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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Describe Pulsatilla lady in detail.

2. Give four salient features of carbon group and describe Carbo animalis in detail (4+6)

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3. Sepia and Lilium tig – in uterine prolapse

4. Mephitis and Corallium rubr – in respiratory complaints

5. Benzoic acid and Nitric acid –Urinary complaints

6. Bufo rana and Stramonium – in convulsions

7. Pyroginum and China – in fever

8. Millifolium and Trillium – in uterine haemorrhage

9. Spigelia and Crategius – in heart affections

10.Veratrum vir and Glonoine – in headache

11. Abies nigra and Abies can – in GI complaints

12.Hydrocotyle and Vinca minora – in skin affections

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13.Baryta mur – Hypertension

14.Urtica urens – Skin

15.Ruta G – Injury

16.Sabina – Female complaints

17.Ratanhia – Rectal complaints

18.Lithium carb – Rheumatism

19.Stannum met – in TB

20.Capsicum – Mind

21.Squilla – Cough

22.Syzygium jamb – clinical indications


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Describe the four characteristics of nosodes and mention in detail the salient features of Vaccininum and Variolinum.

2. Describe Argentum nitricum patient in detail.

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3. Glonoine and Cedron – headache

4. Coffea cruda and Caulophyllum – in female complaints

5. Eupatorium and Pyroginum – fever

6. Ratanhia and Collinsonia – rectal complaints

7. Corralium and Rumex – respiratory complaints

8. Psorinum and Graphites – skin complaints

9. Benzoic acid and Sarsaparilla – renal complaints

10.Capsicum and Nux xom – GIT

11.Apis and Apocynum – in dropsy

12.Pulsatilla and platina - constitution

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13.Abrotanum – marasmus

14.Hydrocotyle – skin

15.Cratageus – heart complaints

16.Sabadilla – Coryza

17.Radium bromide – indications

18.Squilla – cough

19.Ruta – injury

20.Viburnum opulus – female complaints

21.Lac can – throat affection

22.Anthraxinum – indications


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. What is case taking. How treatment history, family history and obstetric history helps in repertorisation.

2. What are the different methods of repertorisation. Discuss each method briefly with its scope and limitations.

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3. Fever chapter in Boger's repertory is a "self contained repertory of fever " with in the large repertory. Explain.

4. Comment on Allen's contribution to TPB.

5. Explain with examples the classification of sensations by Boenninghausen.

6. Why Boenninghausen limited the number of rubrics, in mind section.

7. What is “QUIS” and mention its significance.

8. Mention the chapter, sub-chapter, and rubric of the following conditions in Boger’s repertory:

 Ptosis  Complaints after gonorrhoea  Acute gastritis  PPYELITIS  Sterility

9. Explain the use of relationship section in TPB.

10.Value of common symptoms

11.Kent’s mental generals.

12.What are keynote prescriptions and mention its merits and demerits.

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13.Mention the chapter, rubrics and sub-rubrics for following in KENT'S REPERTORY

14.Where will you find the following conditions in BTP :

 Comedones  Waterbrash  Inguinal hernia

15.Where will you find the following conditions in Boger’s repertory : 

Gluttony  Gall stone colic  Pin worms

16.Mention the rubrics/sub-rubrics with chapter in Kent's repertory

 Miller's asthma  Sit with head on hands & elbows on knees  Skin cancer

17.Differentiate between:

 Adulterous & deceitful  Audacity & defiant  Rudeness & haughty

18.Record Keeping in OPD

19.Mention the meanings of: 

Chlorosis  Fungus hematodes  Noma

20.Mention the rubrics in BBCR:

 Ascites  Uric acid diathesis  Vertigo

21.Develop the abbreviation:  Aur.m  Helio  Lil-t

22.Importance of characteristic symptoms


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Define diabetes insipidus and explain the indications of equisetum, helonias, mercurius and phosphorus in diabetes insipidus. (2+2+2+2+2)

2. Define migraine and explain the indications of Natrum mur., sanguinaria, sepia and silicea in migraine. (2+2+2+2+2)

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3. Calcarea carb and silicea in ricket

4. Veratrum album and carbo veg. in shock

5. Zincum met. and sulphur in duodenal ulcer

6. Terebinth and apis in acute glomerulonephritis

7. Tabacum and berberis in nephrolithiasis

8. Sulphur and arnica in furuncles

9. Staphisagria and caulophyllum in osteoarthritis of hand

10.Psorinum and arsenicum album in bronchial asthma

11.Phytolacca and lachesis in diphtheria

12.Baptisia and muriatic acid in typhoid fever.

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13.Sulphuric acid in thrombocytopenic purpura

14.Taraxacum in glossitis

15.Bryonia in postural hypotension

16.Naja in pulsus alternans

17.Mag Phos in writer’s cramp

18.Ledum in podagra

19.Kalmia in rheumatic arthritis

20.Euphrasia in whooping cough

21.Collinsonia in congestive cardiac failure

22.Veratrum viride in heat hyperpyrexia


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Classify anaemia. Describe the clinical features and general management of iron deficiency anaemia. (3+3+4)

2. Discuss the signs and symptoms and management of stroke. Discuss how you will investigate a case of intracranial haemorrhage. (4+3+3)

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3. Alcoholism

4. Intravenous pyelogram

5. Hypochondriasis

6. Exfoliative dermatitis

7. INFANTILE REFLEXES

8. HYPOGLYCEMIA

9. Ventricular septal defects

10.Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus

11.G6PD deficiency

12.Mitral regurgitation

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13.Pyelonephritis

14.Sydenham's chorea

15.Carbuncles

16.CD4 count

17.Delirium

18.Weber test

19.Stamping gait

20.Sick sinus syndrome

21.Jones criteria

22.Uremic frost


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Define chronic bronchitis. Explain the etiopathogenesis, clinical features, complications and general management of chronic bronchitis. (2+2+2+2+2)

2. Define portal hypertension. Discuss the etiopathogenesis, clinical features and complications of the same. (2+3+2+3)

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3. Achalasia cardia

4. Ascitis

5. Cholelithiasis

6. DENGUE FEVER

7. Sjogren's syndrome

8. Acromegaly

9. Whipples disease

10.Pheochromocytoma

11.Tuberculin test

12.Silent lymphocytic thyroiditis

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13.Biots respiration

14.KWASHIORKOR

15.DIAGNOSIS OF MALARIA

16.Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

17.Criggler-Najjar syndrome

18.Hippocratic facies

19.DIPHTHERIA

20.Behcet's syndrome

21.Schober’s test

22.CREST syndrome 


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. What are the directions given by Dr Samuel Hahnemann regarding the treatment of psora. Explain.

2. What are intermittent diseases. Explain the management of intermittent fevers.

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3. Management of sycotic miasm

4. Importance of common symptom

5. Differentiate cure and recovery

6. Mesmerism

7. Grading of symptoms

8. Spurious syphilis

9. How age helps in potency selection.

10.What do you mean by dose.

11.Explain the method used by Hahnemann to distinguish doubtful origin of mental disease.

12.What are the differences in homoeopathic aggravation of acute and chronic diseases.

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13.Define and classify one sided disease.

14.Define life.

15.Define potentization.

16.Modalities of syphilitic miasm

17.Define suppression

18.Enumerate three possibilities of second prescription.

19.What are pathological generals and mention two examples.

20.What do you mean by physiological action of a remedy.

21.Enumerate the first changes expected after administering similimum.

22.Accessory symptoms of disease. ****


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Describe the causation, gastric, respiratory and mental characteristics of phosphorus.

2. Describe the causation, mental & physical characteristics and urinary symptoms of staphysagria.

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3. Describe the joint affections of bryonia.

4. Skin affections of merc sol.

5. Injuries of symphytum.

6. Respiratory symptoms of ammonium carb.

7. Rectal symptoms of podophylum.

8. Mentals of hyoscyamus.

9. Gastric symptoms of nux vomica.

10.Characteristic symptoms of phosphoric acid.

11.Paralysis of plumbum met.

12.Theory of twelve tissue salt.

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13.Cough of argentum met.

14.Delirium of arnica.

15.Vertigo of theridion.

16.Modalities of rhus tox.

17.Leucorrhoea of alumina.

18.Asthma of cannabis sativa.

19.Joint affections of benzoic acid.

20.Skin symptoms of cantharis.

21.Enuresis in equisetum.

22.Diathesis. 


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Explain the history, concepts and principles of theory of biochemic system of medicines

2. Describe Natrum mur in detail – constitution, mind, physical generals, gastrointestinal and female complaints. (2+4+3+3+3)

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3. Brief concepts of Homoeopathic Materia Medica.

4. Characteristic features Calcarea sulph.

5. Lycopodium personality

6. Characteristics of Nux vom.

7. Describe four thirsty remedies

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8. Magnesium phos. – gastrointestinal affections

9. Ledum pal. - rheumatism

10.Euphrasia - Coryza

11.Chamomilla - dysentery

12.Silicea - headache

13.Sulphur - skin

14.Spongia tost. - respiratory complaints

15.Arnica mont. - delirium

16.Ipecac. - fever

17.What is complementary relationship and mention two examples


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Course : Medical Sciences | Subject : Homeopathy Science

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1. Describe briefly attention and perception (8+7)

2. Define logic. Explain the application of logic in Homoeopathy. (3 + 12 = 15)

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3. Enumerate the fundamental principles of homoeopathy.

4. Define symptoms. Narrate analysis of symptoms

5. Antipathy Vs homoeopathy.

6. Ground plan of organon of medicine.

7. Write briefly on the method of case taking as given by Hahnemann in Organon of Medicine

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8. Role of Vital Force in health

9. Substantialism

10. Discovery of homoeopathy.

11. Contributions of Dr. Boenninghausen.

12. Exciting cause.

13. Primary action of medicine.

14. Define drug, medicine, remedy.

15. Mission of physician.

16. Concept of sick according to Kent.

17. Accessory miasm. 


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