. Explain “Nosodes”. Write the name of six nosodes prepared from tuberculosis with four characteristic symptoms of each. (1+ 24 = 25 marks)

11. Write five indications of the following in bone affections

  • 1.Silicea. 2 Natrum Silico fluorecum.
  • 3.Calcarea carb. 4 Hecla Lava.
  • 5.Aurum met.   (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

111. Compare and contrast the following with their five characteristic symptoms

  • 1 Phosphoric acid and Muriatic acid in typhoid fever.
  • 2 Stannum met and Carbon tetrachloride in worm trouble.
  • 3 Merc.Sol and Hep.Sulph in tansellitis.
  • 4 Plumbum met. and Causticum in paralysis.
  • 5 Kali. Carb and Ant. Tart in pneumonia.  (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

IV.1.Make synthetic study of magnesium group of medicines with their flue characteristic symptoms.

       2. Make analytic study of its any four members with their five characteristic symptoms. (5 + 20 = 25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  October 2008
Paper I
—MATERIA MEDICA (PLANT KINGDOM, SARCODES OF IMPONDERABLIA)
Three Hours. Maximum: 100 Marks Answer all questions.

   Avoid repetition of same medicines under different  questions.

1. Make synthetic study of medicines prepared from milk products with their five characteristic symptoms.

2. Make analytic study of its five members with four characteristic symptoms of each (5 + 20 = 25 marks)

II. Explain “Imponderablia” Write three characteristics symptoms of any eight medicines which belong to imponderablia. (1+ 24 = 25 marks)

III. Compare and contrast the following with their five characteristic symptoms

  • 1. Sangunaria and grindelia in pulmonary oedema
  • 2. Lycopodium and carduus marianus in portal Hypertension
  • 3 Cannabis sativa and paeonia in affections of perineum.
  • 4. Sec-cor and Ustilagô in female complaints.
  • 5.Mezerium and Vinca minor in eczema    (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

IV. Explain “Characteristic symptoms” write two characteristic symptoms of each of the following

  • 1. Ranunculus Bulbosus in Herpes zoster.
  • 2. Bellis perennis in injuries.
  • 3. Gelsemiurn in Poliomyelitis.
  • 4. Brahmi in brain affections.
  • 5. Mentha piperitain laryngitis.
  • 6. Comocladia in erysipelas.
  • 7. Pareira Brava in Prostate affections.
  • 8. Paris quadripholia in headache
  • 9. Leptandra in gastro intestinal tract affections
  • 10. Cepium in coma.
  • 11 .Theridion in Tuberculosis
  • 12. Lathyrus sativus in spinal cord affections. (1 + 24 25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION October 2008
   Avoid repetition  of same medicines under different  questions.

I. Write short notes on the following with five characteristic features of each

  • 1. Construction of “Fragmenta De viribus medica mentosum positivus”
  • 2. Construction of “Lecturers on Homoeopathic materia medica”
  • 3. Condensed Materia medica

4.Drug relationship

5.Different approaches of study of materia medica     (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

II.(a)Who is the pioneer in the study of family and class relationship of drugs

  • (b) Write the significance of synthetic and analytic studies of medicines.
  • (c) Write five common characteristic features of medicines prepared from animal kingdom
  • (d) Write three characteristic features of any five medicines prepared from subjects (1+ 4+ 5 + 15 = 25 marks)

III. (a) Explain “Nosodes”

(b) Write a brief history of Bowel Nosodes

(c) Write three characteristic features of any seven Bowel Nosodes (1+3 + 21= 25 marks)

IV. Compare and contrast the following with their five characteristic features :—

  • (a) Ars.aib and Kali-nitricum in dyspnoea.
  • (b) Fluoric Acid and sihcea in scar tissue affections
  • (c) Argentum and Mercuries group of Medicines in infectious diseases
  • (d) Ferruin Phos and salicylic and in arthritis
  • (e) Selenium and Nat mur in alopecea    (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  FEBRUARY 2009
Paper I-MATERIA MEDICA (PLANT KINGDOM, SARCODES AND IMPONDERABILEA
(New Scheme) Time: Three Hours,  Maximum: 100 Marks

I.  (a) Make a comparative study of Cephidia and Arachnida with their five common characteristic symptoms.

(b) Differentiate the following with their five characteristic symptoms:

  • Lachesis and Tarentula cubensis in septic conditions.
  • Tarentula Hispania and Mygale in nerve affections.
  • Elaps and cocci cacti in respiratory complaints.
  • Theridion and Nux.V in affections of special senses. (5 + 20 = 25 marks)

II.  Compare and contrast the following with their 5 characteristics :

  • (a) Spigelia and Epigea in migraine.
  • (b) Sanguinaria Nitricum and Teucrium marum verum in nasal polyp.
  • (c) Aranea diadema and menyanthes in intermittent fever.
  • (d) Artea Racemosa and Ranunculus Bulbosus in muscular rheumatism.
  • (e)  Robina and Iris versicolor in gastrointestinal affections.   (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

III. Write five characteristic indications of the following in urinary calculi :

  • (a) Tabacum.
  • (b) Sarasaparilla.
  • (c) Hydrangia.
  • (d) Ipomea nil.
  • (e) Ocimum canum.   (5 x 5 = 25 marks)

IV. (a) Name the eminent Homoeopath who named characteristic symptoms as keynote symptoms. (b) Write two characteristic symptoms of the following:

  • 1. Zingiber officinale.
  • 2. Homerus.
  • 3 Badiaga.
  • 4. Heloderma.
  • 5. Cimex.
  • 6.  Blatta americans.
  • 7. Colostrum.
  • 8. Wyethia.
  • 9. Silphium Laciniatum.
  • 10. Scrophularia Nodosa.
  • 11 . Ovi gallinae pelliculae.
  • 12. Pipes nigrum.   (1 + 24 = 25 marks)
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Kerala University MD Homeopathy Practice of Medicine Papers

    MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
 PAPER – III – PRACTICE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN MEDICINE ,  SURGERY, GYNAECOLOGY, & OBSTETRICS
Common to all branches

1.Discuss the investigations & different diagnosis of chronic headache ? (25)

2.Explain the aetiology, pathology, clinical features, miasmatic expression, & management of cirrhosis of liver ? ( 25)

3.Explain the aetio- pathogenesis , clinical features diagnosis, miasmatic influence & homoeopathic management of Rheumatic fever ?  (25)

4. Write in brief

  • a) Causes of Haematemesis (15)
  • b) Erosion of cervix  (10) 

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009

Paper III-PRACTICE OF HOMEOPATHY IN MEDICINE, SURGERY. AND GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS

1. Explain the aetio-pathology, miasmatic expression, diagnosis, complications and management of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. (25 marks)

2. What are the causes of Chronic Renal Failure ? Discuss the diagnosis, complications and management. (25 marks)

3. Discuss the causes, pathology, clinical features, miasmatic influence, diagnosis, complications and management of Peptic Ulcer.(25 marks)

4. Write briefly on :

  • (a) Splenomegaly.   (17 marks)
  • (b) Causes of vaginal infections.      (10 marks)
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Kerala University MD Homeopathy Organon Papers

     Kerala University MD Homeopathy Organon Question Papers of various Years
MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JANUARY 2008
Part II. Branch : Homoeopathic Philosophy
Paper 1. ORGANON  of Medicine
  Time Three Hours     Maximum 100 Marks     Answer all questions.

I. Explain the evolution of the concept of Dose in Homoeopathy through different editions of Organon of Medicine.  20

11. “This is so true, that no previously existing disease can be cured, even by Nature herself, by the accession of a new dissimilar disease.” Explain with suitable examples.   20

III.  Psora is that most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most misapprehended chronic miasmatic disease. Substantiate.   20

IV. Give a short account of the following:

  • a) Epidemic diseases, their investigations and management.10
  • b) Hindrances to the cure of chronic diseases.    10

V. Write briefly on:

  • a) Medicine of Experience.   10
  • b) Derivatives and counter-irritants. 10

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JANUARY 2008
Branch I – M.D. (HOM.) HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
Paper II: Homoeopathic Philosophy and Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics
 

SECTION – A – Homoeopathic Philosophy
I. Individualisation is the cardinal principle of a true pathology as well as of a true therapeutics. Explain with reference to Stuart Close. 20

11. Explain remedy reaction as elaborated by H.A. Roberts.   20

III.  Briefly on

  • a)  Pseudo psora
  • b) Science of hygiene. 10

SECTION – B
Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics

IV. Discuss the aetio-pathogenesis, miasmatic background, investigations and complications of Diabetes Mellitus. Give the indications of four constitutional medicines, with four characteristic symptoms each.      (3+3+3+3+8=20)

V. Give a short account of the following

  • a) Liver Function Tests  10
  • b) Intestinal obstruction    10
  • c) Menopausal syndrome.  10

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY   PAPER – I – ORGANON OF MEDICINE

1.All this was pure ostentation. It was a mode of treatment that did no good to the patients ‘ Explain ?    (25 marks)

2.Nature has but few diseases to send to the homoeopathic relief of other diseases , & these its medicinal agents are accompanied by many inconveniences. Explain ?  (25)

3.Define & classify mental diseases & explain their investigation & management. What has the revolution that Dr. Hahnemann recommended in the attitude towards mentally ill patients ? (25)

4. Discuss the evolution of the concept of vitalism through pre – Hahnemannian writing  & the various editions of organon of medicine ? (25) 

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
PART – II HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
PAPER – II – HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY & MIASM

1.Discuss the concepts of totality of symptoms in Homoeopathic practice with reference to Hahnemann, Kent, H A Roberts, Stuart Close  25

2. In general it I may be started that any curable disease may be cured by any potency , when the indicated remedy is administered; but that the cure may be accelerated by selecting the potency or dose appropriate to the individual’ Explain      25

3. Explain the utility of miasmatic nature of diseases as elaborated by JH Allen   25

4. Write a short account for

a. To what extend the fundamental laws of nature are related to homoeopathy? Discuss with reference to HA Roberts   15

b. Treatment of Syphilitic miasm  10 

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
Part II Branch : Homeopathic Philosophy
Paper I–Organon of Medicine

l. “The  truths explain  the  salutary character of the homeopathic treatment, as also  the perversity of the antipathic (palliative) method”. Explain.  (25 marks)

2. Discuss the relevance and significance of Hahnemann’s classification of diseases in clinical practice.  (25 marks)

3.  What is the most appropriate regimen recornmended by Dr. Hahnemann ,luring the employment, of medicines in diseases(25 marks)

1. “Blind experience sometimes led them to a homeopathic mode of treatment, and vet they did not perceive the law of nature in obedience to which cures so effected did and must unsure”. Explain.  (25 marks) 

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
Part II Branch : Homeopathic Philosophy
Paper II–HOMEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY-Miasm

1. Explain the concept of SIMILIMUM according to Dr. Hahnemann, Dr. Kent and Dr. Richard Hughes. (25  marks)

2. Psora is the most ancient, most universal, most destructive and yet the most apprehend chronic iasmatic disease. Explain?  25 marks

3. Discuss the scope and limitations of science and hygiene and science of therapeutics according to Hahnemann  25 marks

4. Write short notes on

  • a) Second prescription and second best remedy
  • b) Palliation and suppression     25 marks

 Kerala University  M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination, September  2011

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

Paper – I : ORGANON OF MEDICINE

l. They must, therefore, all have for their origin and foundation chronic miasms, whereby their parasitical existence in human organism is enabled to continually  rise and grow. Explain.    20

2. The Dissimilar diseases do not cure, or remove each other. Substantiate With  suitable examples. 20

3. What are the preliminaries to be attended to in investigating the pure effects of drugs on healthy individuals ‘?  20

4. Give a short account of the following :

a) The most deplorable and incurable chronic diseases    10

b) Mental and emotional make up of a Psoric patient      10

5. Write briefly on :

a) Rules for the treatment of One sided diseases 10

b) Aesculapius in Balance

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Kerala University MD Homeopathy Repertory Question Papers

MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JANUARY 2008
Part 11.Paper I Case Taking (New Scheme)
Time Three Hours                       Maximum 100 Marks
Answer all questions.
Kerala University MD Homeopathy Repertory Question Papers of various years

1.What are the objectives of case taking? Write the instructions given by Roberts for taking a case. (5+15=20)

2. Explain the concept of totality of Boger. How does it differ from the concept of Kent. 10+10=20)

3 How do you grade the symptoms while recording a case ? Explain the grade of symptoms suggested by Boenninghausen and Kent.(6+14=20)

4. Give a brief account of:  (10+10=20)

  • a) Case taking in a mental patient.
  • b) Unprejudiced observer.

5. Write short notes on:     (5×420 Marks)

  • a) Approach to older patients.
  • b) Laboratory investigations.
  • c) The patient victim of adverse environment.
  • d) Potential differential field.
  • e) Analysis and totality.

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  JANUARY 2008
 Part 11. Paper — II: Repertories and Repertorisation and Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics

SECTION – A
I. What do you mean by ‘cross repertorization’ ? What are methods followed in cross repertorization. How  do you analyse the repertorial result. (3+5+7=15)

2. Discuss the origin of the concept of repertories. Mention the early repertories in chronological order. (7+8=15)

3. Write short notes on :    (4×5=20 Marks)

  • a) Card repertories.
  • b) Gentry’s concordance repertory.
  • c) Repertorium universalae.
  • d) Mac Repertory.

SECTION – B
1. Discuss the presentation of a case of schizophrenia. What are the types of schizophrenia mentioned in synthetic repertory ? Mention some important remedies mentioned in the repertory. (5+5±5=15)

II. What are the subrubrics given under Bronchitis in Boericke’ s repertory. Mention 3    to 5 remedies for the subrubrics.  (8+7=15)

III. Write the location of the following rubrics in synthetic and synthesis.   (4×520 Marks)

  • a) Agranulocytosis
  • b) Catalepsy
  • c) Lymphogranulomatosis
  • d Placenta previa
  • e) Catatonia

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
PAPER – I–  REPERTORY

1. Briefly describe

  • a) Ranking of concomitant symptoms
  • b) Enigma
  • c) Sources & fundamentals of first English repertory
  • d) Totality according to Elizabeth wright
  • e) Doctrines of Synthetic Repertory    (25)

2. Comment on

  • a) Comparatively reduced number of medicines in the concordance chapter of  Boger Boenninghausen
  • b) Prophylaxis & Repertory
  • c) Kent’ s view on dreams
  • d) Symptomatology according to Stuart Close
  • e) Use of strange peculiar symptom  as eliminating symptom  (25)

3. Short notes on

  • a) HA Roberts contribution to Repertory
  • b) Evolution of Jahr’s Repertory
  • c) TF Allen’s modifications of Therapeutic pocket book
  • d) Accidental symptoms
  • e) Root of  Repertory  ideas      (25)

4. Note briefly on

  • a) Second prescription with Repertory
  • b) Sources of complete Repertory
  • c) Generic symptoms
  • d) Interrelation between auxiliary & general symptoms
  • e) Clinical application of puritan Repetory   (25)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
PAPER – II–  REPERTORY

1. Explain the salient features of the following

  • a. 2nd volume of concordance Repertory
  • b. Allen’s fever
  • c. Chapter Toxicity in Murphy’s Repertory
  • d. Chapter Fever of Boger Boenninghausen
  • e.  Chapter Children of Murphy’s Repertory   25

2. Write in brief

  • a. Advantages of Final general Repertory over Kent’s Repertory
  • b. Constitution of Repertory
  • c. Classification of card Repertory
  • d. Limitations of Murphy’s Repertory
  • e. Importance of mental symptoms in acute & chronic case   (25)

3. Give chapter , rubric, subrubric in

 a. Kent

  •    1. Child grasps nurse wn carried
  •    2. Aflame of fire seem to pass through him
  •    3. Sensation as if thread were stretched from nape to eyes
  •    4. Sensation as if diarrhoea would come
  •    5. Involuntary urination & stool when not straining. Voluntary    defecation impossible

b. Boger

  • 1. Better  by boring ears & eyes with fingers
  • 2. Must wait for urine to start
  • 3. Sensitive to cold
  • 4. Day dreaming
  • 5. Rubella

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
PAPER – III–  REPERTORY

1. Write the salient features of Hompath & Homoeonet. Compare it with similia HRS & medical expert system.25

2. Make a brief note on

  • a. Precautions to be taken for using eliminative method for repertorisation
  • b. Usage of Kishore card Rpertory
  • c. Advantages & disadvantages of soft ware repertorisation
  • d. Additional features of latest version of Radar
  • e. Directions given by Margaret Tyler in Repertorisation   25

3. Shortnotes on

  • a. Drawback of total addition method of Repertorisation
  • b. Clinical application of fever of Boger Boenninghausen
  • c. Cross Repertorisation – Different ways
  • d. Repertorisation of cases with few particular symptoms
  • e. Ingredients of Totality of Boger        25

2. Denotations of

  • a. Bright’s disease, Dyccrasia, Fever postponing, Languor, Prurigo
  • b. Besnur Boeck Schumann, Trichinosis, Rotheln, Milkcake, Dacosta’s syndrome
  • c. Salt rheum, Bulimia, Pernio, Astringent. Bituminous
  • d. Sudoral Fever, Prairne itch, Stenocardia, Esophoria, Finery
  • e. Ichor, Insolatio, Noma, Pabulum, Festering   25

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  MAY 2009
Paper – II : Repertories and Repertorisation and Practice of Homoeopathy in Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics

SECTION – A
1. Write the philosophy of Kent’s Repertory. Discuss how the various repertories have been evolved by different authors on the basis of Kent’s repertories. 7+8=15

2. Discuss the comparative construction and utility of Boricke’s and Clark’s Repertories.   15

3. Write short notes on :(4×5=20 Marks)

  •  a) Boenninghusen’s view on finding simillimum. b) Utility of Knerr’s repertory.
  • c) Merits and demerits of card repertory d) RADAR computer program.

SECTION – B
I. What is Hemangioma ? Write what are types of Hemangioma mentioned in synthetic repertory. Mention 2 – 3 remedies for each sub-rubrics.   15

II. What is Paralysis agitans ? Mention where do you locate it in different repertories. Mention 5 high grade remedies for it.     5+5+5=15

III. What do you mean by the following terms ? Mention where do you find them in Repertories.   (4×5=20 Marks)

  • a) Leukemia
  • b) Hodgkin’s disease c) Onychia
  • d) Endometritis
  • e) Infantilismus genitalis

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
Branch : Repertory Paper I-REPERTORY-Paper I (New Scheme)

I.  Short note on:

  • (a) Source of Kent’s Repertory. Its subsequent development upto present edition.
  • (b) Modifications made by T.F. Allen and Therapeutic pocket book.
  • (c) Critical study on the doctrine of analogy.
  • (d) Evaluation of Menstrual complaints.
  • (e) Corroboratory symptoms.  (25 marks)

II. Differentiate the following with examples :

  • (a) Synthetic general and over generalisation.
  • (b) Symptom in general and general symptom.
  • (c) Synonyms and cross reference.
  • (d) Anamneris and synthesis.
  • (e) Pathological symptoms and pathological generals.  (25 marks)

III. Describe the following:

  • (a) Gurnsey’s card repertory.
  • (b) Computer repertories-Advantages of each one.
  • (c) Life and work of C.M. Boger.
  • (d) Totality of symptoms by H.A. Robert.
  • (e) Evolution of card repertory.        (25 marks)

IV. Note down:

(a) Year of publishing the following:

  •      (i) Holcomb’s sensation as if.
  •      (ii) Hering’s Analytical repertory.
  •     (iii) Repertory of neuralgias by Lutze.
  •      (iv) Gurnsey’s desines and aversion.
  •      (v) Mure’s, repertory.

(b) Old and new method of ranking of remedies of therapeutic pocket book.

(c) Repertories on female complaints.

(d) Meaning of the following symbols in repertory : Il,: ,t,TE,e

(e) Denotation of:

  • 1 Procrastinate. 2 Lectrophobia. 3   Besnier’s disease. 4 Effeminate. 5 Improvident.    (25 marks)

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  February 2009
Branch : Repertory Paper II-REPERTORY-Paper I

l.  Differentiate the following. Mention medicines for each:

  • (a) Disposition to contradict and obstinate.
  • (b) Ecstasy and Exhilaration.
  • (c) Lewdness and shameless.
  • (d) Childish and Foolish behaviour.
  • (e) Absorbed in thought and abstraction of mind.   (25 marks)

2. Make a brief note on :

  • (a) Deduction of case for repertorisat:on.
  • (b) Management of intermittent fever.
  • (c) Disadvantages of Murphy’s Repertory.
  • (d) Evaluation of Kneer’s Repertory and its relation with kent. (e)  Minton’s uterine disease.  (25 marks)

3. Compare and contrast the following:

  • (a) Berridge eye is Eye chapter of synthesis.
  • (b) Douglas skin and skin chapter of synthesis.
  • (c) Arrangement of rubric of Kneer’s Repertory and Gentry’s concordance.
  • (d) Applicability of Murphy’s Repertory and synthesis.
  • (e)  Kunzli’s Repertory and Kent’s Repertory.    (25 marks)

4. Note down the chapter, rubric and subrubric in :
(a) Synthesis :

  • (i)  Quartan fever with white discolouration of tongue.
  • (ii)  Dacosta’s syndrome.
  • (iii) Euthanaria.
  • (iv) Low fever state.
  • (v) Fatty degeneration of muscles.

(b) Murphy’s Repertory:

  • (i)Full moon <.
  • (ii) Child put fingers in mouth.
  • (iii) Reiter’s syndrome.
  • (iv) Mononucleoris.
  • (v) Dyslexia.

(c) Kneer’s Repertory:

  • (i) Face bloated in sunstroke.
  • (ii) Liquids comes through the nose while drinking.
  • (iii) Heartburn during pregnancy.
  • ((iv) Parkinsonism.
  • (v) Emaciation in children.

(d) Gentry’s Concordance :

  • (i)  Glands of neck swollen.
  • (ii) Brittle finger nails.
  • (iii) Severe backache relieved after passing urine.
  • (iv)Dreams of great thirst.
  • (v) Voice not clear and cracked when singing breaks when attempting to sing.

(e) Kent’s Repertory:

  • (i) Bleeding per vagina while nursing the child.
  • (ii) Pain on opening mouth.
  • (iii) Convulsion after vertigo on rising from chair.
  • (iv) Careless about her personal appearance.
  •  (v) Pressure of bat <.     25 marks

     MD (HOMOEOPATHY) DEGREE EXAMINATION  FEBRUARY 2009
Branch : Repertory Paper III-REPERTORY-Paper I (New Scheme)

1. Differentiate the following

  • a) Total  addition and eliminative method of repertorisation
  • b) MAC & CARA
  • c) Hahnemann’s and Boenninghausen’s method of repertorisation
  • d) Card and autovisual method
  • e) Repertorisation of fever cases with TPB & Boger repertory

2. Short notes on

  • a) HRS
  • b) Use of concordance chapter
  • c) Drawbacks of plain paper method
  • d) Working on a case with no general symptom
  • e) Latest version of RADAR

3. Describe the following

  • a) Use of cross repertorisation
  • b) Eliciting totality for card repertorisation
  • c) Precautions to be taken for computer repertorisation
  • d) Directions given by ML Tyler in repertorisation
  • e) Basics of computer

4. Denotations of the following

  • a) Basedow’s disease ,  Maledictions, Chordae, Synalgia,  Puns
  • b) Aerophagia, Psychotropic, Sjogern’s syndrome, Chryptoccosis, Caprophagic
  • c) Pyrosis, Reiter’s syndrome, Duchenne Friedrich syndrome, Chemoris, Transpined
  • d) St. Anthony’s fire, Stomacace, Struma, Prarie Itch, Hebdomidal
  • e) Empyreumatic, Discotdant, Asthenic, Sphacelus, Limpid

Kerala University  M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination, October 2011
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

Paper . 1 – Case taking & Repertory

1. Discuss the case taking, treatment and management in intermittent  diseases. Describe  the case taking and management in sporadic and epidemic diseases. 20

2. What is the procedure in finding out the similimum and making the follow up in a case of advanced  pathological changes and few symptoms   20

3. Case taking is an art. Explain the statement.  20

4.a) importance of anamnesis  and catamnesis

b) Synthesis of a case

c) Concept of totality according to Boenninghausen

d) Pseudochronic  diseases.           (4×5 =20 Marks)

5. a) Discuss eliminating symptoms and its utility in repertorisation.

b) Essential evolutionary totality.

c) Basic difference between aphorism 83 with aphorism 98 in case taking.

d) Accidental symptoms.     4×5 =2o Marks

Kerala University  M.D. Homoeopathy Degree Examination, October 2011
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Paper . 11 –  Repertory and Repertorisation 

 1. Discuss the salient features of RADAR. Describe the chapter ‘Generals’ of A synthesis. s 20

2. Describe the construction of Knerr’s repertory with comparison to the other repertory of Puritan group. Make suggestions to make it more useful.   20.

 3. Discuss the following chapters of Murphy’s repertory.  20

  • a) Children
  • b) Constitution
  • c) Emergency
  • c) Pregnancy
  • e) Environment.

4. Explain

  • a) Complete repertory
  • b) Kent’s Repertorium Generate
  • c) Prophylaxis and Repertory

5. Give the denotations of the following  rubrics

  •  a) Perfidious
  • b) Dacosta’s  syndrome
  • c) Basedow’s disease
  • d) Taedium vitae
  • e) Lentigo
  • f) Moruans disease
  • g) Incubus
  • h) Charlatan
  • j) Coquetish                 10 x 2 = 20

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