May 8, 2019

TNPSC Homeopathy Medical Officer Previous Question Papers

TNPSC Homeopathy Medical Officer Previous Question
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TNPSC Homeopathy Medical Officer Model Question

1) Most appropriate remedy for ‘piles with much itching’ is:
(a) Aloe socotrina
(b) Bromium
(c) Petroselinum
(d) Clematis alba

2) Medicines act unconditionally; whereas diseases occur only conditionally upon human health. What is that condition called?
(a) Vital force
(b) Susceptibility
(c) Similarity
(d) Dissimilarity

3) What happens when two dissimilar diseases occur in a human body, the latter one is stronger than the already existing one?
(a) Cure
(b) Palliation
(c) Suspension
(d) Repulsion

4) The characteristic smell of the discharges in sycotic miasm is:
(a) Fetid
(b) Sweetish
(c) Putrid
(d) Fish brine smell

5) ‘Inappropriately named chronic diseases’ are caused by:
(a) Avoidable noxious influences
(b) Acute miasm
(c) Psora
(d) Isopathy

6) Alternating action of drugs is a kind of:
(a) Primary action
(b) Secondary counter action
(c) Confused action
(d) Curative action

7) ‘Fragmenta de viribus medicamentorum positivis’ contains:
(a) Record of symptoms of diseases
(b) Record of symptoms of drugs while proving
(c) Record of symptoms of drugs of chronic diseases
(d) Record of drug poisoning

8) Mental traumatism, mental effects from injuries to head; chronic brain effects of blows and falls are the characteristics of:
(a) Arnica
(b) Ruta graveolens
(c) Hamamelis
(d) Nat sulph

9) The skin symptoms---rough, cracks, fissures; worse during winter, better in summer are characteristics of:
(a) Sulphur
(b) Petroleum
(c) Rhododendron
(d) Nat mur

10) Pulse is abnormally rapid, out of all proportion to body temperature are the characteristics of:
(a) Pyrogenium
(b) Psorinum
(c) Syphilinum
(d) Morbilinum

11) Menses too early, too profuse, too protracted, partly fluid, partly clotted, flow in paroxysms with labour like pains- from sacrum to pubis. The remedy is:
(a) Cimicifuga
(b) Sulphur
(c) Sabina
(d) Belladonna

12) ‘A mischievous child’ is a symptom of which one of the following miasms?
(a) Psoric
(b) Sycotic
(c) Syphilitic
(d) Acute

13) Which of the following are fixed miasms?
1. Small pox
2. Measles
3. Whooping cough
Select the correct answer using the code given below:
(a)1 and 2 only
(b)2 and 3 only
(c)1 and 3 only
(d) 1, 2 and 3

14) Prima causa morbi means:
(a)Difficult to cure
(b)Easily curable
(c)Primary manifestation of disease
(d)Primary cause of the disease

15) Regarding number of strokes to be given for preparing each potency by succession, how many strokes does Dr Hahnemann advocate in the 5th edition of Organon of Medicine?
(a)10
(b)100
(c)2
(d)5

16) Prolonged administration of partially selected medicine repeatedly may develop a disease known as:
(a)Drug disease only
(b)Iatrogenic disease only
(c)Drug disease as well as iatrogenic disease
(d)Neither drug disease nor iatrogenic disease

17) In the 6th edition of Organon of Medicine, Dr Hahnemann wrote in favour of external application in:
(a) Aphorism 284 only
(b) Aphorism 285 only
(c) Aphorism 284 and Aphorism 285
(d) Aphorism 286 and Aphorism 287

18) In the 5th edition of ‘Organon of Medicine’, we see Dr Hahnemann’s arguments against the external applications i.e disadvantages of external applications from:
(a) Aphorism 196 to Aphorism 203
(b) Aphorism 145 to Aphorism 165
(c) Aphorism 204 to Aphorism 215
(d) Aphorism 186 to Aphorism 208

19) Which of the following items are usually sterilized by autoclaving?
1. Nutrient broth
2. Peptone water
3. Buffered glycerol saline
Select the correct answer using the code given below:
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 2 and 3 only
(c) 1 and 3 only
(d) 1, 2 and 3

20) Malignant Tertian Malaria (Cerebral malaria) is caused by:
(a) Plasmodium vivax
(b) Plasmodium ovale
(c) Plasmodium falciparum
(d) Plasmodium malaria

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