Homeopathy Medical Officer Model Question Paper

Homeopathy Medical Officer Model Question Paper
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Homeopathy Medical Officer Question Papers

1) “Rheumatism alternates with gastric symptoms one appearing in the fall and another in the spring” is one of the characteristic symptom of:
A) Kali bich
B) Lycopodium
C) Nux vom
D) Ignatia

2) Which drug is known as Dog’s mercury?
A) Mercurialis perennis
B) Mephitis
C) Melilotus
D) Menyanthes

3) “The borders of the eyelids are painful on moving as if they were dry, and rubbed upon the eyeballs”, is a symptom of:
A) Aconite
B) Arsenicalb
C) Bellisp
D) Murex

4) The quality of ‘being pre-eminently trustworthy and conscientious’ of the Homeopathic drug prover is explained in which edition of Organon of Medicine
A) Second
B) Third
C) Fifth
D) Sixth

5) In the preface to the fifth edition of Organon, Dr Samuel Hahnemann mentions ‘Homoeopathy avoids everything in the slightest degree enfeebling’, which refers to:
A) External means of treatment
B) Idiosyncrasy
C) Homeopathic aggravation
D) Genus epidemicus

6) Degeneration of pyramidal tracts is present in which vitamin deficiency?
A) Vit C
B) Vit B12
C) Vit D
D) Vit B2

7) Broca’s aphasia results from lesion in
A) Inferior frontal gyrus
B) Superior temporal gyrus
C) Precentral gyrus
D) Post central gyrus

8) The causative agent for Infectious mononucleosis (Glandular fever) is
A) Herpes simplex virus
B) Cytomegalo virus
C) Epstein-Barr virus
D) Variola virus

9) Ravenous hunger at 11 AM is seen in
1) Sulphur
2) Zincum metallicum
3) Cuprum metallicum
4) Lycopodium
Which of the following is correct?
A) 1 only
B) 1 and 2 only
C) 1, 2 and 3 only
D) 2 and 4 only

10) In which one of the following drugs ‘Porrigo Capitis’ is a symptom?
A) Causticum
B) Calcarea muriaticum
C) Conium maculatum
D) Capsicum

11) Red currant jelly stool is associated with
A) Intussusception
B) Ca Pancreas
C) Ca colon
D) Duodenal atresia

12) Schein symptoms are caused by
A) Natural morbific agent
B) Excessive use of homeopathic medicines
C) Proving of allopathic medicines
D) From partially indicated medicines

13) Proving of narcotic medicines are mentioned in aphorism
A) 108
B) 113
C) 119
D) 128

14) Squilla is complementary to
A) Sticta
B) Dulcamara
C) Antim crud
D) Ran bulb

15) Allentown academy was established by
A) Herring
B) J T Kent
C) J H Clarke
D) C M Boger

16) Osborn waves in ECG are classically seen in
A) Hypokalaemia
B) Hypocalcemia
C) Digitalis effect
D) Hypothermia

17) Auspitz’s sign is found in
A) Kawasaki disease
B) Rheumatoid Arthritis
D) Psoriasis

18) Which among the following muscles doesn’t have a dual nerve supply?
A) Omohyoid
B) Brachialis
C) Biceps femoris
D) Pectineus

19) Functional residual capacity (FRC) of human lungs is

20) Which among the following genetic condition is related to DNA mismatch repair?
A) Turners Syndrome
B) Down’s Syndrome
C) Lynch Syndrome
D) Marfan Syndrome

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