AIAPGET Previous Question Paper | Homeopathy PG Entrance

AIAPGET Previous Question
All India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Test previous year question paper on Homeopathy helpful for the applicants in the preparation. Hence, to help the candidates we have given the Siddha exam model question paper in the section below. Hence, download the sample paper and start your preparation. Also, check the exam pattern and syllabus details from our page below. AIAPGET has given the official notification for Homeopathy PG Entrance Test. 
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AIAPGET Old Question Papers Solved

1. Muscles forming boundaries of digastric triangle are all except
1) Anterior belly of digastrics
2) Posterior belly of digastric
3) Stylohyoid
4) Sternocleidomastoid

2. Which of the following area is known as the dangerous area of the scalp?
1) Skin
2) Superficial Fascia
3) Deep Fascia
4) Loose Areolar Tissue

3. A person was unable to close his right eye. There is dribbling of saliva from right angle of his mouth and he in unable to make a pout. The probable diagnosis is
1) Bell’s Palsy
2) Trigeminal Neuralgia
3) Optic Nerve Injury
4) Oculomotor Nerve Injury

4. Radiographic ‘Shenton’s Line’ is observed in respect of which joint
1) Hip Joint
2) Knee Joint
3) Shoulder Joint
4) Elbow Joint

5. Ketone bodies are utilized by all tissues except
1) Liver
2) Muscle
3) Heart
4) Kidney

6. The most abundant protein in the body is
1) Albumin
2) Globulin
3) Collagen
4) Fibrinogen

7. Which of the following is the most universally accepted and sensitive indicator of the whole population and the socio-economic condition under which they live
1) Disability Rate
2) Infant Mortality Rate
3) Under-5 Proportionate Mortality Rate
4) Life Expectancy

8. Which of the following characteristic should be considered most important while applying a screening test in lethal disease like cancer?
1) Sensitivity
2) Specificity
3) Simplicity
4) Rapidity

9. Which one among the following is not considered as millet?
1) Jowar
2) Bajra
3) Maize
4) Ragi

10. Out of the following, which is the most ideal time for insertion of an intra uterine contraceptive device?
1) Immediate post-partum i.e. within first week of delivery
2) Post-puerperal i.e. 6-8 weeks after delivery
3) Immediately after second trimester legal abortion
4) During last week of menstrual cycle

11. Most reliable method of identification of a person is
1) Galton method
2) Gustafson method
3) Anthropometry
4) Scars

12. Flaying is seen in which type of laceration
1) Split
2) Avulsion
3) Tear
4) Stretch

13. 'Absence of pain, where it could be expected' is a noticeable feature of
1) Antim crud
2) Aconite
3) Coffea
4) Baptisia

14. “Cool sweat on the face, especially around the mouth and nose” is a feature of
1) Chamomilla
2) Rheum
3) Opium
4) Natrum mur

15. A Patient complains of 'Beating of pulses throughout the body, especially in the right thigh'. The remedy indicated for this patient is
1) Belladonna
2) Glonoine
3) Barytamur
4) Veratrum viride

16. According to J.T. Kent, which remedy is especially indicated in those persons who manifest momentary fleeting inquisitiveness, jumping from one subject to another
1) Aethusa cynapium
2) Ambra grisea
3) Petroleum
4) Silicea

17. “Cannot bear to be touched, starts when touched ever so lightly, especially on the feet” is a feature of
1) Lachesis
2) Lycopodium
3) Medorrhinum
4) Kali carb

18. In a patient suffering from ARCUS SENILIS, which Chapter of Kent's repertory needs to be referred to find medicines specifically covering this pathology
1) Eye
2) Vision
3) Generalities
4) Head

19. Which of the following concept is Fundamental basis of Boenninghausen's Therepeutic Pocket Book?
1) Doctrine of Tautopathy
2) Doctrine of Pathological General
3) Doctrine of Analogy
4) Doctrine of Nosodotherapy

20. 'Wraps up in Fur in summers' is found in which chapter of Kent's Repertory?
1) Mind
2) Extremities
3) Fever
4) Generalities

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