Homeopathy Medical Officer Sample Question Paper

Homeopathy Medical Officer Sample Question
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Homeopathy Medical Officer Question Answer

1) Which of the following is NOT an urine ketone body
A) Acetone
B) Beta Hydroxy Butyric acid
C) Acetoacetate
D) Pyruvate

2) GOD/POD method is used for the laboratory estimation of
A) Serum protein
B) Blood Glucose
C) Urine Ketone bodies
D) Blood Urea

3) Cartridge Based Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (CBNAAT) is commonly used in India for the diagnosis of
A) Leprosy
B) Dengue fever
C) Tuberculosis
D) Malaria

5) Maurer’s spots are found in the peripheral smear with infestation of
A) P. vivax
B) P. falciparum
C) P. ovale
D) P. malariae

6) Schistocytes are commonly found in the peripheral blood film picture of
A) Iron deficiency anaemia
B) Thalassemia
C) Microangiopathic haemolytic anaemia
D) Sideroblastic anaemia

7) Single most important step to prevent hospital acquired infections is
A) Antibiotic stewardship
B) Use of bleaching solution for cleaning
C) Hand hygiene
D) HAI surveillance

8) Prions are
A) DNA Viruses
B) Proteinaceous Infectious particles
C) Protozoan parasites
D) Fungus

9) Venkataraman – Ramakrishnan medium is a transport medium used for
A) V.cholerae
B) C. tetani
C) B.anthracis
D) M. tuberculosis

10) Which among the following is NOT an acid fast organism
A) M. tuberculosis
B) Nocardia
C) Legionella
D) C. diphtheriae

11) Aggravation about neck area from contact of clothing is a symptom present in all EXCEPT
A) Glonoine
B) Lachesis
C) Sepia
D) Natrum muriaticum

12) In delirium, Hyocyamus occupies a place midway between
A) Belladonna and Stramonium
B) Helleborus and Stramonium
C) Belladonna and Veratrum album
D) Veratrum album and Helleborus

13) The following symptom ‘Always feel better in open air and slowly walking’ is about which one of the following ?
A) Dulcamara
B) Rhus Toxicodendron
C) Ferrum Met
D) China off

14) Which of the following is NOT involved in Polymyositis?
A) Ocular muscle
B) Diaphragm
C) Intercostal muscles
D) Shoulder girdle muscles

15) To cure the burning pain and intolerable urging to urinate, what is the drug?
A) Merccor
B) Apismel
C) Cantharis
D) Colchicum

16) Boenningahusen has given prime importance to
A) Concomitants and complete symptoms
B) Mental general symptoms
C) General modalities and causative factors
D) Time factors

17) Nodular swellings in joints is the symptom of
A) Lithium carb
B) Bryonia
C) Conium
D) Alliumcepa

18) In ‘DUB’, bleeding is too early, too profuse; partly fluid and partly clotted with labour like pain indicate
A) Ipecac
B) Sabina
C) Phos
D) Sepia

19) Atrophic rhinitis is the main symptom in
A) Lemna minor
B) Ledum
C) Mersol
D) Kali carb

20) Fragmenta de Viribus Medicamentorum Positivis was written in which year
A) 1800
B) 1805
C) 1830
D) 1845

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