Madhyapradesh PSC Homoeopathy Medical Officer Exam paper 2008

Madhyapradesh PSC Homoeopathy Medical Officer Exam paper 2008

1. The Scapula is a thin bone placed on the :
(A) Anterolaterral aspect of the thoracic cage
(B) Superiolateral aspect of the thoracic rage
(C)  Posterolateral aspect of the thoracic cage
(D) None of’ the above

2. The articular  surface of the clavicle is covered with :

  • (A) muscle                             (B) cartilage
  • (C) fibrous tissue                (D) fibrocartilage

3. Muscles of the first layer of the sole is :

  • (A) flexor hallucis longus                   (B) lumbricals
  • (C) flexor digitorum longus               (D) flexer digitorum brevis

4. Arch of Aorta lies behind the –

  • (A) Lower half of manubrium sterni
  • (B) Xiphoid process sternum
  • (C) Middle one-third manubrium sterni
  • (D) Jugular notch

5.  The facial bones are

  • (A) 10 in number
  • (B) 20 in number
  • (C) 13 in number
  • (D) 14 in number

6. It is dangerous when :

  • (A) diastolic value is high
  • (B) systolic value is high –
  • (C) both systolic and diastolic value is high
  • (D) value is low

7. FSH acts on the :

  • (A) Leydig cells                    (B) Macrophages
  • (B) Sartoli cells                     (D) Purkinje cells

8. In Myopia :

  • (A) image  falls on the back of the retina
  • (B) usually the  anteroposterior diameter is shorter
  • (C) image  falls in front of the retina
  • (D) use of convex lens is advisable

9. Sympathetic stimulation has no major effect on the vessel of ;

  • (A) skin                  (B) kidney
  • (C) brain                (D) lung

10. Class VI (a) includes those drug substances which are only soluble in

  • (A) purified water                (B) strong alcohol
  • (C) alcohol                            (D) none of these

11. The quality of an ideal prover

  • (A) sick                  (B) emotional
  • (C) idle                   (D) trustworthy

12.Centesimal scale was introduced by Hahnemann in 5th  edition Organon of Medicine

  • (A) Sec. 269          (B) Sec. 268
  • (C) Sec. 271          (D) Sec. 270

13. Triturition is done in :

  • (A) unglazed glass mart                      (B) glazed Porcelain mortar
  • (C) glazed iron mortar                        (D)unglazed porcelain mortar

14. The fifth edition of `Organon of Medicine’ contained :

  • (A) 294 aphorisms               (B) 293 aphorisms
  • (C) 292 aphorisms               (D) 291 aphorisms

15. Homoeopathy is a product of :

  • (A) deductive logic              ( B) inductive logic
  • (C) both (A) and (B)            (D) none of these

16. The first edition of Organon of Medicine was published in

  • (A) 1828                (B) 1805
  • (C) 1810                (D) 1817

17. Fundamental cause is due to :

  • (A) acute miasm
  • (B) fixed niiasm
  • (C) non-recurreent miasm
  • (D) chronic miasm

18. Cure has some special meaning in homoeopathic practice. Cure means :

  • (A) removal of common symptoms
  • (B) removal of symptoms of disease
  • (C) removal of the whole of the perceptible signs and symptoms of the disease
  • (D) removal of the disease symptoms in some extent

19. Natural  law of Cure was discussed in :

  • (A) Section 26      (B) Section 18
  • (C) Section 19      (D) Section 25

20. Proximate cause means :

  • (A)  main cause                    (B) internal cause
  • (C) immediate cause           (D) first cause

21. The necessary point which comprise the operation of curing is as follows

  • (A) cause determination
  • (B) investigation of disease
  • (C) investigation of medicine
  • (D) none of the above

22. ‘Organon of Medicine’ was originally written in :

  • (A) English            (B) Latin
  • (C) French             (T) German

23. Psora is the cause

  • (A) non-venereal chronic disease
  • (B) venereal chronic disease
  • (C) all acute and chronic diseases
  • (D) both, venereal and non-venereal chronic disease

24. Natural chronic diseases are those which are primarily caused by :

  • (A) fixed miasm                                      (B) acute  miasm
  • (C) both acute and chronic miasm    (D) chronic miasm

25. Secondary symptoms of psora is as follows :

  • (A) slow recovery of all complaints
  • (B) all  kinds of functional complaints when arising from emotional disturbances
  • (C) melancholy and condemn themselves
  • (D) desire of food hot or cold

26. Hahnemann described in sixth edition of  Organon of Medicine’ that the most commonly affected part by the medicine is :

  • (A) any part of the body    (B) nails
  • (C) tongue                              (D) blood vessels

27. Homoeopathy is a :

  • (A) Science            (B) Science and art
  • (C) Art                    (D) None of these

28. General quality of all the organism is to receive a stimulus and to react accordingly is

  • (A) irritability        (B) sensitivity
  • (C) indisposition   (D) susceptibility

29. Genuine medicine denotes :

  • (A) adulterated                     (B) unadulterated
  • (C) both (A) and (B)            (D) none of these

30. Complex disease means :

  • (A) mixture of many similar diseases
  • (B) mixture  of a dissimilar disease with a similar disease
  • (C) mixture of more than one dissimilar disease
  • (D) mixture of many dissimilar diseases

31. A slight alteration of health manifested by one or more trivial symptoms is : ,

  • (A) epidemic disease           (B) idiosyncrasy
  • (C) sporadic disease            (D) indisposition

32. Pseudochronic disease is :

  • (A) artificial chronic disease
  • (A) local disease
  • (C) chronic disease
  • (D) inappropriately named chronic disease

33. Alternate constipation and diarrhea : lienteria:

  • (A) Kali.sulp                           (B) Abrotanurn
  • (C) Ferrum Phos                    (D) Cina

34. Adapted to the strumous constitution; glands enlarged, indurated, scirrous or open caner :

  • (A) Sepia               (B) Borax
  • (C) Apis                 (D) Chamomilla

35. Dropsy : after suppressed sweat; suppressed eruptions; exposure to cold :

  • (A) Calcarea carb                (B) Baryta carb
  • (C) Merc. sol                         (D) Dulcmara

36.Sensation of growing larger in every direction :

  • (A) Nux vomica                   (B)Phosphorus
  • (C) Ipecacuanha                 (D) Platina

37. The skin feels cold to touch, yet the patient cannot tolerate covering :

  • (A) Arnica montana
  • (B) Lachesis
  • (C) Secale cor
  • (D) Silicea

38. Aggravation—at night; from heat at bed; at 3 A.M. and 5 P.M.; from cold, damp air; narcotics :

  • (A) Thuja occidentalis
  • (B) Sulphur
  • (C) Kali carbonicum
  • (D) Rhus toxicidendron

39. Bad effects from loss of vital fluids; haemmohrage  from any broken down condition of mucous membrane :

  • (A) Belladonna
  • (B) Hyoscyamus
  • (C) Conium maculatum
  • (D) Carbo vegetabilis

40. Great sadness and weeping :

  • (A) Bryonia
  • (B) Sepia
  • (C) Pulsatilla
  • (D) Natrum sulph

41. Diphtheria aggravated after sleep and cold drinks :

  • (A) Podophyllum                 (B) Nitric acid
  • (C) Lachesis                           (D) Lycopodium clavatum

42. Follows well after Calcarea carb in obesity of young women with large amount of unhealthy adipose tissue :

  • (A) Sulphur           (B) Lachesis
  • (C) Graphites        (D) Podophyllum

43. Patient is very chilly yet all the  complaints are relieved by cold application :

  • (A) Phosphoric acid             (B) Apis mel
  • (C) Natrum carb                    (D) Ledum Pal

44. Bad effects of re-percussed eruptions :

  • (A) Bovista
  • (B) Cuprum metallicum
  • (C) Lac caninum
  • (D) Sarsaparilla

45. The secretion is not diminished, the bladder is full but fullness is unrecognized :

  • (A) Strarmonium                 (B) Opium
  • (C) Sabina                              (D) Iodum

46. Headache : always hungry  during :

  • (A) Glonoine         (B) Kreosotum
  • (C) Psorinum        (D) Syphillinum

47. Stammering, repeat: first syllable three or four times; with abdominal ailments, with helminthiasis ;

  • (A) Ruta graveolens            (B) Spigelia
  • (C) Rumex crispus               (D) Variolinum

48. Headache of school girls from eve strain or overuse of’ eves :

  • (A) Phosohoric acid             (B) Cactus
  • (C) Sanguinaria                    (D) Fluoric acid

49. Frequently called for after abuse of mercury :

  • A) Petroleum        (B) Rhododendron
  • (C) Psorinurn        ‘D) Sarsaparilla

50. The burning feet of Sulphur and restless fidgety legs and feet of Zincum Metallicum are both found at the same time in :

  • (A) Syphillinum                    (B) Medorrhinum
  • (C) Sambucus                        (D) Causticum

52. Menses : flow on lying down:

  • (A) Hydrastis                        (B) Lac caninum
  • (C) Natrum carbo                (D) Kreosotum

52.  Convulsion with pale face, no heat, except perhaps in occiput, no increase  in temperature :

  • (A) Camphora                        (B) Conium mac
  • (C) Zincum metallicum      (D) Stannum metallicum

53. The benign epithelia  tumor is :

  • (A) Adenoma                       (B) Liposarcprna
  • (C) Mesothelioma               (D) Neuroblastoma

54. The Polycystic kidney disease occurs :

  • (A) young                              (B) adult
  • (C) old                                   (D) none of these

55. The lesions of Bacillary Dysentery is mainly found in :

  • (A) duodenum                      (B) stomach
  • (C) colon                               (D) rectum

56. The common name of Ascaris lumbricoids ;

  • (A) Threadworm                  (B) Tape worm
  • (C) Guineaworm                  (D) Roundworm

57. Coroner is only a court of :

  • (A) trial                                      (B) inquiry
  • (C)both trial and inquiry    (D) none of these

58. Suicidal strangulation is :

  • (A) rare                  (B) commen
  • (C) uncommon    (D) none of these

59. Where dose rigor mortis starts    from :

  • (A) kidney             (B) Heart
  • (C) Stomach         (D) Eye

60. The local action of carbolic acid :

  • (A) burning                            (B) painless condition
  • (C) painful condition          (D) tingling

61. Medico legal importance of abrasion helps :

  • (A) to know the age of  abrasion
  • (B) to know the type of weapon used
  • (C) to detect the direction of’ force
  • (D) none of the above

62. External atmosphere means :

  • (A) the space inside the room of a building
  • (B) the space outside the room of a building
  • (C) both A and B
  • (D) none of the above

63. Direct water borne disease is :

  • (A) Gunea worm                  (B) Schistasomiasis
  • (C) Ascariasis                       (D) Hepatitis

69. Smallpox was eradicated in the year :

  • (A) 1977                (B) 1978
  • (D) 1989                (D) 1980

65. Primary prevention included :

  • (A) rehabilitation                  (B) early  diagnosis and treatment
  • (C) disability limitation       (D) health promotion

66. The Medical Termination of  act passed by Parliament of India

  • (A) 1905                (B)1865
  • (C) 1960                (D) 1971

67. Neurogenic ulcer is :

  • (A) Varicose ulcer                (B) post thrombotic ulcer
  • (C) Gravitational                   (D) Diabetic ulcer

68. The initial typical pain of Acute Appendicitis is

  • (A) localized and aching                    (B) diffused arid burning
  • (C) widespread and pressive              (D) diffused and dull

69. Benign tumour of breast is usually localized at :

  • (A) upper part of breast
  • (B) upper quadrant of’ breast
  • (C) outer quadrant of breast
  • (D) lower part of breast

70. The rare form of hernia is :

  • (A) inguinal           (B) obturator
  • (C) incisional        (D) umbilical

71. Fever in Pyogenic Liver Abscess usually is :

  • (A) intermittent type           (B) relapsing type
  • (C) hectic type                      (D) continuous type

72. Pruritus vulvae is present in :

  • (A) Bratholine cyst                              (B) vulvo vaginitis
  • (C) Non-specific hectictype             (D) senile vaginitis

73. The cause of Retroversion of  uterus is .

  • (A) inflammatory
  • (B) congenital
  • (C) inflammatory and congenital
  • (D) congenital and acquired

74. The incidence of Primary Dysmenorrhea is found commonly in

  • (A) middle age                      (B) old age
  • (C) adolescents                   (D) none of these

75. The odor of  Lochia is :

  • (A) odorless           (B) offensive fleshy
  • (C) irritating          (D) none of these

76. Preterm labour is defined as one where the labour starts before

  • (A) 36th completed week   (B) 37th completed week
  • (C) 35th completed week    (D) 30th completed week

77. Atrial septal defect is common in :

  • (A) males                               (B) females
  • (C) both male and female (D) none of these

78. The serious complications of a rupture of tuberculous lesion into the pleural space is :

  • (A) Bronchitis
  • (B) Bronchial asthma
  • (C) Pleural effusion
  • (D) Empyema

79. The most conrmon cause of Chronic diarrhea is :

  • (A) malabsorption                                   (B) dyspepsia
  • (C) irritable bowel syndrome             (D) none of these

80.The incubation period in men with Gonoeocccal urethritis is :

  • (A) 2-5 days                         (B) 3-7 days
  • (C) 2-15 days                       (D) 2-10 days

81.Pigmentation in Addion’s disease is usually seen on :

  • (A) eyelid                               (B) forearm
  • (C) Knee                                (D) Leg

82. Dietary management in diabetes mellitus included :

  • (A) abolish symptoms of hyperglccaemia
  • (B) low protein intake
  • (C) high fat intake
  • (D) none of the above

83.A high MCV suggests :

  • (A) Iron deficiency anaemia             (B) Vitamin B12 deficiency
  • (C) Acute blood loss                            (D) Thalassaemia

84. A diagnosis of Scabies is confirmed by :

  • (A) Blood test
  • (B) scraping the mite out of burrow
  • (C) Urine test
  • (D) none of the above

85. The investigation for Simple Mechanical Low Back Pain is :

  • (A) Blood test                                            (B)Radiograph
  • (C) No blood test or radiograph        (D) MRI

86. The CSF of meningitis contains

  • (A) less lymphocytes
  • (B) excess lymphocyte
  • (C) normal lymphocyte
  • (D) none of the above

87. The lesion of cerebellar hemisphere leads to :

  • (A) lack of co-ordination on the opposite side of the body
  • (B) lack of co-ordination on both the sides of the body
  • (C) lack of co-ordination on the same side of the body
  • (D) none of the above

88. Bell’s Palsy is a common condition affecting

  • (A) male                                   (B) female
  • (C) both (A) and (B)            (B) none of these

89.The common variety of leukaemia is

  • (A) Acute myeloblastic Leukaemia
  • (B) Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia
  • (C) Chronic Lympoblastic  Leukaemia
  • (D) Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia

90. The blood picture of Dengue is :

  • (A) thrombocytosis
  • (B) leucocytosis
  • (C) monocytosis
  • (D) thrombocytopenia

91. Hahnemann told that the duty of physician after case taking should be as follows :

  • (A) he will pick up the common symptoms
  • (B) he will pick up the mental symptoms
  • (C) he  will pick up the characteristic symptom
  • (D) he will pick up the general symptoms

92. The eliminating symptoms must come from :

  • (A) basic symptoms
  • (B) particular symptoms
  • (C) common symptoms
  • (D) general symptoms

93. Minute peculiarities are :

  • (A) drug symptoms          (B) disease symptom
  • (C) clinical symptoms     (D) patients symptoms

94.Necessity of record keeping is :

  • (A) selection of potency
  • (B) selection of medicine
  • (C) portrait formation
  • (D) none of the above

95. First Alphabetical Pocket Repertory was written by :

  • (A) Weber Peschier
  • (B) Adolph Von Lippe
  • (C) Glazer
  • (D) James Tyler Kent

96. “I’he biggest chapter of Kent’s Repertory is :

  • (A) extremities
  • (P) Mouth
  • (C) skin
  • (D) larynx and trachea

97.First card repertory appeared in the form of :

  • (A) disc
  • (B) strip
  • (C) slip
  • (D) spindle

98. Dr. C.M. Boger explained that the peculiarity of the symptoms are judged on :

  • (A) 3 considerations
  • (B) 5 considerations
  • (C) 2 considerations
  • (D) 7 considerations

99. Some  of the emotional rubrics have been placed in Boenninghausen’s repertory under the chapter :

  • (A) fever
  • (B) sleep
  • (C) sensations and complaints
  • (D) aggravation

100. The sources of Boger-Boenninghausen’s Repetory is :

  • (A) Aphorism’s of Hippocrates
  • (B) Jhar’s Repertory
  • (C) Lippe’s Repertory
  • (D) Bigger’s Repertory

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