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University of the State of New York

Examinations Department

110th examination

IOTH MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Therapeutics, Practice and Materia Medica

Friday, May 19, 1893-9:15 a. m. to 12: 15 p. m., only

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in the department of therapeutics, practice and materia medica the questions shall be in harmony with the tenets of the school selected by the candidate.' Laws of 1890, ch. 507, § 5

Questions prepared by the Board of examiners representing the Medical society of the state of New York.

Answer any 10 of the questions on this paper but no more. Check the number (√) of each one of the questions you have answered.

I For what pathologic conditions may buchu be used with advantage? 2 What should be done to give relief in intestinal obstruction?

3 What are cantharides? Where are they principally obtained and what is their active principle?

4 Describe the therapeutic uses of jalap and state how it differs in effect from aloes.

5 What causes cerebrospinal meningitis and how should it be treated? 6 What are the physiologic effects of gelsemium and what is the dose of the tincture?

7 Mention the therapeutic uses, external and internal, of nitrate of silver.

8 When is a disease endemic and when epidemic?

9 What is the source of creasote and in what dose may it be administered internally?

10 Give a description of the therapeutic uses of water.

11 What are the symptoms of lead poisoning, acute and chronic? 12 Define an antiseptic agent and mention three which are commonly used.

13 Would you administer charcoal internally, and if so in what dose and for what purpose?

14 Give the symptoms, treatment and prognosis of cirrhosis of the liver.

15 Name two remedies which are commonly used to promote intestinal peristalsis.

University of the State of New York

Examinations Department

112th examination

IITH MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Therapeutics, Practice and Materia Medica Friday, June 23, 1893- 9:15 a. m. to 12: 15 p. m., only

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in therapeutics, practice and materia medica all the questions submitted to any candidate shall be chosen from those prepared by the board selected by that candidate, and shall be in harmony with the tenets of that school as determined by its state board of medical examiners." Laws of 1893, ch. 661, § 146

Questions prepared by the Board of examiners representing the Medical society of the state of New York.

Answer any 10 of the questions on this paper but no more. Check the number (√) of each one of the questions you have answered.

I Describe the therapeutic uses of taraxacum.

2 What treatment is appropriate for a patient during the passage of nephritic calculi?

3 What is the source of duboisine and what are its physiologic effects?

4 What are the uses of conium in the practice of medicine and in what respect is it a succedaneum for opium?

5 What is the theory of the alkaline treatment of rheumatism? 6 How does an anesthetic differ from an anodyne?

7 What are the medicinal uses of potassium chlorate?

8 How should poisoning by coal gas (carbonic oxid) be treated? 9 Write a prescription for a cough mixture containing muriate of ammonia and an opiate, giving adult dose.

10 What are the therapeutic uses of podophyllin?

II What measures should be adopted in the treatment of pulmonary edema?

12 What is the dose of Fowler's solution and what precautions should be observed in its administration?

13 For what is sugar of lead principally used in the practice of medicine?

14 How should endocarditis be treated?

15 Describe the physiologic action of elaterium and state the dose.

University of the State of New York

Examinations Department

114th examination

12TH MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Therapeutics, Practice and Materia Medica

Friday, July 14, 1893-9:15 a m. to 12: 15 p. m., only

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in therapeutics, practice and materia medica all the questions submitted to any candidate shall be chosen from those prepared by the board selected by that candidate, and shall be in harmony with the tenets of that school as determined by its state board of medical examiners." Laws of 1893, ch. 661, § 146

Questions prepared by the Board of examiners representing the Medical society of the state of New York.

Answer any ro of the questions on this paper but no more. Check the number (√) of each one of the questions you have answered.

I What are the medicinal uses of creosote?

2 Describe the varieties and causes of intestinal obstruction. 3 From what parts of the colchicum plant is the active principle obtained?

4 What effect has strychnine in medicinal doses upon the intestinal tract? On what general fact does this particular effect depend?

5 Name the eruptive fevers.

6 Mention the preparations of potash which are used in medicine.

7 What injurious effect is liable to follow the prolonged internal use of the preparations of silver?

8 What measures should be employed to rid the system of tape worm?

9 What preparations of cantharides are used internally and what is the dose of each?

10 What are the uses of nitroglycerin in medicine and by what other names is it known?

II What are the ordinary age limits of typhoid fever and what conditions are essential to its production?

12 Name a vesicant derived from (a) the animal kingdom; (b) the vegetable kingdom; (c) the mineral kingdom.

13 What is meant by therapeutics?

14 Write a prescription for diarrhea containing an alkali and an astringent suitable for a child of 10 years.

15 What is the vulgar name for veratrum viride? active principle and what is the dose of the tincture?

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University of the State of New York

Examinations Department

104th examination

5TH MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Therapeutics, Practice and Materia Medica Friday, September 30, 1892-9: 15 a. m. to 12:15 p. m., only

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* * in the department of therapeutics, practice and materia medica the questions shall be in harmony with the tenets of the school selected by the candidate."

Laws of New York, 1890, Chap. 507, Sec. 5. Questions prepared by the Board of Examiners representing the Homeopathic Medical Society of the state of New York.

"Answer any ten of these questions of your own selection but no more and check the number thus v, of each one of the questions you have answered."

I How would you practically render yourself aseptic?

2 What is meant by antiseptic and what by aseptic treatment?

3 How would you effect rectal alimentation?

4 Describe the process of proving a drug, and give reasons for making provings.

5 State the symptoms, pertaining to the urinary tract, of berberis vulgaris.

6 State the mental symptoms of pulsatilla.

7 Give the proving of antimonium-tart, as manifested upon the lungs and bronchia.

8 What homeopathic remedies are most frequently indicated in threatened abortion?

9 In acute diarrhoea for what symptoms would you prescribe arsenicum and for what veratrum album?

10 If you were called to a person who had been exposed to smallpox, what course would you pursue?

II What would you do in case of poisoning by arsenic, and by strychnia ?

12 State the therapeutic use each of belladonna and euphrasia in diseases of the eye.

13 Under what conditions would you prescribe, in chronic diarrhoea, sulphur, and when croton tiglium?

14 Give symptomatology of china and nux vomica in icterus.

15 Give the marked symptoms of gelsemium, pertaining to the circulation as developed in healthy provers.

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University of the State of New York
Examinations Department

105th examination

6TH MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Therapeutics, Practice and Materia Medica
Monday, November 21, 1892-7:30 to 10: 30 p. m., only

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* in the department of therapeutics, practice and materia medica the questions shall be in harmony with the tenets of the school selected by the candidate."

Laws of 1890, ch. 507, § 5.

Questions prepared by the Board of Examiners representing the Homeopathic Medical Society of the state of New York.

"Answer any ten of these questions of your own selection but no more and check the number thus V, of each one of the questions you have answered."

I What is neurasthenia?

2 How would you treat insomnia?

3 To what form of nervous disorders is hypericum applicable?

4 What symptoms in jaundice are indicative of mercurius and what of chelidonium?

5 What remedies are most frequently indicated in locomotor ataxy and why?

6 Name two leading remedies for chorea and give indications for their use.

7 Give the brain and mental symptoms that are produced by a proving of stramonium.

8 State the principles upon which the dose, as understood by homeopathists, is determined.

9 Give the brain and mental symptoms that are produced by a proving of hyoscyamus.

10 Outline the treatment of hemiplegia and give chief indications for the drugs mentioned.

II State symptoms in chronic diarrhea for the use of each of the following: aloes, china and podophyllum.

12 Give résumé of the proving of nux-vomica as manifested by its effect upon the cerebro-spinal system.

13 Describe the effects upon the circulation of healthy provers, as shown in its symptomology, of veratrum viride.

14 Into what classes are the therapeutic agents of the homeopathic materia medica divided? State example of each.

15 Give as thoroughly as possible indications for the use of cantharis and mercurius corras in nephritis.

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