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MCQS of Repertory and Case taking for competitive exam

MCQS of Repertory and Case taking for Competitive Exam

Repertory and case taking are important subjects in the field of homeopathy. Repertory is a tool used by homeopaths to analyze and classify the symptoms of a patient to find the appropriate remedy. Case taking, on the other hand, is a detailed process of gathering information about a patient’s symptoms, medical history, and other relevant details.

To excel in competitive exams related to homeopathy, it is important to have a thorough understanding of the principles and methods of repertory and case taking. This involves knowledge of various homeopathic repertories, their structure, and how to use them effectively. Additionally, one must be familiar with the different stages of case taking, including the initial consultation, case analysis, and follow-up.

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The following MCQs related to repertory and case taking can help test your knowledge in these important areas and prepare you for competitive exams in the field of homeopathy

1. Primary importance to ‘Pathological Generals’ given by :

(a) Dr. Boger

(b) Dr. Boenninghausen

(c) Dr. J.T. Kent

(d) Dr. Gross

Answer: (a)

2. Boenninghausen generalized the symptoms by adopting :

(a) The doctrine of analogy

(b) The general symptoms

(c) The conceptual image

(d) The common symptoms

Answer: (a)

3. Repertory of hemorrhoids was written by :

(a) Gentry

(b) Kent

(c) Guernsey

(d) Hering

Answer: (c)

4. Repertory on Causation is written by:

(a) Boger

(b) Wilsey

(c) Borland

(d) Dr Bhardwaj

Answer: (d)

5. Kent’s repertory is a type of 

(a) Synthetic Repertory

(b) General repertory

(c) Regional repertory

(d) Particular repertory

Ans. (b)

6. Von boenninghausen generalized the symptoms by adopting 

(a) The doctrine of analogy

(b) The general symptoms

(c) The conceptual image of the image

(d) The common symptoms

Ans. (a)

7. In which chapter of the Kent’s repertory, the rubric ‘ phimosis’ and ‘ paraphimosis’ are found

(a) Mind

(b) Skin

(c) Generalities

(d) Genitalia

Ans. (d)

8. In which chapter of the Kent’s repertory is blood spitting found? (uPsc-2004)

(a) Respiration

(b) expectoration

(c) Chest

(d) Cough

Ans. (b)

9. Gentry’s repertory of concordance was published in the year

(a) 1886

(b) 1890

(c) 1782

(d) 1990

Ans. (b)

10. Gentry’s repertory of concordance consists of vol umes (KPsc/lect/rep-2004)

(a) Two

(b) Five

(c) Six

(d) eight

Ans. (c)

11. repertory of ‘ Feve rs’ was published by 

(a) T. F. Allen

(b) H. C. Allen

(c) W. A. Allen

(d) Milton

Ans. (b)

12. C. M. Boger’s ‘ synoptic Key with repertory’ was published in the year 

(a) 1931

(b) 1936

(c) 1898

(d) 1930

Ans. (a)

13. In ‘ boenninghausen’s therapeutic Pock et book ’ the gradation of medicines is 

(a) Four

(b) Five

(c) Three

(d) Six

Ans. (b)

14. Rubric “A ddison’s disease’ in Kent’s repertory is placed under 

(a) Bladder

(b) Kidney

(c) Ureter

(d) Generalities

Ans. (b)

15.  In boenninghausen’s repertory rubric ‘ ecstasy’ is under

(a) Abdomen

(b) Hunger and thirst

(c) Intellect

(d) Sensorium

Ans. (c)

16. Rubric ‘ cyanosis’ in boenninghausen’s repertory is under

 (a) Skin

 (b) Generalities

 (c) Sensations

 (d) Complaints

Ans. (c)

17. Total number of sections in Kent’s repertory (KPsc/lect/rep-2004)

(a)  37

(b) 07

(c) 38

(d) none of the above

Ans. (a)

18. Total number of sections in Boenninghausen’s therapeutic Pock et book

(a) 37

(b) 07

(c) 38

(d) none of the above

Ans. (b) 

19. Who is the editor of synthesis repertory?

(a) Dr. Fredrick Schroyens 

(b) Dr. George Vithoulkas

(c) Dr. Samuel Hahnemann 

(d) Dr. Julian Winston

Ans. (a)

20. Outwardly reflected picture of the internal essence of the diseases are 

(a) Objective symptoms 

(b) Subjective symptoms

(c) Totality of symptoms 

(d) none of the above

Ans. (c)

21. Factors which affect or modify a symptom are called
(a) Aggravation
(b) Amelioration
(c) Causa occasionalis
(d) Modality
Ans. (d)

22.  Of the below in which repertory amelioration is omitted in relationship of remedies? 
(a) Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket book 
(b) Synthesis
(c) Kent’s Repertory 
(d) Complete Repertory
Ans. (a)

23. Mind chapter of Kent’s repertory was prepared by
(a) Lippe 
(b) Lee
(c) Kent 
(d) Mithel
Ans. (b)

24. “Lump sensation in rectum not ameliorated by stool” is seen in 
(a) Anacardium
(b) nux vomica
(c) Aesculus Hippocastanum
(d) Sepia
Ans. (d)

25. 1st repertory in english language was published by 
(a) J.T. Kent
(b) Dr. Lippe
(c) Dr. C. Hering
(d) Dr. P. Schmidth
Ans. (c)

26. He was the first person to evaluate remedies
(a) Boenninghausen
(b) Kent
(c) Hahnemann
(d) Jahr
Ans. (a)

27. Concordance repertories are those 
(a) Written in Prover’s language.
(b) That do not have alphabetical arrangement of chapters and rubrics.
(c) That do not contain rubrics.
(d) Having a definite philosophical background.
Ans. (a)

28. Boger was a student of ____ 
(a) Boenninghausen
(b) Kent
(c) Hahnemann
(d) Jahr
Ans. (a)

29. Repertorization starts from___ 
(a) Case taking
(b) evaluation
(c) Calculations
(d) Rubric hunting
Ans. (a)

30. The Father of repertory is _____
(a) Hahnemann
(b) Boenninghausen
(c) Kent
(d) Boger
Ans. (b)

31. In comparison to location, sensation is _______ 
(a) More important
(b) Less important
(c) Same
(d) no relation
Ans. (a)

32. Full time amelioration with no special relief of patient indicates_____ 
(a) Palliation
(b) Suppression
(c) Cure
(d) Disease aggravation
Ans. (a)

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