3rd bhms organon important exam questions

This post focuses on the 3rd BHMS ORGANON IMPORTANT EXAM QUESTIONS that are being asked in various university examinations.

This is prepared on the basis of  3rd BHMS syllabus (degree course) applicable from the academic session 2015-2016, as per the guidelines of Central Council of Homoeopathy.

THEORY SYLLABUS for 3rd B.H.M.S.

In addition to revision of Aphorisms studied in First B.H.M.S and Second B.H.M.S, the following topics shall be covered,

You can find the whole FIRST and SECOND B.H.M.S. examination question bank by following this link, 2nd B.H.M.S. ORGANON IMPORTANT EXAM QUESTIONS.

  1. Hahnemann’s Prefaces and Introduction to Organon of Medicine.
  2. Aphorisms 105 to 294 of Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine, including foot notes (5th and 6th Editions translated by R.E Dudgeon and W. Boericke).
  3. Chapters of Philosophy books of J.T. Kent (Chapters-28, 29, 30, 34 to 37), Stuart Close (Chapters-7, 10, 13, 14, 15) & H.A. Roberts (Chapters- 7, 10, 12 to 19, 21, 34) related to 105-294 Aphorisms of Organon of Medicine.

All the questions are given under their related chapters.

  • FQ: Full Question
  • SFQ: Semi Full Question
  • SN: Short Note

There are two divisions in this post,

A. APHORISMS 105 TO 294

B. CHAPTERS FROM PHILOSOPHY BOOKS

1. DRUG PROVING (SEC 105 – 145)

  1. FQ: Define drug proving. How will you select a prover? Write down the Advantages and disadvantages of drug proving on Human beings.
  2. FQ: Justify – “Exhaustive drug proving is only theoretically possible”.
  3. FQ: What are the utilities and significance of drug proving?
  4. FQ: What is drug proving? What are the instructions given by Dr. Hahnemann?
  5. FQ: What precautions should be taken by prover while drug proving?
  6. FQ: Write a short essay on Drug proving.
  7. FQ: Write down the process of drug proving and best prover in detail.
  8. SFQ: How will you record and note down the symptoms of proving?
  9. SFQ: What are the objectives of drug proving?
  10. SFQ: What are the required qualities of a Human prover?
  11. SFQ: Write down the method of preparation of drugs for proving.
  12. SFQ: Write down the rules of drug proving.
  13. SN: Advantages and disadvantages of drug proving on Lower Animals.
  14. SN: Benefits of physician proving drugs on himself?
  15. SN: Best prover
  16. SN: Day book
  17. SN: Diet of a prover
  18. SN: Disadvantages of using large doses while drug proving.
  19. SN: Effects of administering excessively large doses while drug proving.
  20. SN: Ideal prover
  21. SN: Idiosyncratic patients while drug proving/ Idiosyncratic prover
  22. SN: Rules for proving of poisons
  23. SN: Which symptoms of drugs are being recorded by prover while drug proving?
  24. SN: Why homoeopathic drugs are not proved on lower animals?
  25. SN: Why medicines should be tested on both males and females?
  26. SN: Why medicines should not be tested on sick person? / Defects of proving on sick person.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 105 Investigation of pathogenetic power of medicine.
  • 106 knowledge of many medicines
  • 107 Drug proving on sick
  • 108 Curative power of medicine lie in the power they possess of changing the state of man’s health.
  • F.N. Albrecht Von Haller Knew the medicine is capable of curing by testing it on healthy human being.
  • 109 Hahnemann first recorded the curative power of drugs in his Materia Medica Pura and his further observations are contained in his work on Chronic diseases.
  • 110 The drug poisoning observed by allopathic physicians confirm the result of drug proving in healthy human beings. It was never imagined before that these effects were the curative power to form the basis of true Materia medica.
  • 111 Poisonous drug effect.
  • 112 Primary and secondary action of drugs.
  • 113 Narcotic medicine even from moderate experimental doses on healthy body produce secondary symptoms.
  • 114 Proving in moderate dose except narcotics produces primary action.
  • 115 Alternating action
  • 118 Individualisation of drug
  • 119 Individualisation of drug action
  • 120 Careful Drug proving
  • 121 Doses of drugs while proving.
  • 122 Proving of simple and well-known substances.
  • 123 Methods of preparation
  • 124 Prover should not take anything else of a medicinal nature.
  • 125 Diet should be nutritious.
  • F. N. 1 Vegetables like green peas, beans, potatoes and carrots are allowed due to least medicinal properties.
  • F. N. 2 Wine, brandy, coffee and tea are prohibited.
  • 126 Qualities of a prover.
  • 127 Proving on both sexes.
  • 128 Proving of only potentised drug substances.
  • 129 Proving should be done in small doses.
  • 130 A sensitive prover requires only a moderate dose for proving.
  • 131 Subsequent doses often remove the effect of previous dose or may produce an opposite state.
  • 132 Proving of weak medicinal drug substances.
  • 133 Record of thorough drug proving.
  • 134 Medicines can only produce all symptoms in various individual of different constitution.
  • 135 Confirmation by reproving.
  • 136 All symptoms cannot be recorded in single prover.
  • 137 Comparison of large and moderate doses in proving.
  • 138 Health Alterations while drug proving.
  • 139 Record of proving in detail.
  • 140 Illiterate provers.
  • 141 Physician is the best prover.
  • F. N. Benefits of drug proving on physician himself.
  • 142 Investigation of the effect of medicine.
  • 143 Compilation of all proving data.
  • 144 Formation of true Materia medica.
  • 145 What is remedy.

2. IDIOSYNCRASY (SEC 116 – 117)

  1. FQ: Write a short essay on Idiosyncrasy / What do you mean by Idiosyncrasy? Explain with example. What is its therapeutic utility? How will you treat an Idiosyncratic patient?
  2. FQ: Write down the different types of Idiosyncrasy? Explain with examples given by Dr. Hahnemann. Write down the importance of Idiosyncrasy in therapeutics.
  3. SFQ: Discuss Kent’s views on Idiosyncrasy / Discuss Stuart Close’s views on Idiosyncrasy.
  4. SFQ: What is allergy? How it is different from Idiosyncrasy?
  5. SFQ: Write down the factors responsible for Idiosyncrasy? What are the advantages of such patients while drug proving?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 116 Drug proving on groups and not on individuals.
  • 117 Idiosyncrasy/ peculiar constitution.
  • F. N. Examples of Idiosyncrasy

3. SURROGATES (SEC 118 TO 119 AND FOOTNOTE OF SEC 30)

  1. SN: What are surrogates? Write down Dr. Hahnemann’s views on surrogates.
  2. SN: What do you mean by surrogates?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 118 Individualisation of drug.
  • 119 Individualisation of drug action.

4. SPECIFIC REMEDY (SEC 147)

  1. SFQ: What is specific remedy? Differentiate Allopathic and Homoeopathic concept of specific remedy.
  2. SFQ: What is specific remedy? Write down Kent’s views on specific remedy. Should you use specific medicine in Homoeopathy? Explain why.

5. PRINCIPLES OF HOMOEOPATHIC CURE (SEC 28, 29 148)

  1. FQ: “Sick making properties of drugs are sick curing properties”- Justify.
  2. FQ: Hering’s law of cure.
  3. FQ: How homoeopathic cure takes place?
  4. FQ: How medicinal diseases are stronger than natural diseases?
  5. FQ: Nature’s law of cure/ Similia Similibus Curantur/ Therapeutic law of nature.
  6. FQ: What is Modus operandi of homoeopathic cure? Discuss in detail.
  7. SN: Explain why chronic cases takes longer time to cure.
  8. SN: Medicines act unconditionally- Justify.

6. MONGRAL SECT (FOOTNOTE OF SEC 149)

  1. SN: Mongral Sect/ What is the new sect in homoeopathy?

7. INDISPOSITION (SEC 150 AND FOOTNOTE OF SEC 7)

  1. SN: Define Indisposition? Write down its causes and treatment with examples.
  2. SN: What are Kent’s Views on indisposition?
  3. SN: What is Indisposition? What is the difference between indisposition and disease?

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I did feel the same when I was a student just few years back.

Let me suggest to help you,

  • 1st and 2nd BHMS

A Treatise on Organon of Medicine With Homoeopathic Philosophy Volume 1

  • 3rd BHMS

A Treatise on Organon of Medicine With Homoeopathic Philosophy Volume 2

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 146 – 154 Method of selection of remedy.
  • 146 Judicious employment of medicine.
  • 147 Specific remedy.
  • 148 Modus operandi of homoeopathic cure.
  • 149 Longer time for cure in cases of chronic cases.
  • F.N. Mongrel sect
  • 150 Indisposition
  • 151 Important diseases are having numerous symptoms.
  • 152 Easy remedy selection in Acute cases.
  • 153 Remedy selection should be based on PQRS and characteristic symptoms.
  • 154 Acute diseases are cured homoeopathically with no disturbances.

8. HOMOEOPATHIC AGGRAVATION (SEC 157 – 161)

  1. FQ: Define homoeopathic aggravation. Explain why homoeopathic aggravation is considered as good observation?
  2. SN: Difference between Medicinal aggravation and Disease aggravation.
  3. SN: Disease aggravation.
  4. SN: Homoeopathic aggravation.
  5. SN: Medicinal aggravation.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 155 Appropriate doses
  • 156 Homoeopathic aggravation and potency
  • 157 Homoeopathic and medicinal aggravation
  • 158 Homoeopathic aggravation is favourable in acute cases.
  • 159 Smaller the dose, shorter and minimum the homoeopathic aggravation.
  • 160 Removal of symptoms with no disturbances in acute cases.
  • 161 Homoeopathic aggravation in acute and Chronic cases.

9. PARTIALLY SUITED IMPERFECT MEDICINE (SEC 162 – 171)

  1. SFQ: What are the difficulties in selection of a perfect homoeopathic medicine?
  2. SN: How will you manage a case with partially suited imperfect medicine?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 162 Imperfect or partially suited medicine.
  • 163 appearance of accessory medicinal symptoms.
  • 164 Cure takes place where symptoms are uncommon, peculiar and characteristic in nature.
  • 165 Medicine selected on general vague symptoms is not homoeopathic medicine to the disease.
  • 166 Increases number of well proved medicines.
  • 167 accessory symptoms of medicine in acute disease.
  • 168 Follow up in acute disease.
  • 169 Two partially suited medicines.
  • 170 Selection of next best suited medicine, while re-examining the case.
  • 171 Selection of Antipsoric medicine in Non-venereal chronic diseases.

10. ONE SIDED DISEASES (SEC 172 – 184)

  1. FQ: Define one sided disease. Write down its types, management and treatment in detail.
  2. SFQ: What are one sided disease? How will you treat the one-sided diseases with only physical symptoms?
  3. SN: Case taking of one-sided disease.
  4. SN: Classification of one-sided diseases.
  5. SN: How will you treat a case of one-sided chronic disease?
  6. SN: What is imperfect remedy selection.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 172 Imperfect selection of medicine
  • 173 One-sided diseases are chiefly chronic in nature.
  • 174 Classification of one-sided diseases.
  • 175 One-sided disease with only physical symptoms indicates improper case taking.
  • 176 Careful case taking will reveal one or two severe and prominent symptoms.
  • 177 Selection of most similar medicine on the basis of few symptoms available.
  • 178 A well selected remedy on bases of uncommon, peculiar and characteristic symptoms will cure the case.
  • 179 In most cases, medicine will cover only partially.
  • 180 Appearance of accessory symptoms of natural disease.
  • 181 Accessory symptoms of improperly selected medicine.
  • 182 Selection of remedy for one-sided disease
  • 183 Second prescription based on new symptoms totality.
  • 184 Repeat the case taking after each new remedy until full recovery.

11. LOCAL DISEASES/ LOCAL MALADIES (SEC 185- 203)

  1. FQ: “One sided disease is less amenable to cure”- Justify.
  2. FQ: Define local disease. What are the types of local diseases? How will you treat them?
  3. FQ: Define Local disease. Write down the views of Dr. Hahnemann on it.
  4. FQ: Describe in detail the philosophical concept of Local diseases in homoeopathy according to Dr. Hahnemann.
  5. SN: Allopathic view of Local diseases.
  6. SN: Surgical diseases.

12. EXTERNAL APPLICATION (SEC 196 – 203 OF 5TH EDITION; SEC 284 – 285 OF 6TH EDITION)

  1. SN: Disadvantages of External application.
  2. SN: Why Dr. Hahnemann was against external application of the medicine?

APHORISM IN A NUTSHELL

  • 185 Local diseases introduction.
  • 186 Definition
  • 187 Acute Local diseases arising from external injury.
  • 188 Chronic local diseases from internal causes.
  • 189 Whole organism gets involved where there is the development of external disease.
  • 190 Treatment by internal homoeopathic medicines.
  • 191 Confirmation through experience.
  • 192 Formation of complete disease picture and remedy selection.
  • 193 Medicine administration in local diseases arising from internal causes.
  • 194  External application is not useful in local diseases of recent origin.
  • 195 Non venereal chronic diseases require anti-Psoric medicine.
  • 196, 197 Administration of true homoeopathic medicine internally and externally.
  • 198 Only external administration of suitable remedy.
  • 199 Removal of local symptoms (by corroding, surgery or drying agents) before selection of remedy.
  • 200 Internal dynamic remedy.
  • 201 Vital force hinder with chronic diseases and unable to recover by its own power.
  • 202 Removal of local symptoms by allopathic medicine worsens the whole disease.
  • 203 It is criminal to treat only by removing the external symptoms without treating internal disease.
  • F. N. The internal administration of dissimilar medicine along with external treatment, only weakens the system by adding a chronic drug disease.

13. CHRONIC DISEASES (SEC 204 -209)

  1. SN: Anti-Miasmatic treatment
  2. SN: How will you treat a case of chronic disease?
  3. SN: Obstacles to cure
  4. SN: Obstacles to recovery
  5. SN: What are the types of chronic diseases?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 204 Types of chronic diseases.
  • 205 The physician should never treat the primary symptoms, but only cure the underlying Miasm.
  • 206 Identification of underlying Miasm and treat accordingly.
  • 207 Effect of treatment taken till today.
  • 208 Identification of any obstacles to cure.
  • 209 Formation of disease portrait and treat with anti-Miasmatic medicine.

14. MENTAL DISEASES (SEC 210 – 230)

  1. FQ: Define Mental diseases and write down Hahnemann’s classification of mental diseases with management in detail.
  2. FQ: Describe in detail each type of mental diseases with development and treatment according to Dr. Hahnemann.
  3. FQ: Why mental diseases are One sided disease? What are the scopes for the treatment of mental disease in Homoeopathy and how will you approach a patient with mental disease?
  4. SN: Management of mental diseases.
  5. SN: Mental diseases arising from corporeal diseases.
  6. SN: Psychosomatic diseases.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 210 Mental diseases are of Psoric origin and one-sided diseases.
  • 211 Present characteristic symptoms are helpful in remedy selection.
  • 212 Each remedy is capable of change in mental state and disposition.
  • 213 Each case can be cured if remedy selection is done by covering altered mental state along with other symptoms.
  • 214 All the mental diseases are treated in the same way as all other diseases.
  • 215 Mental and physical diseases are same.
  • 216 Mental diseases appear with decline of corporeal diseases turns to be fatal somato-psychic diseases.
  • 217 In such cases whole phenomenon must be looked by physician, Physical and mental.
  • 218 Examine the Past history of Physical diseases of a patient having mental disease.
  • 219 Compare the past and present disease symptoms.
  • 220 Select the Anti-Miasmatic remedy in chronic mental diseases.
  • 221 Appearance of sudden mental symptoms as an acute disease due to some exciting cause in patients having ordinary calm mental state.
    222
    In such patients Anti-Miasmatic treatment can cure completely.
  • 223 Aggravation of mental diseases if not treated by Anti-Psoric remedies.
  • 224 Mental diseases of doubtful origin.
  • 225 Mental diseases arising from prolonged emotional causes.
  • 226 Treatment of emotional diseases with psychical remedies.
  • 227 Emotional diseases are having Psoric Miasm so, treat with Anti-Psoric medicines.
  • 228 Appropriate behaviour towards the patients with mental diseases.
  • 229 All external disturbances to the sense and disposition should be removed.
  • 230 Homoeopathic remedies are capable of rapid and striking results in mental and emotional diseases.

15. INTERMITTENT DISEASES (SEC 231 – 244)

  1. FQ: Define Intermittent diseases. Write down their classification and treatment in detail.
  2. SN: Alternating diseases.
  3. SN: Genus epidemicus.
  4. SN: Intermittent fever
  5. SN: Non- febrile typical intermittent diseases.
  6. SN: Sporadic/ Epidemic intermittent fever.
  7. SN: Treatment of epidemics of intermittent fever which had already taken allopathic treatment.
  8. SN: Treatment of epidemics of intermittent fevers in non-marshy areas.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 231 Intermittent diseases, types- febrile and non-febrile.
  • 232 Alternating diseases with examples.
  • 233 Typical intermittent diseases.
  • 234 Afebrile/ Non-Febrile intermittent diseases.
  • 235 Sporadic and epidemic intermittent fever with treatment.
  • 236 Appropriate time for drug administration.
  • 237 Drug administration in cases with short diseases attack.
  • 238 Recommended doses and repetition of medicine.
  • 239 Every medicine can cause different peculiar fever.
  • 240 Persistent intermittent fever due to Psora needs Anti-Psoric medicine.
  • 241 Genus epidemicus.
  • 241 Psoric intermittent fever may develop in poorly treated cases of epidemic fever.
  • 243 Individual Pernicious type of intermittent fever.
  • 244 Epidemic intermittent fever in marshy areas.

16. REPETITION OF DOSES (SEC 245 – 251)

  1. FQ: Discuss repetition of doses with instructions of Hahnemann regarding repetition of doses as per 5th edition of organon of medicine.

17. IMPROPER SELECTION OF MEDICINE (SEC 249)

  1. SFQ: What will happen when selection of medicine is improper? How will you manage a case that indicates the mistake in the selection of medicine?

18. SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT (SEC 252 – 256)

  1. SN: Amelioration.
  2. SN: Antidote
  3. SN: How will you identify if there is aggravation or amelioration of the symptoms?
  4. SN: Signs of Aggravation with medicinal aggravation.
  5. SN: What are the sure signs of improvement?

19. FAVOURITE REMEDIES (SEC 257 – 258)

  1. SFQ: What are favourite remedies? Write down Hahnemann’s advice to physician regarding it?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

245 – 258 Homoeopathic Posology

  • 245 Diet, regimen and mode of employing remedies.
  • 246 No administration of medicine till the amelioration continues in acute cases. In chronic cases a single dose will give enough improvement in 40 to 100 days.
  • 247 The Potency of remedy must be changed each time it is given.
  • 248 Directions for the use of potentised medicine.
  • 249 In cases with medicinal aggravation, Antidote the medicine.
  • 250 Replacement by appropriate homoeopathic remedy for the present disease state.
  • 251 Repetition with same potency if no effect with first dose.
  • 252 Detection and removal of obstacles to cure and recovery especially in chronic cases.
  • 253 Signs of improvement and aggravation.
  • 254 Identification of aggravation or amelioration.
  • 255 Amelioration
  • 256 Aggravation by wrong medicine.
  • 257 Disadvantages of favourite remedy.
  • 258 Never be prejudiced to any remedy.

20. DIET AND REGIMEN (SEC 259 – 263)

  1. FQ: Discuss the importance of diet and regimen described in organon of medicine while the course of homoeopathic treatment.
  2. FQ: Write down general principles of diet and regimen given by Dr. Hahnemann. Discuss the diet and regimen in acute and Chronic diseases.
  3. SN: What do you mean by Diet and Regimen?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 259 Diet and Regimen during treatment.
  • 260 Investigation of dietary obstacles to cure
  • 261 Regimen for chronic disorders.
  • 262 Diet in acute diseases.
  • 263 Diet and regimen that satisfy the cravings of patient.

21. POTENTISATION (SEC 264 – 271)

  1. FQ: What is Potentisation? Write down its objects and methods in brief.
  2. SFQ: History of the theory of Dynamization.
  3. SFQ: Method of Potentisation of dry medicine substances.
  4. SFQ: Write down the process of preparation of 1st LM potency.
  5. SN: Fluxion potency
  6. SN: Straight potency

22. 50 MILLESIMAL SCALE/ LM SCALE (SEC 270)

  1. FQ: What is 50 millesimal scale? Write down the method of preparation of 50 millesimal potency.
  2. SN: 50 millesimal scale.
  3. SN: Write down the mode of administration of 50 millesimal potency. How will you repeat the doses and what are the advantages of using 50 millesimal potency?

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 264 Medicine preparation.
  • 265 Employment of medicine prepared by a physician himself.
  • 266 Medicines from animal and vegetable sources.
  • 267 Medicine preparation from indigenous plants.
  • 268 Preparation of exotic substances.
  • 269 Potentisation of drug substances.
  • F.N. Difference between dilution and Potentisation.
  • 270 Method of 50- millesimal potency preparation.
  • 271 Knowledge of pharmacy, Medicine preparation directly from fresh plants.

23. ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICINE (SEC 272 – 285)

  1. FQ: “Strong dose of a homoeopathic medicine is more injurious than the same dose of a non-homoeopathic medicine”- Justify.
  2. FQ: Define minimum dose. Write down its characteristics and reasons for application of minimum dose in homoeopathy with advantages and disadvantages of it.
  3. FQ: Write an essay on selection of potency.
  4. SFQ: Define posology. Write down allopathic concept of dose and homoeopathic concept of dose. Write down various types of doses.
  5. SN: “Only one, single, simple medicine should be given to the patient at one time” – Explain.
  6. SN: “The Greater the susceptibility, higher the potency”- Explain.
  7. SN: Disadvantages of large doses in homoeopathy.
  8. SN: Factors that should be considered while selecting the potency.
  9. SN: How the knowledge of susceptibility helps in selection of potency?
  10. SN: Potency.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 272 Administration of potentised medicine.
  • 273 Single, simple medicine at a time.
  • 274 Advantages of single and disadvantage of complex medicine.
  • 275 Large Dose is injurious.
  • 276 Strong doses of a homoeopathic medicine is more harmful than same dose of a non-homoeopathic medicine.
  • 277 Homoeopathic doses are given in appropriately small doses.
  • 278 Selection of best suitable dose with precise observation and experience.
  • 279 Smallest homoeopathic doses are capable to cure.
  • 280 gradually heightened potency until general improvement, and begin true homoeopathic aggravation.
  • 281 Discontinuing of treatment and signs of restoration.
  • 282 Homoeopathic aggravation produced by first dose, indicated that doses were too large.
  • 283 Unsuitable medicine in small dose is harmful.
  • 284 Administration of medicine by olfaction, inhalation and via skin.
  • 285 Correct external application of homoeopathic medicine.

24. OTHER PHYSIO-THERAPEUTIC MEASURES (SEC 286 – 291)

  1. SFQ: Write down different physio-therapeutic measures.
  2. SN: Galvanism and Electricity
  3. SN: Magnetism
  4. SN: Massage and Bath
  5. SN: Mesmerism/ Animal magnetism.

APHORISMS IN A NUTSHELL

  • 286 Galvanism and electricity
  • 287 Mineral magnetism
  • 288 289 Mesmerism/ Animal mesmerism
  • 290 Massage
  • 291 Bath

25. Miscellaneous

  • SN: Vis Medicatrix Naturae.
  • SN: Rational Medicine
  • SN: Tolle Causam
  • SN: Prima Causa Morbi
  • SN: Materia Pecans
  • SN: Duce Natura
  • SN: Minister Nature
  • SN: Derivative method.

B. CHAPTERS FROM PHILOSOPHY BOOKS

HOW TO STUDY PHILOSOPHY LECTURES FROM THE BOOKS OF STALWARTS?

  • Read the chapter from the Organon of medicine book and clear the concept on the first place.
  • Then read the same topic from the philosophy books of stalwarts J. T. KENT, ROBERT HERBERT OR STUART CLOSE if it is available there.
  • Prepare a separate note from that lecture in your own easy words.
  • Try to cover specific guidelines suggested by stalwarts with highlights.

HOW TO PREPARE FROM PHILOSOPHY LECTURES FOR EXAMINATION?

  • What lectures are included for your examination year are given in the form of Lecture numbers from the index of those books.
  • You can check the curriculum of you course.
  • You have to write the views of the stalwarts from their lectures.
  • You can better understand from below given examples,

1. Suppose that you have to answer on INDISPOSITION, you shall write from Aphorism 150 of Organon of medicine,

Plus you need to write Stuart Close’s views on the same topic which is written in his book THE GENIUS OF HOMOEOPATHY Chapter number 10. INDISPOSITION AND THE SECOND BEST MEDICINE,

Plus J T KENT’s Views on the same which is given in the chapter number 7 INDISPOSITIONS in his LECTURES ON HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY.

2. Like wise, if you have to answer on VITAL FORCE, you shall write from ORGANON OF MEDICINE Aphorisms 9 to 17,

Including the views of J.T. KENT on this topic from his book Lectures on homoeopathic philosophy Chapter number 8 and 9 which covers philosophy on vital force,

Plus you shall write HERBERT ROBERT’S views on the same topic from THE PRINCIPLES AND ART OF CURE BY HOMOEOPATHY.

CONCLUSION

THEORY FROM ORGANON OF MEDICINE + PHILOSOPHY FROM LECTURES OF STALWARTS (IF AVAILABLE) = YOUR COMPLETE ANSWER ON THAT PARTICULAR TOPIC

LECTURES ON HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY BY DR. J T KENT

3rd bhms organon important exam questions

SOME VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

  1. FQ: Kent’s 12 observations
  2. FQ: What is Second prescription? write down 2nd prescription with indications suggested by Dr J. T. Kent.
  3. SFQ: Difficult and Incurable cases according to Dr. J T Kent.
  4. SFQ: Favourable remedy reactions.
  5. SFQ: Importance of Hering’s law of cure in Kent’s observations
  6. SN: Ideal remedy reactions
  7. SN: Kent’s Third observation
  8. SN: Unfavourable remedy reactions.

THE PRINCIPLES AND THE ART OF CURE BY HOMOEOPATHY BY HERBERT A. ROBERTS

3rd bhms organon important exam questions

SOME VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

  1. FQ: What is palliation? Justify- “Palliation by Homoeopathic medicine of incurable cases”.
  2. FQ: What is suppression? What are its types? How will you treat the case with suppression?
  3. SFQ: Discuss different layers of suppression with example.
  4. SN: Bad effects of suppression/ Dangers of suppression.
  5. SN: Merits and demerits of Palliation.
  6. SN: Temperaments.
  7. SN: What are the Auxiliary symptoms according to H.A.Roberts.
  8. SN: What do you mean by suppression?
  9. SN: write down the difference between Suppression and Palliation?

THE GENIUS OF HOMOEOPATHY BY STUART CLOSE

3rd bhms organon important exam questions

SOME VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

  1. SN: Drug potential
  2. SN: Second best remedy
  3. SN: What do you mean by Indisposition? How will you treat those cases?

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