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1. Which of the following muscle has attachment on the capsule of hip
b. Rectus femoris
c. Vastus laterlais
d. Vastus medialis
2.In Kent Repertory of Homoeopathic Materia Medica, the rubric
“Apoplexy” is given in which of the following chapter ?
3.Foot drop is caused by ?
a. Injury to tibial nerve
b. Injury to popliteal nerve
c. Injury to flexor digitorum longus
d. Injury to common peroneal nerve
4.Which of the following remedy is given after Arnica in traumatic
affection of ovaries ?
a. Bellis perennis
b. Conium maculatum
5.What amount of reduced haemoglobin in blood causes cyanosis ?
a. Between 1 – 2 gm%
b. Between 2 – 3 gm%
c. Between 3 – 4 gm%
d. More than 5 gm%
6.In females, which of the following blood cells contain ‘Davidson bodies’
d. All of the above
7.Blood pressure is defined as the product of ?
a. Cardiac output × Peripheral resistance
b. Systolic pressure × Pulse rate
c. Diastolic pressure × Pulse rate
d. Pulse pressure × Pulse rate
8.The sodium potassium pump is an example of ?
a. Active transport
b. Passive transport
c. Facilitated diffusion
9.In which subsection of Boenninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book, the
rubric “Qualmishness” is given ?
a. Hunger & Thirst
b. Mouth & Fauces
c. Nausea & Vomiting
10.Coagulative necrosis is NOT seen in ?
a. Myocardial infarction
c. Thermal injury
d. Zenker degeneration necrosis
11.“Muscae volitantes” is found in which chapter of Kent’s Repertory ?
12.Oral contraceptives give protection against all of the following,
a. Rheumatoid arthritis
b. Endometrial cancer
c. Hepatic adenoma
d. Benign breast disease
13.Among the following Mammography findings, which one is NOT a
feature of Breast cancer ?
a. Asymmetric thickening of breast tissue
b. A solid mass with or without Stellate features
c. Clustered micro calcification
d. Macro calcification
14.In which of the following Kent’s observation is the Antidotal
relationship of remedies called for ?
15.During which action of medicine does Homoeopathic aggravation take
16.Drug power of class III of old method of preparation of mother tincture
a. 1/ 2
b. 1/ 6
c. 1/ 10
d. 1/ 100
17.Which of the following stain is considered the best stain for cervical
d. H & E
18.Which of the following miasm was described by Hahnemann as “Hydraheaded” ?
19.“Children get sick in the evening when sitting before an open coal fire
or falling asleep there”. This symptom belong to which remedy ?
b. Natrum carb
c. Ferrum met
20.The maximum blood alcohol level allowed for driving in INDIA is ?
a. 20 mg%
b. 30 mg%
c. 50 mg%
d. 80 mg%
21.The test to differentiate Iron deficiency anemia from Anemia of chronic
disease is ?
a. Serum iron
b. Serum ferritin
d. Transferrin saturation
22.Most common viral cause of Gastritis is ?
a. H. pylori
c. Hepatitis A
23.What is the peak level of LH required for Ovulation ?
a. 45 ng/ml
b. 55 ng/ml
c. 65 ng/ml
d. 75 ng/ml
24.Bishop’s score includes all EXCEPT ?
a. Head station
b. Status of membranes
c. Cervical effacement
d. Cervical consistency
25.According to William Boericke, this remedy can be given when
Pulsatilla fails in school girls ?
a. Calcarea phos
b. Natrum mur
c. Kali carb
d. Calcarea carb
26.Flail chest is defined as ?
a. Blunt myocardial injury
b. Pericardial tamponade
c. Injury to one rib
d. Three or more rib fractures in two or more places
27.Which of the following structure does not pierce sclera ?
a. Optic nerve
b. Optic artery
c. Ciliary nerve
d. Choroid veins
28.A patient on routine X-ray of cervical spine was seen having an extra
rib. The most probable artery which can be compressed is ?
a. Subclavian artery
b. Vertebral artery
c. Carotid artery
d. Basilar artery
29.Which of the following is used as an Antidote in glass powder poisoning
a. Bulky food
b. Activated charcoal
d. Chelating agent
30.Who among the following is Author of the work of “Sensation as if” ?
a. O. M. Drake
b. H. A. Roberts
c. H. Perkins
d. E. B. Nash
31.Winging of Scapula is due to ?
a. Dorsal scapular nerve palsy
b. Supra scapular nerve palsy
c. Long thoracic nerve palsy
d. Musculocutaneous nerve palsy
32.Cina follows this remedy in intermittent fever ?
c. Cinchona off
d. Natrum mur
33.Who among the following perceived the Law of Similars prior to
discovery of Homoeopathy ?
34.Which remedy is most suitable for complaints from straining, especially
the flexor tendons ?
b. Bellis per
c. Ruta graveolens
d. Arnica Montana
35.In which year was “The Times of Remedies and Moon Phases” by Dr.
Boger published ?
36.Granulation tissue appears due to ?
a. Thrombosed capillaries
b. Chronic inflammatory cells
c. Budding ends of capillaries
37.Apoptosis is ?
a. Reversible cell injury
b. Irreversible cell injury
c. Programmed cell death
d. Deranged cell metabolism
38.Zero dose of Polio vaccine is given ?
a. At birth
b. Before giving DPT vaccine
c. When child is having diarrhea
d. When child is having Polio
39.In which chapter of BBCR, the rubric “Wounds, gunshot” is given ?
a. Skin & exterior body
b. Sensation and complaints in general
d. Conditions of aggravations and amelioration in general
40.Natural history of disease is best established by ?
a. Descriptive epidemiology
b. Cohort studies
c. Case control studies
d. Ecological studies
41.Breech with extended legs is also known as ?
a. Flexed breech
b. Frank breech
c. Footling presentation
d. Knee presentation
42.Which of the following is the most important indicator of commencing
amelioration or aggravation in a patient ?
a. Condition of local pathology
b. State of mind and whole demeanor of the patient
c. Appearance of skin eruptions
d. Increase in ESR levels
43.Gold standard investigation in the diagnosis of a case of Endometriosis
d. Color Doppler
44.Which of the following remedy has been recommended by Hahnemann
in case of benumbed state of nerves in one sided diseases ?
45.All are features of COPD, EXCEPT ?
a. Smoker’s cough
d. Clubbing of nails
46.Mother tinctures are prepared by using which type of Alcohol ?
a. Absolute alcohol
b. Strong alcohol
c. Rectified spirit 40 OP
d. Rectified spirit 60 OP
47.Which of the following branch of Pharmacy deals with the repetition of
48.Mallory bodies are composed of ?
49.The diagnosis of a patient presenting with seizures, mental retardation
sebaceous adenoma is ?
a. Tuberous sclerosis
50.Wrongly matched pair is ?
a. Electric alternans – Cardiac tamponade
b. Pulsus alternans – Myocardial infarction
c. Wellen’s syndrome – Unstable angina
d. Infective endocarditis – Rose spots
51.The most frequently encountered Neoplasm of the Anterior
mediastinum in adults is ?
b. Mediastinal granuloma
d. Germ cell tumor
52.The following question consists of two statements, one labeled as the
‘Assertion (S) & the other as ‘Reason (R)”. You are to examine the two
statements carefully & select the most appropriate answer.
Assertion (S): During drug proving, all salads and medicinal herb soups
should be taken regularly.
Reason (R) : Diet should be purely nutritious & of simple character during
a. Both S & R are individually true & R is the correct explanation of S.
b. Both S & R are individually true & R is NOT the correct explanation of S.
c. S is false & R is true
d. S is true & R is false
53.Charcot’s triad is seen in ?
c. Acute gastritis
d. Peptic ulcer
54.The characteristic chromosomal abnormality found in cases of Down’s
syndrome is ?
a. Trisomy 21
b. Trisomy 18
c. Trisomy 15
d. Trisomy 13
55.Which of the following is considered as Reference protein ?
56.Which of the following author’s Card repertory is primarily based on
Kent’s repertory ?
a. Marcos Jaminez
b. Margaret Tyler
c. P Sankran
d. W Boericke
57.Which of the following is a NOT a greenhouse gas ?
a. Carbon monoxide
b. Nitrous oxide
d. Water vapor
58.Which is the most suitable remedy for profuse watering from eyes after
extraction of cinders and other foreign bodies ?
a. Aconitum napellus
b. Sulphuric acid
c. Ledum pal
d. Crotalus horridus
59.The earliest ECG change in Acute myocardial infarction ?
a. Development of Q wave
b. Diminution in size of R wave
c. ST segment deviation
d. T wave inversion
60.A previously healthy child of age 2 years presented with colicky pain
and vomiting & between the episodes, the child was passing Red currant
jelly stool. On examination, the child was dehydrated with abdominal
distension and had a palpable mass on the right upper quadrant of
abdomen. The most likely diagnosis in this case is ?
a. Congenital pyloric stenosis
c. Ischemic colitis
61.Which of the following condition occurs during secondary action ?
a. Stupefied sleep caused by Opium
b. Person heated after violent exercise
c. Sluggishness & drowsiness after use of strong coffee
d. Heat produced by drinking wine
62.Match the following :
I. J T Kent a. Doctrine of signatures
II. Horace b. Series of Degrees
III. Paracelsus c. Aude Sapere
a. I – a, II – b, III – c,
b. I – b, II – c, III – a,
c. I – c, II – a, III – b,
d. I – a, II – c, III – b,
63.Single flask method of preparation of potencies is called ?
a. Korsakovian attenuations
b. Hahnemannian attenuations
c. Jenchen’s attenuations
d. Skinner’s attenuations
64.“Sleeps with one leg drawn up and the other stretched out”. This
position of sleep is seen in which remedy ?
c. Stannum met
65.For preparation of mother solution in Fifty millesimal scale of potencies,
the ratio of alcohol to water and strength of alcohol is ?
a. 1 : 2, 92% v/v
b. 1 : 2, 99.4 v/v
c. 1 : 4, 70% v/v
d. 1 : 4, 95% v/v
66.In gray hepatisation of lobar pneumonias, alveoli are filled with ?
67.Match List I & List II & select the correct answer using the codes given
List I (Repertory) List II (Gradation of medicines)
I. Robin Murphy’s Repertory a. – 1
II. Boericke Repertory b. – 3
III. J H Clarke Repertory c. – 4
IV. Synthetic repertory d. – 2
a. I –b, II – d, III – c, IV – a
b. I –b, II – a, III – d, IV – c
c. I –c, II – a, III – d, IV – b
d. I –b, II – d, III – a, IV – c
68.The Brown sequard syndrome is characterized by ?
a. Ipsilateral loss of pain
b. Contrlateral loss of position sense
c. Contralateral loss of vibration sense
d. Contralateral loss of temperature
69.A positive Nikolsky sign will be found in case of ?
a. Lichen planus
70.The visualization of “clue cells” in a stained smear of vaginal discharge
is highly suggestive of ?
a. Gardnerella vaginalis
d. Chlamydial infection
71.Effort during normal respiration is due to ?
a. Respiratory air passages
b. Alveolar air spaces
c. Creating negative pleural pressure
d. Lung elasticity
72.Which one of the following is the most preferred cut for episiotomy ?
a. J shaped
c. Medio lateral
73.Disinfection of urine is an example of ?
a. Pre current disinfection
b. Terminal disinfection
c. Concurrent disinfection
74.A patient present with symptom of collapse, extreme coldness and
weakness. Cold perspiration on the forehead was very marked. There is
history of severe vomiting, purging and cramps in extremities. Patient
had thirst for cold water with craving for fruits, juicy & cold things.
Which one the following remedy is indicated ?
a. Cuprum met
b. Carbo veg
d. Veratrum album
75.A severely anemic patient complaints of paralysis of extensors of
forearm and progressive emaciation. Patient has a fear of being
assassinated. There is a distinct blue line observed along the margins of
gum with obstinate constipation and abdominal colic. Which is the most
suitable remedy ?
b. Plumbum met
d. Argentums met
76.Concentric circles of similarity, as suggested by Joslin, is mentioned in
which of the following Repertory?
a. Kent’s Repertory
b. Boeninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book
c. Boger Boenninhausen Characterstics & Repertory
d. Knerr’s Repertory
77.Hyperextension of Hip Joints may induce Abdominal pain in
a. Pelvic appendicitis
b. Post-ileal appendicitis
c. Retrocaecal appendicitis
d. Chronic cholecystitis
78.Permanent impairment of finger print pattern occurs in cases of
79.Earlest external sign of autolysis is seen in
80.Renin is secreted by
a. Juxtaglomerular apparatus
b. Collecting ducts
c. Loop of henle
d. Proximal tubule
81.The remedy for chronic complaints that date back to septic conditions is
a. Tarentula cubensis
c. Arsenic album
82.“Keratoderma blenorrhagicum” is characteristically associated with
a. Reactive arthritis
b. Ankylosing spondylitis
d. Rheumatoid arthiritis
83.Which among the following is NOT the feature of Fracture of neck of
a. Internal rotation of leg
b. Shortening of leg
c. Tenderness in groin
d. Active straight leg raising not possible
84.A patient complains of pain in epigatrium, worse at 3 am, According to
Boeninnghausen’s schema of symptomatology, this symptom complex
has elements of
a. Ubi & cur
b. Quomado & Quando
c. Ubi & Quando
d. Cur & Quibis auxillis
85.In one-sided mental and emotional diseases, transient alleviation of
psychical disease with emergence of corporeal symptom occurs during
a. Acute mania
b. Primary stage of syphilis
c. Isopathic mode of treatment
d. Lucid intrerval
86.Total number of drugs in the “Concordances” section of Boger
Boeninnghausen’s Characteristics & Repertory are
87.Which salt was discovered by Glauber in 1658 & is named as ‘Sal
b. Nat. sulph
c. Mag. Carb
d. Nat. phos
88.Leprosy commonly spreads by
89.Absence of pain and muscular mobility, especially in muscles of
expression and of locomotion is an indication of
c. Lac can
90.Which is NOT transmitted via breast milk?
a. Hepatitis A
b. Hepatitis B
c. Hepatitis C
d. Hepatitis D
91.All are effects of Sympathetic stimulation EXCEPT
a. Increased contractility of heart
b. Increased refractory period
c. Increased heart rate
d. Increased conduction velocity
92.Right coronary artery supplies all EXCEPT
a. Apex of heart
b. Interventricular septum
c. Interatrial septum
d. S.A. Node
93.In which of the following of B.B.C.R. the rubric “Carphology” is given?
c. Sensations & compalaints in general
d. Conditions of Aggravation and Amelioration in general
94.CSF pressure is mainly regulated by
a. Venous pressure
b. Cerebral blood flow
c. Rate of CSF formation
d. Rate of CSF absorption
95.Histologicalstructures present in cornea consists of all EXCEPT
a. Corneal epithelium
b. Anterior elastin lamina
c. Posterior elastin lamina
d. Inferior elastin lamina
96.Constipation of infants during dentition is characteristic of
b. Magnesia mur
97.Murphy’s sign is positive in
a. Acute cholecystitis
c. Acute cholangitis
d. Acute appendicitis
98.After a minor head injury, a young patient was unable to close his left
eye and had drooling of saliva from left angle of mouth. He is suffering
from which nerve injury?
d. IIIrd and VIIth
99.Foetal pole and cardiac activity can be detected by transvaginal
a. 6 weeks
b. 7 weeks
c. 10 weeks
d. 12 weeks
100.A 45 years old woman presented with menorrhagia and
dysmennorrhoea. Examination revealed an enlarged uterus to about 12
weeks size, which was soft & tender. The possible diagnosis is
d. Uterine fibroids