Chhatisgarh PSC Homeopathy Medical Officer Exam paper 2010

Chhatisgarh Public Service Commission. Raipur Medical Officer Homeopathy Exam 04/04/2010.
CGHP. 09  Question Paper (Sub. Code 01).
No. of  Questions in Booklet :100.
Time : 2 Hours,  Total Marks : 300

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(1) Materia Medica

1. Devil’s Dung is the common name of :

  • (A) Baptisia tinctoria       (B) Asafoetida
  • (C) Melilotus                       (D) Helleborus niger

2.At every menstrual nisus throat, mouth and tongue become intolerably dry especially when sleeping :

  • (A) Nux vomica and Nux moschata   (B) Lac can
  • (C) Tarentula                                               (D) Cyclamen

 3.Kreosotum is inimical to :

  • (A) Carbo veg        (B) Kali carb
  • (C)Nux vomica      (D) Phosphorous

4. Mental labor best performed at night :

  • (A) Nux vomica     (B) Argentum nitricum
  • (C) Lachesis            (D) Fluoric acid

5.In goitre after Spongia the medicine can be given is :

  • (A) Iodum                (B) Bromium
  • (C) Thyroidinum   (D) Fluoric acid

6. Must change position frequently but it is painful and gives little relief :

  • (A) Causticum       (B) Arsenic
  • (C) Natrum sulph  (D)Both (A) and (C)

 7. Chronic asthma in summer :

  • (A) Psorinum       (B) Syphilinum
  • (C) Medorrhinum (D) Bovista

8. Dreams that she is drinking :

  • (A) Arsenic         (B) Medorrhinum
  • (C)Phosphorus    (D) All of these

9.Vertigo at night with urging to urinate :

  • (A) Theredivn       (B) Spigeiia
  • (C) Tabacum        (D) Hypericum

10.Pain in back when swallowing :

  • (A) Kali carb          (B) Lycopodium
  • (C) Graphites         (D)Zincum met

11.Fear of being assassinated :

  • (A) Lac can            (B) Plumb met
  • (C) Aurum met      (D) Zincum met

12. Which of the following is known as louse seed :

  • (A) Phytolocca      (B) Staphisagria
  • (C) Lycopodium    (D) Anacardium

13. For first stage of ulceration of cornea :

  • (A) Sulphur            (B) Physostigma
  • (C) Calendula        (D) Sarsaparilla

14.Can not eat meat, it causes eructation, pruritis

  • (A) Cal. Phos    (B) Nitric Acid
  • (c) Rumex        (D) Bovista

15.The remedy for pain of death, soothes the last struggle

  • (A) Tarentula cubensis     (B) Veratrum album
  • (C) Hypericum                (D) Phosphoric acid

16.Albuminuria at later and full term pregnancy

  • (A) Merc cor.     (B) Phos
  • (C) Apis mel     (D) Helleborus

17. Aconite is contraindicated

  • (A) Malarial fever         (B) Pyaemic condition
  • (C) Both of the above   (D) None of these

18. Chills runs up and down the back with shivering, followed by a suffocating sensation:

  • (A) Medorrhinum     (B) Mag phos
  • (C) Cyclamen              (D) Spigelia

19. Will often abort a beginning suppurative process near the rectum

  • (A) Rhustox    (B) Ruta. g.
  • (C) Ratanhia   (D) Silicea

20.Vivid dreams of fire is found in

  • (A) Heper sulph    (B) Phosphorous
  • (C) Sulphur          (D Cicuta

(2) Biochemic Medicines

21. Fears financial ruin :

  • (A) Kali. phos         (B) Cal. flour
  • (C) Cal. phos          (D) Natrum phos

22.Dreams of Running water :

  • (A) Kali sulph         (B) Natrum sulph
  • (C) Kali phos          (D) Natrurn phos

23. Hippocratic countenance :

  • (A) Calcarea sulph   (B)Kali. mur
  • (C) Kali phos              (D) Natrum phos

24. Sensation of hair at tip of the tongue :

  • (A) Natrum phos      (B) Natrum mur
  • (C) Mag phos             (D) Kali mur

25. Golden yellow coating on tongue :

  • (A) Natrum sulph    (B) Kali sulph
  • (C) Mag mur               (D) Natrum phos.

(3) Pharmacy

26. Which of the following is false :

  • (A) Sp Gr of olive oil is 0.813-0.890
  • (B) Sp Gr of glycerine is 1.255-1.266
  • (C) Sp Gr of dilute alcohol is 0.913-0.916
  • (D) P Gr of absolute alcohol is -0.7935

27. Q.L. or Quantum libet means :

  • (A) As much as required                    (B) As much as you please
  • (C) As much as one can repeat          (D) None of these

28. “Poison is everything and nothing is without poison, the dose make it a poison or a remedy” declared by :

  • (A) Hahnemann   (B) Asclepiades
  • (C) Paracelsus    (D) Rademacher and Hahnemann both

29.Drug power of Moschus by new method of preparation is :

  • (A) 1/10 (B) 1/20
  • (C) 1/30 (D) 1/100

30. Anacardium orientale is prepared in which class of old method :

  • (A) Class IV             (B) Class IX
  • (C) Class VII            (D) Both Class IV and IX

(4) Forensic Medicine 

31. Number of hours since death is calculated by multiplying the fall in rectal temperature :

  • (A) 0.33        (B) 0.67
  • (C) 1.33       (D) 1.5 32

32. Puglistic attitude in burn is seen in :

  • (A) Antemortem burn
  • (B) Postmortem burn
  • (C) Both Antemortem and Postmortem burn
  • (D) Suicidal burn

33. To make a positive identification with the help of a partial finger point, the points of similarity should be at least :

  • (A) 10     (B) 16
  • (C) 12     (D) 22

34.Pearson’s formula is used for :

  • (A) Race             (B) Age
  • (C) Stature         (D) Cephalic index

35.A dead born fetus does not have :

  • (A) Rigor mortis at birth            (B) Adepocere formation
  • (C) Maceration                         (D) Mummification

(6) Toxicology 

36.Run Amok Homicid delusion is characteristic of :

  • (A) Cannabis          (B) Cocaine
  • C) Dhatura             (D) Alcohol poisoning

37. Perforation of stomach is more common due to :

  • (A) Nitric acid                         (B) Sulphuric acid
  • (C) Hydrochloric acid          (D) Carbolic acid

38. Macewan’s sign is associated with :

  • (A) Alcohol poisoning          (B) Pontine Haemorrhage
  • (C) Cerebellar tumour         (D) Cocaine intoxication

39. In organophosphorus poisoning the following are seen except :

  • (A) Pupillary dilatation        (B) Salivation
  • (C) Bronchospasm                 (D) Sweating

40. About 20 gms of hair required to be preserved in :

  • (A)Mineral poisoning           (B) Antimony poisoning
  • (C) Codeine poisoning         (D) Aconite poisoning

(6) Community Medicine

41.Pasteurization kills all except :

  • (A) Sore throat causing bacilli
  • (B) Bacillary dysentery organism
  • (C) Staphylococcal exotoxin
  • (D) Brucellosis

42.Colour produced in orthotoluidine test is :

  • (A) Red   (B) Yellow
  • (C) Blue  (D) Green

43. Floor space for two persons is :

  • (A) 70-90 sq. feet                  (B) 90-100 sq. feet
  • (C) 50–70 sq. feet                (D) 110-120 sq. feet

44.Bhopal gas tragedy is an example of :

  • (A) Point source epidemic   (B)Propagated epidemic
  • (C) Mass epidemic                  (D)None of these

45.Diagnostic accuracy of a test is determined by :

  • (A) Sensitivity                        (B) Specificity
  • (C) Predictive value             (D) None of these

(7) National Health Programme

 46.Problem village is all except :

  • (A) Where no water source in a distance of 1.6 km from a community
  • (B) Water is more than depth of 15 m
  • (C) There is excess of Na+, K+, F+, Salts
  • D) Risk of Guinea worm infection

47.ICDS package does not include :

  • (A) Nutrition                          (B) Immunization
  • (C) Health check up            (C) Formal education

48.All of the following programmes are sponsored by ministry of social welfare except :

  • (A) Balwadi Nutrition Programme     (B) Special Nutrition Programme
  • (C) Mid-day Meal Programme           (D) ICDS

49. Iodized oil used in preventing goitre is :

  • (A) Croton oil        (B) Castor oil
  • (C) Almond oil       (C) Poppy seed oil

50. Child guidance clinic is helpful for :

  • (A) Bedwetting problem     (B) Impaired hearing
  • (C) Eye squint                  (D) Cerebral palsy

(8) Surgery

51.In Glasgow coma scale all of the following are considered except :

  • (A) Eye opening          (B) Verbal response
  • (C) Motor response     (D) Sensory response

52.Nicoladoni branham sign is :

  • (A) Compression causes tachycardia      (B) Compression causes bradycardia
  • (C) Hypotension                                                (D) Systolic filling

53.The commonest complication of intracapsular fracture neck of femur is :

  • (A) Osteoarthritis   (B) Malunion
  • (C) Shortening         (D) Nonunion

54. Fracture zygoma shows all the features except :

  • (A) Diplopia             (B) CSF Rhinorrhoea
  • (C) Epistaxis            (D) Trismus

55. Skin graft survival in the first 48 hours is dependent on :

  • (A)Random connection between host and donor capillaries
  • (B) Plasmatic imbibition
  • (C) Saline dressing
  • (D)Development of New blood vessels

56.Seat belt causes injury to :

  • (A) Duodenum
  • (B) Head injury due to wind screen
  • (C) Thorax
  • (D) All of the above

57. Which one is not Ranson’s prognostic criteria in acute pancreatitis

  • (A) Age over 55 years
  • (B) Blood glucose more than 200 mg%
  • (C) WBC more than 16000/mm3
  • (D) Serum calcium more than 8 mg%

58.Commonest complication following the haemorrhoidectomy is :

  • (A) Haemorrhage                  (B) Infection
  • (C) Urinary retention          (D) Fecal impaction

59. Vicryl, the commonly used suture material is a :

  • (A) Homopolymer of polydioxanone
  • (B) Co-polymer of glycolide and lectide
  • (C) Homopolymer of glycolide
  • (D) Homopolymer of lactide

60.Glod standard for reflux oesophagitis :

  • (A) Manomary                      (B) Barium swallow
  • (C)24 hrs pH study               (D) X-Ray abdomen

(9) Obstetrics and Gynaecology

61. Screening by using maternal serum alpha fetoproteins helps to detect all of the following except :

  • (A) Neural Tube Defect         (B) Duodenal Atresia
  • (C) Talipes equinovarus        (D) Omphalocele

62. Lochia rubra is seen up to :

  • (A) 5 days              (C) 10 days
  • (C) 15 days            (D) 20 days

63. If division of fertilized egg occurs at 4th -8th  day, what kind of monozygotic twin pregnancy will it give rise to :

  • (A) Diamniotic Dichorionic                    (B) Diamniotic Monochorionic
  • (C) Monoamniotic Monochorionic      (D) Conjoint twins

64. Sex determination in early pregnancy is done by :

  • (A) X-Rays                       (B)USG
  • (C) Amniocentasis      (D) Hysteroscopy

65. Most common site of puerperal infection is :

  • (A) Episiotomy wound         (B) Placental site
  • (C) Vaginal laceration          (D) Cervical laceration

66. Rule of Hasse is used to determine :

  • (A) The age of the fetus      (B) Height of the Adult
  • (C) Race of a person          (D) Identification

67.Cystocele is formed by which part of bladder ?

  • (A) Trigone                        (B) Base
  • (C) Superior surface       (D) Posterior

68. Confirmation of the diagnosis of the vesicular mole is by

  • (A) Vaginal examination         (B) X-Rays
  • (C) Abdominal examination    (D) Ultrasonography

69. Most fixed retroversion of uterus results from :

  • (A) Congenital         (B) Endometriosis
  • (C) Pelvic tumour   (D) Salpingo-oophoritis

70. Meconium is excreted by a newborn till :

  • (A) Second day     (B) 3rd  day
  • (C) 6th  day            (D) 4th  day

(10) Practice of Medicine

71. Decreased glucose level in pleural effusion is found in :

  • (A) Rheumatoid arthritis                     (B) SLE
  • (C) Pneumococcal infection               (D) P. carini infection

72. Fibrosis around Brunner’s gland is characteristic of :

  • (A) Intestinal lymphoma      (B) Radiation enteritis
  • (C) Amyloidosis                     (D) Scleroderma

73.In coeliac sprue there is deficiency of all except :

  • (A) Vitamin A         (B) Vitamin B12
  • (C) Folic acid         (D) Iron

74. Hepatitis B virus is associated with :

  • (A) SLE                                       (B) Polyanteritis nodosa
  • (C) Sjogren’s syndrome       (D) Wegnar granulomatosis

75. Vitamin D resistant ricket is inherited as :

  • (A) Autosomal dominant     (B) Autosomal recessive
  • (C) X-linked recessive         (D) X-linked dominant

76.Astasia abasia is seen in :

  • (A) Perkinsonism  (B) Alzheimer’s
  • (C) Schizophrenia (D) Hysterical convulsion disorder

77. Insulin stress test estimates :

  • (A) Diabetes melitus            (B)Growth hormone
  • (C) Glucagons assay             (D)Catecholamines

78. In diabetic nephropathy all of the following are true except :

  • (A) Candiovascular abnormalities can occur
  • (B) Micro and macro-albuminuria can occur
  • (C) ACE inhibitors can reduce microalbuminuria
  • (D)Insulin requirements become high

79. Isolated 3rd Nerve palsy seen in :

  • (A) Frontal tumour               (B)Weber syndrome
  • (C) Diabetes                      (D) Internal carotid aneurysm

80.Lesion not seen in Lepromatous leprosy :

  • (A) Papule              (B) Macule
  • (C) Vesicle             (D) Nodes

81.Alopecia areata is due to :

  • (A) Estrogen stimulation     (B) Androgen stimulation
  • (C) Lichenoid reaction        (D) Autoimmune

82.Sinusitis in children is commonest in :

  • (A) Frontal             (B) Maxillary
  • (C) Ethmoidal        (D) Sphenoid

83.Thrombosis of superior branch of middle cerebral artery leads to :

  • (A) Motor aphasia                           (B) Urinary incontinence
  • (C) Homonymus hernianopia     (D) Contralateral grasp reflex

84.Plucked chicken skin appearance is pathognomonic of :

  • (A) Pseudoxanthoma elastica     (B) Marfan’s syndrome
  • (C) Homocystinuria                        (D) Acute intermittent porphyria

85.All of the following can cause diabetes insipidus except :

  • (A) Multiple sclerosis          (B) Head injury
  • (C) Histocystosis              (D) Viral encephalitis

(11) Organon of Medicine and Homoeopathic Philosophy including Repertory 

86.In 2nd and 3rd  edition of organon of Medicine the missing aphorisms are :

  • (A)215, 216, 217    (B) 216, 217, 218
  • (C) 217, 218, 219   (D) 218, 219, 220

87. Duty of Physician if no improvement follows after giving the drugs which have alternating action :

  • (A) Give placebo
  • (B) Give same medicine in higher potency
  • (C) Give equally small dose of same medicine
  • (D) Change the remedy immediately

88. During the course of LM potency if there is aggravation then medicine to be taken from 2nd or 3rd cup, is stated in :

  • (A) Aph. 247 footnote 6th edition
  • (B) Aph. 248 footnote 6th edition
  • (C) Aph. 270 footnote 6th edition
  • (D) Aph. 246 footnote 6th edition

89. Among the 12 observations which observations are unfavorable :

  • (A) 5, 7, 10, 12      (B) 2, 4, 6, 8
  • (C) 3, 5, 9, 11        (D) 1, 4, 6, 11

90. According to Hahnemann a person who is to be mesmerised should not wear :

  • (A) Cotton         (B) Wool
  • (C) Silk                 (D) Linen

91.Camphor is antidoted by :

  • (A) Camphor itself
  • (B) Opium
  • (C) Strong sulphuric acid
  • (D) Nothing can antidote camphor

92. Prone to crave for spirituous liquors —> it belongs to which miasmatic state ?

  • (A) Psoric               (B) Sycotic
  • (C) Syphilitic        (D) Tubercular

93. During proving of the narcotics we observe the :

  • (A) Primary action                (B) Secondary action
  • (C) Alternating action          (D) All of these

94. Usually aggravated from eating any food and ameliorated by lying on the stomach or by pressure, belongs to :

  • (A) Psoric               (B) Sycotic
  • (C) Syphilitic          (D) Tubercular

95. Father of homoeopathic veterinary science is :

  • (A) Hahnemann      (B) M. Lux
  • (C) Griesselich        (D) Jenner

96. Preface to the “Repertory of the antipsoric medicine” was given by :

  • (A) Boenninghausem     (B) A. Lippe
  • (C) Hahnemann               (D) C. Dunham

97.Madame Hahnemann requested permission from the police to keep the master Hahnemann’s dead body for :

  • (A) 2-3 days     (B) 5-7 days
  • (C) 9-13 days   (D) 14-20 days

98. O tempora ! O mores ! has been stated by Hahnemann in connection to :

  • (A) Large doses of Drug
  • (B) Use of Alcohol
  • (C) Disadvantages of poly pharmacy
  • (D) Against the use of external application

99.Homoeopathic aggravation is the :

  • (A) Primary action                          (B) Secondary counter-action
  • (C) Secondary curative action     (D) Alternating action

100. According to Hahnemann how long the power of globule remains undiminished and used for olfaction it kept away from sunlight :

  • (A) 1-5 years      (B) 6-10 years
  • (C) 12-15 years   (D)18 or 20 years 

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