Odisha PSC Homoeopathy Medical Officer 2014 Paper-II

Odisha Public Service Commission Homoeopathy Medical Officer Examinations 2014 Paper-II

Courtesy : Dr Gajendra Singh – KAIZEN

1. The desire of the patient affected by an acute disease with regard to food and drink gives:
a. Suppressive relief
b. No relief
c. Curative relief
d. Palliative relief

2. In Boenninghausen’s Hexameter “Qomodo” means:
a. Nature and peculiarities of the patient
b. Cause of the disease
c. Modalities
d. Time modalities

3. Negative general symptoms defined as:
a. Absence of expected or customary features in the case
b. Absence of general symptoms
c. Presence of only particular symptoms
d. Absence of mental general symptoms

4. “Man cannot be made or be cured except by some substance as etherial in quality as the vital force” said by:
a. Hahnemann
b. J. T. Kent
c. Stuart
d. H. A. Roberts

5. Requisite qualities of physician are mentioned in aphorism:
a. § 83
b. § 84
c. § 85
d. §86

6. Who said “A well taken case is half cured”
a. H. A. Roberts
b. J.T. Kent
c. Samuel Hahnemann
d. Elizabeth Wright

7. Sector totality means:
a. Symptoms with location, sensation and characteristic modalities
b. Symptoms confined to one region of the body
c. Symptoms confined to one system of the body
d. Symptoms confined to one repertory

8. In the seven points of Boenninghausen’s concept of totality “Quid” means:
a. Personality the individuality
b. Disease its nature and peculiarity
c. Seat of the disease
d. Accompanying symptoms

9. According to Boenninghausen complete symptoms means:
a. Symptoms having location, sensation, modality and concomitant
b. A symptom having location and modality
c. Symptom having mental general and physical general
d. Symptom having mental general and particular

10. Total number of chapter in Boenninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book:
a. Ten
b. Seven
c. Twelve
d. Fifteen

11. Sleep chapter Kent’s repertory consist of the following types of dreams:
a. 200 types
b. 237 types
c. 100 types
d. 210 types

12. The rubric ‘paralysis agitans’ is found in the following chapter of Kent’s repertory:
a. Extremities
b. Head
c. Generalities
d. Skin

13. The rubric ‘suppression of urine’ is found in the following chapter of Kent’s repertory:
a. Kidneys
b. Prostate gland
c. Urine
d. Urethra

14. The rubric ‘heart burn’ is found in the following chapter of Kent’s repertory:
a. Heart
b. Skin
c. Stomach
d. Throat

15. In Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory the clinical repertory was written by:
a. Oscar E. Boericke
b. William Boericke
c. Allen Boericke
d. Constantine Lippe

16. The repertory the Homoeopathic Therapeutics of Diarrhoea written by:
a. W. J. Gurnsey
b. Adolf Lippe
c. James B. Bell
d. Oscar E. Boericke

17. Rubric word originated from the word:
a. Rubrica
b. General rubrics
c. Sub rubrics
d. Physical rubrics

18. The word RADAR in computer software means:
a. Rapid Aid for Drug Aimed Research
b. Rapid Adjustment for Aid research
c. Radar used software
d. Rules Accompanying Drug Research

19. Gentry’s concordance repertory has following numbers of volumes :
a. 6 volumes
b. 5 volumes
c. 8 volumes
d. 4 volumes

20. The repertory “Fragmenta de viribus medica mentorum positivis” was written by:
a. J. T. Kent
b. Samuel Hahnemann
c. Constantine Lippe
d. Adolf Lippe

21. The part which is used for preparing the medicine “Cactus Grandiflorus”:
a. Only leaves
b. Only barks
c. Only stems
d. Only roots

22. Alkaloid present in Opium are:
a. Codeine and Morphine only
b. Narcotinum and Narceinum only
c. Both (a) and (b)
d. None of the above

23. The following medicine are prepared from black spider except:
a. Theridion curassavicum
b. Latrodectus Hasselti
c. Latrodectus Mactans
d. Mygale lasidora

24. The medicine Ambra Grisea is a:
a. Sarcode
b. Nosode
c. Imponderbilia
d. None of the above

25. Spermaceti is a:
a. Solid vehicle
b. Liquid vehicle
c. Semisolid vehicle
d. None of the above

26. The chemical formula of sugar of milk is:
a. C12H22O11 H2O
b. C11H22O12 H2O
c. C22H11O12 H2O
d. C10H22O11 H2O

27. On adding Potassium ferrocyanide solution to sugar of milk solution if reddish brown precipitation is formed, inference is:
a. Copper is an impurity
b. Chloride is an impurity
c. Starch is an impurity
d. Alum is an impurity

28. Oil of Wintergreen test is used to find out the presence of ……………. as an impurity in Ethyl alcohol:
a. Acid
b. Water
c. Methyl alcohol
d. Fusel oil

29. The drug strength of mother tincture of 50 Millesimal scale is:
a. 1/5 × 106
b. 1/5 × 108
c. 1/5 × 1010
d. 1/5 × 104

30. Pharmacopollaxy deals with:
a. Routes of drug administration
b. Drug dynamization
c. Repetition of doses
d. Drug proving

31. The rubric “Desire for open air” is found in BTPB in section:
a. Aggravation
b. Fever
c. Amelioration
d. Sensation and complaints

32. The rubric “Vertigo” is found in BTPB is found in section:
a. Fever
b. Sensation and complaints
c. Mind and intellect
d. Nausea and vomiting

33. The rubric parotid glands in BTPB is found in section:
a. Sensation and complaints in general
b. Mouth
c. Ear
d. Throat

34. The relationship section of BTPB:
a. 126 remedies
b. 361 remedies
c. 139 remedies
d. 141 remedies

35. Total number of chapter in Boger Boenninghausen Characterstics and Repertory are:
a. 50
b. 53
c. 46
d. 40

36. The total number of medicines in BBCR comes to:
a. 378
b. 362
c. 478
d. 461

37. The rubric ‘moon light aggravation’ is found in the following chapter of Kent’s Repertory:
a. Skin
b. Extremities
c. Generalities
d. Head

38. The rubric ‘convulsion’ is found in following chapter of Kent’s repertory:
a. Generalities
b. Skin
c. Extremities
d. Head

39. Year of publication of first edition of Kent’s repertory of Homoeopathic Materia Medica, was in:
a. 1908
b. 1897
c. 1924
d. 1902

40. Total number of chapters in Kent’s repertory is:
a. 30 chapters
b. 37 chapters
c. 33 chapters
d. 32 chapters

41. Maceration is done under ordinary temperature of:
a. 100 – 150 C
b. 150 – 200 C
c. 200 – 250 C
d. 250 – 300 C

42. For conversion of trituration into liquid potency under decimal scale, the potency taken is:
a. 3 C
b. 4 C
c. 8 X
d. 6 X

43. Number of monograph present in volume IX of HPI:
a. 105
b. 107
c. 100
d. 180

44. Which variety of alcohol is used for purification of sugar of milk in Stapf process:
a. Strong alcohol
b. Dilute alcohol
c. Dispensing alcohol
d. Absolute alcohol

45. In making the first trituration double time should be taken for the following drug except:
a. Mercury
b. Platinum
c. Plumbum
d. Graphites

46. According to Drug and Cosmetic Act for the sale of Homoeopathic medicines duration of License is given in:
a. 67 E
b. 67 B
c. 67 F
d. 67 D

47. The following tincture or Solutions are having Drug Strength of 1/100 except:
a. Phosphorus
b. Arsenicum album
c. Bromium
d. Glonine

48. Among the following which one is a nosode?
a. Thyroidinum
b. Pancreatinum
c. Parotidinum
d. Adrenalinum

49. To remove greasy or oily materials of Pharmaceutical utensils the following substances are used:
a. Methylated spirit and Ether
b. Chloroform
c. Benzene
d. All of the above

50. In old method the drug Natrum mur is prepared under:
a. V A
b. V B
c. VI A
d. VI B

51. Which of the following symptom is common to Bryonia alba, Apocynum and Helleborus:
a. Constant motion of left arm and leg
b. Great thirst for large quantities at long interval
c. Headache when stooping as if brain would burst through forehead
d. Cough, short and dry or deep and loose, during pregnancy

52. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Symptoms) List – II (Medicine)
A. The slightest emotion causes palpitation of heart I. Gelsemium
B. Sensation as if heart would stop beating if she moved II. Calc ars
C. A feeling as if it were necessary to keep in motion or else heart’s action would cease III. Digitalis
D. Palpitation worse leaning forward IV. Kalmia Latifolia

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. II III I IV
b. II I III IV
c. II IV I III
d. II IV III I

53. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Medicine)       List – II (Complementary)
A. Calcarea carb I. Alumina
B. Ferrum met II. Belladonna
C. Carbo veg III. Thuja
D. Sabina IV. Kali carb

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. IV III II I
b. II I III IV
c. II I IV III
d. III II I IV

54. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Remedy)               List – II (Common name)
A. Baptisia tinctoria I. Round leaved sundew
B. Drosera rotundifolia II. Yarrow
C. Millifolium III. Scouring rush
D. Equisetum Hyemale IV. Wild indigo

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. IV I II III
b. I II III IV
c. III II I IV
d. II III IV I

55. Which of the following statement is correct?
a. In Calc ars at every attempt to eat colic pain in abdomen
b. In Carbo veg, weak digestion simplest food disagree
c. Arsenic should not be thought of in ailment s from chewing tobacco and alcohol
d. In Iodum, everything she eats or drinks appears to be converted into gas

56. Constipation, stool crumbling at verge of anus:
a. Alumina, Mag mur and Silicea
b. Thuja, Mag mur and Silicea
c. Ammonium mur, Mag mur and Natrum mur
d. Opium, Silicea and Thuja

57. Headache in occipital cervical region aggravated or brought on by slightest motion or mental exertion:
a. Natrum mur, Silicea and Picric acid
b. Natrum mur, Gelsemium and China
c. Silicea, Natrum mur and Mag Phos
d. Naturm mur, Bryonia and Mag phos

58. Boils, Carbuncles, Ulcers with intense pain found in:
a. Lachesis, Tarentula
b. Lachesis, Pyrogenium
c. Pyrogenium, Tarentula
d. Anthraxinum, Pyrogenium

59. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Symptom) List – II (Medicine)
A. Headache as if a nail had been driven into brain I. Lac def
B. Headache coming on early in morning, intolerable by noon II. Tabacum
C. Headache commencing in the morning, gradually increasing until evening, from constipation III. Coffea cruda
D. Headache intense throbbing with nausea vomiting, blindness and constipation IV. Bryonia

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. III I II IV
b. II III IV I
c. I II III IV
d. III II IV I

60. Which should not be given during lying in period except in high potency – Hering ?
a. Drosera
b. Platina
c. Iodum
d. Psorinum

61. Minister naturae means:
a. Servant of nature
b. Follow the nature
c. Depend on nature
d. Master of nature

62. First homoeopathic journal was written by:
a. Stapf
b. Hahnemann
c. Gross
d. Kent

63. Conjoint malady is given in aphorism ………….of Organon of Medicine:
a. § 91
b. § 92
c. § 93
d. § 94

64. Match list- I (Topics) with List – II (Aphorism of 5th and 6th edition of Organon of Medicine) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I               List – II

A. Surrogate I. § 231 – 244
B. Intermittent disease II. § 219
C. External application of Thuja III. F. N. § 119
D. Lucid interval IV. F.N. § 282

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. II I IV III
b. III I II IV
c. II III I IV
d. III I IV II

65. Second edition of Organon was published as ………. edition:
a. Improved
b. Augmented and improved
c. Augmented
d. Revised

66. Sporadic diseases can be caused by:
a. Transient explosion of latent psora
b. Infection (contagious principle)
c. Calamities of war, inundation, famine
d. Meteoric and telluric cause

67. “Law of the least quantity” discovered by:
a. Galen
b. H. A. Roberts
c. Maupertius
d. H. N. Guernsey

68. Best time of administration of medicine in intermittent fever:
a. During apyrexia stage
b. During pyrexia
c. At the declining phase of pyrexia
d. At the onset of pyrexia

69. Psora originated from word ‘Tsorat’ which is a ……..word:
a. Greek
b. Hebrew
c. Latin
d. German

70. In 1797, Hahnemann used …………..for colic and ……….for asthma:
a. Veratrum, Phosphorus
b. Nux vomica, Veratrum
c. Veratrum, Nux vomica
d. Nux vomica, Arsenic

71. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Food disagree) List – II (Medicine)
A. Vinegar I. Ignatia
B. Wine II. Carbo veg
C. Warm drink III. Zinc met
D. Tobacco IV. Bryonia

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. III II I IV
b. II III IV I
c. II I IV III
d. I II III IV

72. Which of the following symptoms is common to Kali bich., Apis mel., and Lac can.?
a. Shifting nature of pain
b. Thristlessness with dry tongue
c. Headache with blurred vision or blindness precedes the attack
d. Throat sensitive to touch extremely

73. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:
List – I (Uncommon symptoms) List – II (Medicine)
A. Feels unusually well day before attack I. Rumex
B. Extremely sensitive to open air II. Psorinum
C. Cannot bear the thought or sight of meat III. Crotalus Horridus
D. Vicarious menstruation in debilated constitution IV. Muriatic acid

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. II I IV III
b. I II III IV
c. IV II III I
d. III I IV II

74. Which of the following symptom is common to Anacardium, Lac-can and Lilium tig.?
a. Irresistible desire to curse and swear
b. Aggravation in empty stomach
c. Fear to be alone and of falling down stairs
d. Aimless hurried motion

75. Match list- I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list:

List – I (Family) List – II (Remedy)
A. Papaveraceae I. Rumex crispus
B. Ranunculaceae II. Opium
C. Polygonaceae III. Belladonna
D. Solanaceae IV. Staphysagria

Codes:
A. B. C. D.
a. IV I II III
b. II IV I III
c. I IV II III
d. III I IV II

76. “Cough during daytime only” is found in:
a. Euphrasia and Ferrum met
b. Euphrasia and Ipecac
c. Euphrasia and Phosphorus
d. Euphrasia and Alium cepa

77. Headache of school girls:
a. Natrum mur and Psorinum
b. Natrum mur and Calc phos
c. Natrum mur and China
d. Natrum mur., Calc phos and Psrorinum

78. According to Dr. Hahnemann which remedy must not be used before Nitric acid and Sulphur, may produce unnecessary complication?
a. Lycopodium
b. Calc carb
c. Natrum mur
d. Tuberculinum

79. Violent stitches in upper left chest, below the scapula extending to neck is found:
a. Phytolacca
b. Sepia
c. Sulphur
d. Pulsatilla

80. Suicidal insanity, broods constantly over imaginary troubles is found in:
a. Digitalis
b. Lachesis
c. Arsenic album
d. Naja trip

81. Which remedy should never be given in syphilis, always aggravates the condition?
a. Dulcamara
b. Cinchona
c. Merc sol
d. Ferrum met

82. Which remedy cures lasciviousness when Hyoscyamus fails?
a. Nux vomica
b. Opium
c. Veratrum album
d. Phosphorus

83. If vertigo and headache are very persistent or prostration be prolonged after Natrum mur which remedy relieves:
a. China
b. Sepia
c. Nux vomica
d. Arsenic album

84. “Headache from sun or working under gas light” is a symptom of:
a. Natrum mur, Glonine, Lachesis
b. Natrum carb, Glonine, Lachesis
c. Natrum carb, Glonine, Sanguinaria
d. All of the above

85. Which remedy often removes bad effects of excessive use of alcohol or tobacco?
a. Veratrum viride
b. Veratrum album
c. Tuberculinum
d. Valariana

86. The bad effects of Plumbum are antidote by:
a. Sulphuric acid and Platina
b. Alumina and Sulphur
c. Pulsatilla and Zincum metallicum
d. Naturm mur and Petroleum

87. Craving for meat is found in:
a. Mag carb, Abies can, and Calc phos
b. Mag carb, Calc phos and Staphysagria
c. Mag carb, Graphites and Nitric acid
d. Mag carb, Abies can and Nitric acid

88. Leucorrhoea, thick, bluish white, mucus especially or only at night:
a. Causticum
b. Nitric acid
c. Ambra grisea
d. All of the above

89. Cough better by drinking cold water is a symptom of:
a. Spongia
b. Arsenic album
c. Cuprum met
d. All of the above

90. After Baryta carb which remedy often eradicates the constitutional tendency of quinsy?
a. Tuberculinum
b. Psorinum
c. Sulphur
d. Bacillinum

91. Old school practioner confessed before the world their cruelty towards their sick fellow creature was:
a. Detharding
b. Kruger Hansen
c. Thoury
d. Von Stoerk

92. Hahnemann’s “The Chronic Disease” book contains:
a. Only proving of drugs
b. Proving of drugs and nature of chronic diseases
c. Proving, nature of chronic diseases and their effective treatment
d. Nature of chronic disease

93. Lord Bacon was father of:
a. Objective and realistic tradition in modern philosophy
b. Subjective and idealistic tradition in the modern philosophy
c. Both (a) and (b)
d. None of the above

94. Desire for cold food is present in which miasm?
a. Psora
b. Tubercular diathesis
c. Sycosis
d. Syphilis

95. Patient feels better but the symptoms are worse:
a. Disease has taken the deeper form
b. The disease is incurable
c. Selection was right and patient will slowly recover
d. All of the above

96. “Friend of Health” was published in the year:
a. 1796
b. 1792
c. 1805
d. 1810

97. Materia Medica Pura is:
a. Reine Arzneimittellehre
b. Fragmenta Di Viribus Medicamentorum Positivis
c. Die Chronischen Krankheiten
d. Archive Fur Die Homoeopathische Heilkunst

98. Thesis submitted by Dr. Hahnemann for his M.D. at Erlangen University was:
a. Dissertation on the Helleborism of the Ancient
b. Medicine of Experience
c. A consideration of the Aetiology and Therapeutics of Spasmodic Affection
d. Essay on New Principle for ascertaining the Curative Power of Drugs

99. Accessory miasm is related to …………….in aphorism …..:
a. Small pox, § 46
b. Cow pox, § 46
c. Small pox, § 56
d. Cow pox, § 56

100. A true materia medica – a collection of real, pure, reliable modes of action of simple medicinal substances, a volume of the book of nature is mentioned in……aphorism:
a. § 141
b. § 142
c. § 110
d. § 143

Courtesy : Dr Gajendra Singh – KAIZEN

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