IHMA Model MD Homeopathy Entrance 2010 Paper II

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1) Match the following items in list

     List 1                                                  List 2

  •  A) Hepatitis B                 1) High mortality rate in pregnant women
  •  B) HeapatitisD                2) Chromic hepatitis in more than 50%cases
  •  C) HepatitisC                  3) Ground glass hepatocytes
  •  D) Heaptitis E                 4) Defective genes

 (a)A-3,B-4,C-1,D-2     (b)A-3,B-4,C-2,D-1

 (c)A-4,B-3,C-2,D-1     (d)A-4,B-3,C-1,D-2

2) A loud first heart sound is heard in all the following except

  •  A) Mitral stenosis               (b)Fever
  •  B) Mitral incompetence  (d)Lown Ganong Levine syndrome

3) Measurement of glycosylated haemoglobin gives indication of glycaemic control over the preceding

  •  A) 4-6Weeks    (b)6-8weeks
    (c)8-10weeks   (d)10-12weeks

4) In Kawasaki` disease the cause of death is

  • A) Coronary arteritis (b)Cerebral infarction
    C) Pneumonia                (d)Renal failure

5)A young lady has been admitted with  complaints of acute pain in abdomen,vomiting,abdominal distension &constipation. Clinically she has been diagnosed as intestinal obstruction. The most  appropriate investigation is

  • A) USGabdomen (b)Plain xray abdomen
  • (c)Upper G.I.endoscopy (d)C.T abdomen

6) Red currant jelly stool is associated with

  • A)Carcinoma pancreas (b)Intussusceptions
  • (c)Acute appendicitis (d)Duodenal atresia

7) Which among the following is not matching correctly?

  • A) Schultz charltons test              Scarlet fever
  • B) Freis test                                        Lymphogranuloma venereum
  • C) Jerish Herxheimer test           Chikungunya fever
  • D) Urea breath test                         Helico bactor pylori

8) Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:

             List I                                                                                                               List II
(Disorder producing the given disorders)                 (Clinical features associated with intestinal obstruction)

  • A. Intussusception                1. Extreme abdominal distension
  • B. Sigmoid volvulus               2. Red currant jelly stool
  • C. Duodenal atresia               3. Bells at the evening pealing
  • D. Acute appendicitis             4. Rovsing’s sign
    5.Double bubble sign


     A B C D

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

9) Consider the following antigens/ antibodies:

  • 1) Antibody to surface antigen (Anti HBs Ag anti-body)
  • 2) Hbe Ag (Hepatitis B envelope antigen)
  • 3) HBs AG (Hepatitis B surface antigen)

The correct sequence of their appearance in Hepatitis B virus infection is

  • A)3,2,1
  • B)1,2,3
  • C)3,1,2
  • D)2,1,3

10) Match List-I (Murmurs) with List-II (Disease state) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

         List-I                         List-II
( Murmurs)                (Disease state)

  • A. Carey-Coombs      1. Aortic incompetence
  • B. Austin-Flint           2. Pulmonary hypetension
  • C. Graham-Steell       3. Ruptured chorade tendinae
  • D. Seagull                4. Rheumatic carditis


     A B C D

  • A) 4 1 2 3
  • B) 1 4 3 2
  • C) 1 4 2 3
  • D) 4 1 3 2

11) Tuberculosis characteristically involves which of the following groups of lymph nodes?

  • A) Supra clavicular       B) Deep cervical    C) Upper jugular   D) Mediasitinal

12) Frothy copious blood tinged sputum is characteristically seen in

  • A) Acute bronchitis    B) Mitral stenosis   C) Tuberculosis
  • D) Acute pulmonary oedema

13) Inguinal & femoral hernia are differentiated by the relation with

  • A) Femoral artey                             B) Pubic tubercle
  • C) Inferior epigastric artery        D) Pectineal line

14) Primary feature of small intestinal obstruction

  • A) Abdominal distention                          B) Fever
  • C) High peristalisis with colic                   D) Vomiting

15) Bedsore is an example of

  • A) Post thrombotic ulcer   B) Tropical ulcer
  • C) Trophic ulcer                     D) Venous Ulcer

16) Signs and symptoms mimics appendicitis caused by

  • A) Yersinia  enterocolitica   B) Enteropathic E coli
  • C) Trichomonas hominis     D) Entrobius vermicularis

17) 18 F sized catheter means

  • A) 1.8” diameter             B) 18mm diameter at tip
  • C) 1.8” circumference  D) 18mm circumference

18) Battle sign is seen in fracture of

  • A) Maxilla                               B) Middle cranial fossa
  • C) Anterior cranial fossa  D) Posterior cranial fossa

19) M4 stage of AML is called as:

  • A) Acute myelomonoblastic leukemia B) Acute monoblastic leukemia
  • C) Myelomonocytic leukemia                  D) Monocytic leukemia

20) A patient is performing the movement of flexion of the hip Joint when she:

  • A) Moves the limb away from the midline in the coronal plane
  • B) Moves the limb posteriorly in the paramedian plane :
  • C) Moves the limb anteriorly in the paramedian plane
  • D) Moves the limb towards the median sagittal plane

21) The correct line of management in a child who has swallowed a coin

  • A) Wait and watch      B) Fibro optic endoscopy
  • C) Rigid endoscopy   D) Laparotomy

22) Which one of the following is the complication of “Meckel’s Diverticulum” ?

  • A) Retinal detachment
  • B) Haemorrhoids
  • C) Peptic ulcer
  • D) Corneal ulcer

23) Early neonatal period means

  • A) 1 day  B) 7 day   C) 14 day   D)28 day

24) Roseola infantum is caused by

  • A) CMV   B)EBV   C) Parvo virus  D) Human herpes 6

25) Most common in neonatal meningitis

  • A) Poor feeding       B) Convulsions
  • C) Nuchal rigidity   D) Bulging fontanles

26) Atavism is when child resembles

  • A) Parents    B) Grand parents   C) Twin   D) Cousin

27) Symptoms of minor brain damage

  • A) Hoarse cry  B) Hyper activity  C) Spasticity  D) Fits

28) Nipples cracked and ragged extreme sensitive cannot bear to touch this symptom peculiar to :

  • A) Silicea.              (B) Castor equi.
  • C) Sarasaparilla. (D) Graphitis.

29) Vomitting of Pregnancy in women have the colour of dark olive green is a feature of:

  • A) Carbolic acid. (B) Cerium oxalicum.
  • C) Sepia.                (D) Symphoricarpus.

30) Which medicine is more suitable for habitual abortion :

  • A) Sabina. (B) Vibrunam.
  • C) Sepia.    (D) Pulsatila.

31) The earliest symptom of pregnancy in a regularly menstruating women is :

  • A) Missing the period.              (B) Morning sickness.
  • C) Enlargement of abdomen. (D) Pica.

32) The most sensitive pregnancy test is :

  • A) Latex agglutination inhibition test for beta HCG.
  • B) Direct latext agglutination test for beta HCG.
  • C) Membrane ELISA.
  • D) Radio receptor assay.

33) Match the following

  • A) Abrtion from uterine debility                              (1) Sabina
  • B)Abortion from anaemia with profound melancholy(2)Sepia
  • C) Abortion in third month                                     (3)Helonias
  • D) Abortion in 5th to 7th month                             (4) Caulophyllum
  • (a)A-3,B-4,C-2,D-1 (b) A-4,B-3,C-1,D-2
  • (c) A-4,B-3,C-2,D-1 (d) A-2,B-3,C-1,D-4

34)  “Sour belching and vomiting of pregnancy,burning waterbrash and profuse salivation   day and night”-this symptom is found in

  • (a) Mer.sol (b)Colchicum (c) Ars.alb (d) Acetic.acid

35) A dark complexioned, lean and tall female is suffering from : chronic vaginitis for two years; leucorrheal discharge acrid, offensive with the odour of green corn which is worse between periods; violent itching of vulva and vagina while urinating; discharge stains the linen yellow and becomes stiff like starch; menstrual flow ceases on sitting or walking and reappears on lying down,incontinence of urine and can only urinate when lying. What is the most suitable remedy?

  • (a) Hydrastis
  • (b) Sepia
  • (c) Pulsatilla
  • (d) Kreosotum

36) Episiotomy is indicated in which one of the following?

  • (a) Rupture of perinium,
  • (b) Premature delivery
  • (c) Breech presentation
  • (d) All of the above

37) Vision 2020 contains all except

  • A) Glaucoma  B) Cataract   C) Refractive errors  D) Trachoma

38) Commonest cause of low vision in India

  • A) Cataract   B) Squint   C) Glaucoma   D) Uncorrected refractive errors

39) Tear film is composed of

  • A) 1 layer   B) 2 layer   C) 3 layer  D) 4 layer

40) Most common cause of ocular morbidity

  • A) Trauma   B) Trachoma  C) Vitamin deficiency   D) Cataract

41) Earliest affected in papilledema

  • A) Color sense   B) Esotropia   C) Lid reaction  D) Visual acuity

42) In RA the part most affected

  • A) Cartilage B) Synovium  C) Tendon   D) Subchondral bone

43) Most commonest site of tumor of bones

  • A) Tibia   B) Femur   C) Humerus   D) Vertebral column

44) Most common complication of fracture clavicle

  • A) Non union  B) Stiffness  C) mal union D) Injury to brachial plexus

45) In an infant with ASOM, the infecting organism is likely to be

  • A)Pneumococcus   B)H.Influenza C)Streptococcus D)Staphylococcus

46) Schwartze operation is done in

  • A) CSOM     B) Acute mastoiditis  C)Otosclerosis  D)Serous otitis media

47) Otosclerois affects

  • A) Tympanic membrane  B)Round window  C) Oval window   D)Ossicle

48) Percentage of newborn with deviation of nasal septum

  • A)50    B) 20     C) 10   D) 2

49) Rubric anesthesia is found in which chapter of Kent’s repertory

  • A) Mind    B) Skin   C) Generalities   D) Extremities

50)  The following mucosal sites are commonly involved in Lichen Planus except

  • A) Nasal mucosa     B) Buccal mucosa    C) Tongue    D) Glans penis

51) The least likely area to become involved in Atopic dermatitis is

  • A) Eyelids    B)Antecubital fossa   C) Popliteal fossa    D)Chest

52) Nikolysky’s sign is diagnostic of

  • A) Lichen planus     B)Pemphigus
  • C) Psoriasis            D)Tuberous sclerosis

53) For psoriasis palmaris important medicine is :

  • (A) Sulphur.    (B) Ars iodide.
  • (C) Selenium.  (D) Lycopodium

54) Delusion is not seen in

  • A) Depression   B)delirium   C)Schizophrenia    D)Mania

55) Which hallucination is characteristic of alcoholism?

  • A) visual      B)Tactile    C)Auditory   D) Gustatory

56) Pseudo community is seen in

  • A) Hysteria   B) Paranoid disorder   C) Schizoid personality   D) Depreciation

57) Peptic ulcer is uncommon in

  • A) Schizophrenics    B) OCN    C) Alcoholics   D) Depression

58) Pavor nocturnes  means

  • A) Sleep apnea   B) Sleep terror    C) Bruxism   D) Anxiety

59) Mental illness most common in hypothyroidism

  • A) Euphoria     B) Mania   C) Depression    D) Psychoses

60) X-ray changes in acromegaly are following except

  • A) Lengthened terminal phalanx  B)Widened joint spaces
  • C) Obtuse angle of mandible         D)Premature OA

61) Least affected by radiation

  • A) Cartilage   B) GIT   C) Gonads  D) Lymphocytes

62)  H shaped vertebrae is seen in

  • A) Phenylketonuria    B) Heamngioma
  • C) Sickle cell anemia  D) Osteoporosis

63) High resolution CT is ideal in

  • A) Pleural effusion    B) Lung mass
  • C) Intrestial lung disease    D) Mediastinal adenopathy

64) Kali iodide is suitable in which stage of syphilis

  • A) 1st stage
  • B) 2nd stage
  • C) 3rd stage
  • D) All stages

65) “Can emit urine only when he goes on his knees, pressing head firmly against the floor” is the symptom of

  • A) Pareira brava
  • B) Ocimum canum
  • C) Chimaphila
  • D) Acid phos

66) “Pain over Mc Burney’s point and at location of sigmoid flexure” indicated medicine is

  • A) X – ray
  • B) Rad bromide
  • C) Medorhinum
  • D) Cholesterinum

67) Which medicine has got the symptom “Aversion to butter”

  • A) Sabadilla
  • B) Bellis per
  • C) Ran bulb
  • D) Sang can

68) Who is the prover of Blatta orientalis

  • A) Dr. S.C.Ghosh
  • B) Pt. Iswar chandra
  • C) Dr. D.N.Ray
  • D) Dr. S.K.Ghosh

69) “The true physician is the man who knows how to make the best cures and the most expert healer is the man who knows best how to handle his Materia medica” Whose statement is this

  • A) Dr.C.Hering
  • B) Dr.J.T.Kent
  • C) Dr.S.Hahnemann
  • D) Dr.C.M.Boger

70)”Sore throat beginning and ending with menses” is the symptom of

  • A) Lac can
  • B) Phytolacca
  • C) Merc cyanatus
  • D) All of the above

71) Match the following

  • A) Suffering parts emaciate       (1) Tabacum
  • B) Emaciation of cheeks & back (2) Lobelia inflata
  • C) Nervous prostration              (3) Graphites
  • D) Inclined to be fleshy             (4) Picric acid
  • A) A-4, B-3, C-1, D-2
  • B) A-4, B-1, C-2, D-3
  • C) A-3, B-1, C-4, D-2
  • D) A-2, B-1, C-4, D-3

72) For “Humid asthma”, which of the following medicines in commonly used ?

  • A) Aconite nap.      (B) Nat.sulph.
  • C) Platina.                 (D) Glonoine.

73). Which of the following features is/are not correct in respect of Dulcamara :

  • A) Urticaria < in cold air. (B) Fleshy, smooth warts.
  • C) Chyluria.                            (D) Rash before menses

74) “Menses scanty, painful and of short duration” is found in :

  • A) Euphrasia.     (B) Ferrum met.
  • C) Platina.            (D) Tuberculinum.

75) Find the odd one out in respect of Drug ~ Family relation :

  • A) Cina – Compositae.              (B) Belladonna – Ranunculaceae.
  • C) Croton tig. – Euphorbiaceae. (D) Nux vom. – Loganiaceae.

76) Madness during pregnancy is found in one of the following medicine :

  • A) Stramonium. (B) NuxMos.
  • C) Cicuta.          (D) Actea Racemosa.

77) Toothache in Pregnancy is relieved by keeping cold water

  • A) Coeffea.  (B) Kreosotum.
  • C) Pulsatila. (D) Chamomula.

78) Cold air or cold water very pleasant to the eyes

  • A) Caust       B) Asar  C)Bismuth   D)None

79) Boy’s complaints after using tobacco

  • A)Ars           B)Arg nit       C)Verat         D)All.cepa

80) Children not easily impressed when ant t seems indicated require

  • A)Sil            B)Hepar        C)Dulc                    S)All

81) Anacardium follows and is followed by

  • A)Puls                   B)Sabina       C)Plat  D) Bry

82) Asthma in children as a constitutional remedy in sycotic subjects :

  • A) Natrum sulph. (B) Antimtart.
  • C) Silicea.           (D) Heparsulph.

83) Rheumatism associated with urticarea like eruptions :

  • A) Rhustox. .    (B) Graphites.
  • C) Urtica urens. (D) Dulcamera.

84) In Apoplexy with Headache and sensation of a lump of Ice on the vertex :

  • A) Glonoine. .  (B) Belladonna.
  • C) Gelsemium. (D) veratrum alb.

85) An important remedy for pericarditis is :

  • A) Kalicarb. (B) Apis mel.
  • C) Spigelia. (D) Bryonea.

86) A medicine for post Herpetic Neuralgia :

  • A) Mezereum.  (B) Sulphur.
  • C) Bryonea.     (D) Phosphorus.

87) According to Dr. HC Allen, this remedy should not be given in syphilis

  • A) Syphilinum    B) Ferrum met     C) Carcinosin   D) Argentum met

88) Remedy corresponding to bowel nosode “Proteus”

  • A) Natrum mur                 B) Phosphorus  C) Sulphur          D) Lycopodium

89) Preventive remedy for boils according to Hahnemann

  • A) Arnica              B) Sulphur           C) Merc sol                         D) All of the above

90)This remedy is angry at trifles and perfectly harmless things, but is soon sorry for it

  • A) Mezerium only                                            B) Mezerium & Crocus sativus
  • C) Mezerium, Crocus sativus & Nux moschata      D) Mezerium & Ignatia

91) “Any drug which in its natural state affects the vital energy but little will develop a proving only in high potency”.  This statement is applicable to

  • A) Lycopodium                  B) Lobelia                            C) Mercury            D) Gold

92) Appearance of new symptoms after administration of a remedy is an indication for selection of

  • A)  Antidote       B) Complementary          C) Repetition    D) None

93) According to HA Roberts susceptibility can be compared to

  • A) Vaccum          B) Miasm             C) Immunity                       D) None

94)Who gave the name ’50 millesmal’ to the new method of dynamisation.

  • A) Horace      B)  Gellert      C)  Boenninghausen  D) P. Schmidt

95) “What influence can it exert whether a homoeopath adopt the theoretical opinion of Hahnemann on not, so long as the holds the principal tool of master and the materia media of our schools.  Whose words are they:

  • A)   William Boericke   B) Hering    C) Richard Hughes     D)Stuart close

96) Craving for Potato is a …………. symptom

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

97) The most suitable degree of minuteness for sure and gentle effect can be found out by.

  • A) Experience and experiment
  • B) Experiment and research
  • C) Accurate experience and careful observation of sensitiveness of each patient
  • D) Proper case taking and miasmatic diagnosis

98) Which of the parts of body can be used as a route for administration of medicine.

  • A)   Blood vessel      B) Skin
  • C)  Wounded skin     D) Nerves

99) In 50 millesmal potency 1 part of 3rd tricturation should be dissolved in …………. part of alcohol water mixture.

  •  A)   100            B)  300           C)  500           D) 1000

100) Posology is related with

  • A) Potency          B) Dose                C) Both                 D) None

101) Criteria for selection of potency is

  • A) Seat of disease            B) Duration of action of drug       C) Sensations    D) Totality.

102)  According to Hughes side affinity comes under ………… similarity

  • A) Generic          B) Specific                           C) Individualistic   D) Pathological

103) In which of the below that nothing can be accurately observed during proving?

  • A) When large doses taken (B) When more moderate doses taken
  • C) When small doses taken (D) When minute doses taken

104) Which type is cured by homoeopathy in a few days?

  • A) Acute disease        (B) Somewhat longer standing
  • C) Complicated cases (D) Allopathic bungling

105) Numerous striking symptoms are present in ?

  • A) Indisposition    (B) Chronic diseases
  • C) Acute diseases (D) Poisoning cases

106) In which condition of the below several anti psoric remedies are given in succession?

  • A) Diseases of varying nature due to congenital corporeal constitution
  • B) Indisposition
  • C) Syphilitic miasm
  • D) Sycotic miasm

107) In which of the below the local affection increases gradually :

  • A) A part of the general disease
  • B) By repeated application of antipathic drugs
  • C) Mechanical irritation
  • D) Sudden poisonings

108) Of the below who said “We often hear patients classified on snap judgement as a pulsatilla patient, a nux vomica patient or perhaps a phosphorous patient. Because of the general build and colouring associated with these remedies many mistakes have been made in prescribing on this so called type method”?

  • A) H.A. Roberts (B) Kent
  • C) Stuart Close (D) Hahnemann

109) The following is written by one of the below Doctors :
Biological development : Function creates and develops the organs
Disease development : Functional symptoms are produced by the vital force in exact proportion to the profundity of the disturbance. Functional symptoms precede structural change.

  • A) Dr. Kent              (B) Dr. H.A. Roberts
  • C) Dr. Stuart Close   (D) Dr. Hahnemann

110) “The cell lives for itself” says:

  • A) Hahnemarin    B) Huges    C) Burnet     D) Carpenter

111) “The subjects of Anatomy, Physiology are not life, but only results of life” is said by:

  • A) Dunham    B) Close    C) Kent     D) Hahnemann

112) Chronic disease was published after…………… years of research study.

  • A) 10    (B) 11     (C) 12    (D) 14

113) Which is the observation which details the action of medicine on provers.

  • A) 8       (B) 9        (C) 11    (D)10.

114) Two advices were taken back by Hahnemann mentioned in the preface of 5th edition. One was the use of mild electric shocks the other was.

  • A) Using 2 successions instead of 10
  • B) Using 10 successions instead of 2
  • C) Use of pitch plaster on back to produce it during
  • E) Use of tea in diet

115) Cito tuto et jecunde means

  • A) Quickly ,safely,pleasantly
  • B) safely ,quickly ,pleasantly
  • C) pleasantly, safely ,quickly
  • D)quickly ,pleasantly,safely

116)The sign of complete cure in Syphilis is disappearance of

  • A) Bubo     B)Chancre   C) Scar leaving healthy skin     D) None

117) Antpsoric is most useful during

  • A) Menses    B)Fasting      C)Lactation      D)Pregnancy

118) Aude Sapere has originated from:

  • A) Latin      (B) Greek
  • C) German (D) Hibru

119) Hahnemann died in the city of:

  • A) Kothen (B) Leipzig
  • C) London (D) Paris

120) Proving of  narcotic medicines are mentioned in aphorism

  • A)108       B)113     C)119    D)128

121) ”It`s next impossible that medicine and disease should cover one another  symptomatically as  as exactly as two triangles with equal sides & equal angles”-the Statement is from aphorism

  • A)169      B)26    C)156   D)243

122) Best Tonic for Debility after Exhausting Diseases :

  • A) China. (B) Selenium.   C) Avena Sativa.    (D) Psorinum.

123 In Hyperchlor hydria with aversion to milk and fat food :

  • A) Pulsatilla.   (B) Robinia     C) Acid Sulph. (D) Calcarea carb.

124) Which of the following statements is/are correct ?

  • A) All symptoms of Phosphorus are aggravated from cold and ameliorated from warmth in general except stomach complaints.
  • B) All symptoms of Ars. alb. are worse from cold and better from warmth.
  • C) All complaints of Act. racimosa are worse from warmth and better from cold in general except headache.
  • D) All ailments of Lycopodium are aggravated from warmth and better from cold.

125) The drug Causticum belongs to :

  • A) Sodium Group (B) Calcium Group
  • C) Carbon Group (D) Potassium Group

126) Last rubric in Mind Chapter of Kent’s Repertory:

  • A) Yielding disposition
  • B) Writing, mistakes in
  • C) Wrong, everything seems
  • D) Zealous

127) During the construction of his repertory, Kent also referred:

  • A) Minton’s Diseases of Women
  • B) Biegler’s Diary      (C) Jahr’s Repertory
  • D) All of the above

128) In Kent’s repertory which chapter will you find ‘feels head is separated from body’

  • A) Mind     B) Head     C) Generalities   D) External throat.

129) In BBCR where will you find ‘Confused’?

  • A) Mind    B) Sensorium    C) Agg. & Amel.   D) Head internal

130) In BBCR where will you find ‘Confusion’?

  • A) Mind
  • B) Sensorium
  • C) Agg. & Amel.
  • D) Head internal

131) Author of Sensation as if is :

  • A) Dr. Hahnemann.  (B) H.A. Roberts.
  • C) W.A. Alien.         (D) Boenninghausen.

132) Systemic Alphabetical Repertory was published in 1848 by:

  • A) Robin Murphy.     (B) Lippe.
  • C) Clopar Muller.      (D) Jahr.

133) T.F. Alien’s Symptom Register was published in the year:

  • A) 1885.      (B) 1882.
  • C) 1880.      (D) 1925.

134) Analytical Repertory of Hering was published in :

  • A) 1881.    (B) 1825.
  • C) 1790.    (D) 1921.

135) Necrosis of bones are found in Kent Repertory in chapter:

  • A) Generalities
  • B) Extremities
  • C) In (A)&(B)
  • D) Not given

136) First repertory in English language was published by:

  • A) J.T.Kent
  • B) Dr. Lippe
  • C) Dr.C.Hering
  • D) Dr. P. Schmidth

137) Kent says: “The greatest of all comparers of the materia medica was Boenninghausen. The concordances of Boenninghausen’s book are wonderful. These are the most important part of the book and they would not fail.” The chapter concordance of Boenninghausen’s reporting contains.

  • A) 124 Med    (B) 141 Med    (C) 125 Med    (D) 144 Med

138) The 3rd volume of synthetic reporting contains.

  • A) Mental Symptoms    (B) Physical Generals    (C) Sleep, Dream & Sex

139) Integrated approach for repertory section was put forward by.

  • A) MLDhawale     (B) HA Robert       (C) Boger   (D) Boenninghausen

140)Rubric for Loathing of life in BBCR

  • A) Depression    B)Tedium     C)Listlessness    D) Aversion to life

141) Gradations in the Leaders in respiratory organs by E.B Nash

  • A) 2     B) 3      C) 1        D) 4

142) The Rubric Pseudopsia in BBCR

  • A) Mind       B) Sensorium      C) Sens & Compl     D) Agg & Amel

143) Haemorrhoids is given in which chapter of the Boenninghausens repertory

  • A) Rectum       B)Anus
  • C)Stool             D)Sensations and complaints

144) Remedy for puts things to mouth in Boger’s repertory

  • A) Stramonium      B)Hyocyamus
  • C)Belladonna          D)Mercurius

145) Rubric perspiration gives no relief is given in which chapter of Kent’s repertory

  • A)Chill       B)Perspiration    C)Fever     D)Generalities

146) “Therapeutic Pocket Book” by Boenningauessen was originally written in:

  • A) English (B) Latin
  • C) German (D) Greek

147) “Therapeutic Pocket Book” by Boenningauessen had originally:

  • A) 124 remedies (B) 126 remedies
  • C) 136 remedies (D) 156 remedies

148) Kent started his works on repertory from:

  • A) Lee’s Repertory                   (B) Lippe’s Repertory
  • C) Boenningauessen’s Repertory (D) Jhar’s Repertory

149) Eliminating Rubric was first introduced in Homoeopathy by:

  • A) Margret Tyler        (B) Sir John Weir
  • C) None of the above (D) Both the above

150) The Eighth Volume of HPI published by Government of India was in the year:

  • A) 1998 (B) 2000
  • C) 2002 (D) 2004

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