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1. The ff. are descriptions of law EXCEPT:

a. Regulates the conduct of the members of the body
b It is a result of human wisdom
c. Creates uniformity of human conduct
d. A body of obligatory rules
e. None

e. None

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2. Law of gravity is an example of:

a. Divine law
b. Natural law
c. Moral law
d. Substantive law
e. Private law

b. Natural law

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3. True about moral law:

a. Discovered by rational thinking of man
b. Body of rules to be followed to make one be closer to that which regulates the operation of the universe
c. Dependent upon & resulting from one’s conviction of the mind dependent of strict logical proof
d. Is not enforceable by the state
e. None

d. Is not enforceable by the sta

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4. Law enforced by the state classified based as to purpose:
a. Public law
b. Private law
c. Remedial law
d. Moral law
e. None

c. Remedial law

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5. Rules by which litigation are conducted:

a. Adjective law
b. Substantive law
c. Private law
d. Natural law
e. Constitution

a. Adjective law

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6. Ultimate purpose of adversary trial system:

a. So the lawyer aims to win the fight
b. Just solution of human conflict
c. Creates uniformity to establish the truth
d. Helps the court discover the facts
e. Determine the truth

b. Just solution of human conflict

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7. A bill passed by both houses of congress but was vetoed by the president can still become a law if it is reconsidered by:

a. 2/3 of the senate
b. 2/3 of the congress
c. Both
d. Neither

c. Both

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8. Instructions to the government officials telling them what to do:

a. General orderss
b. Letter of implementation
c. Letter of authorities
d. Letter of instruction
e. All

d. Letter of instruction

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9. Local custom is all of the ff. EXCEPT:

a. A rule of human action
b. Uniformly practiced
c. Generally obligatory and legal binding
d. Established by repeated acts
e. Explicitly approved by the lawmakers

e. Explicitly approved by the lawmak

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10. A potent factor in raising the standards of medical practice:

a. Civil law
b. Medical societies
c. Hospital rules
d. Public opinion
e. All

d. Public opinion

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11. The Board of Medical Education is under the

a. PRC
b. Dept. of Education
c. Association of Medical Association
d. Office of the President
e. A, B, C

b. Dept. of Education

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12. The Board of Medicine was created by the Medical Act of 1959 by the

a. R.A. 2382
b. R.A. 2300
c. R.A. 2832
d. R.A. 2380
e. R.A. 2830

a. R.A. 2382

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13. The R.A. above was amended by Republic Acts:

a. 4224 & 5946
b. 4223 & 5496
c. 4222 & 5496
d. 4242 & 5946
e. 4223 & 5946

e. 4223 & 5946

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14. The chairman of the board of medical education is the:

a. Secretary of health
b. Chairman of the Board of Medicine
c. Secretary of the Department of Education
d. Director of Bureau of private schools
e. Representative of APMC

c. Secretary of the Department of Education

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15. The head of the PRC is/are:

a. One fulltime commissioner
b. 2 fulltime associate commissioner
c. 3 part time associate commissioner
d. A & B
e. All

d. A & B

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16. The tenure of the fulltime commissioner is:

a. 3 years
b. 6 years
c. 9 years
d. 12 years
e. With the president’s term

c. 9 years

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17. List of candidates on members of the Board of Medicine shall be submitted by the executive council of the PMA during the month of:

a. August
b. September
c. October
d. November
e. December

b. September

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18. Candidates for members of the Board of Medicine must have been in practice of medicine for at least:

a. 3 years
b. 5 yrs
c. 7 yrs
d. 10 yrs
e. 15 yrs

d. 10 yrs

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19. To practice medicine in the Philippines the physician must at least be:

a. 18y/o
b.21y/o
c.23y/o
d.25y/o
e.30y/o

b.21y/o

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20. Examinee of the preliminary boards should at least be:

a. 18 y/o
b. 19 y/o
c. 20 y/o
d. 21 y/o
e.23 y/o

b. 19 y/o

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21. All of the ff. are included in the Hippocratic oath EXECPT:

a. I will give respect & gratitude to my deserving mentors
b. My colleagues will be my brothers
c. I will maintain the utmost respect of human life from its inception
d. I will maintain by all means in my power the honor and noble traditions ofmedical profession
e. None

a. I will give respect & gratitude to my deserving mentors

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22. The art of balancing probabilities:

a. Diagnosis
b. Treatment
c. Operation
d. Medical Diagnosis

d. Medical Diagnosis

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23. Not considered a practice of Medicine as provided by the law.

a. One who only takes blood pressure readings and announces the results without giving advice or prescribing treatment.
b. The use of electric vibrator and sun ray lamp by unlicensed person.
c. The application of medicated massage.
d. The administration of anesthesia by a licensed nurse under the supervision of physician in connection with the surgical operation.
e. Any legally registered dentist engaged exclusively in the practice of
dentistry.

e. Any legally registered dentist engaged exclusively in the practice of
dentistry.

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24. Qualification/s for the conferment of the degree of Doctor of medicine.

a. Completion of clerkship
b. Completion of internship
c. Completion of board review
d. passing the board exams
e. completion of residency

a. Completion of clerkship

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25. A person who adopts a method of treatment by manipulation, based on the assumption that all ailments are due to something wrong with the ligaments.

a. Chiropractor
b. Naturopathist
c. Neuropathist
d. Masseur
e. Naprapathist

e. Naprapathist

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26. All of the following are juridical persons except?

a. The state
b. Osteopathist
c. Mental institution
d. Bella corporation
e. None of the above

b. Osteopathist

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27. Characteristic/s of corporate medical practice.

a. Corporate entity is able to meet the educational and character
requirements prerequisite to licensure
b. Physicians are controlled in their purely professional activities by unlicensed persons in such manner as to explicit the physicians
c. Professional relationship between physician and patient is not impaired
d. The patient can freely choose his physician.
e. All of the above

b. Physicians are controlled in their purely professional activities by unlicensed persons in such manner as to explicit the physicians

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28. A physician should pay professional license fee when

a. He is under the service of Philippine government
b. He is giving consultation outside the country.
c. He is the emergency physician of the private hospital
d. He is administering treatment to family members.
e. None of the above

c. He is the emergency physician of the private hospital

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29. A “Physician” is someone who.....except?

a. Completed the course of medicine at a recognized medical school
b. Passed the medical board examination.
c. Is capable of undertaking the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of
human illness.
d. Treats illnesses by dependent judgment and without supervision.
e. None of the above

d. Treats illnesses by dependent judgment and without supervision.

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30. Factor/s that instigate the physician to render medical service to the patient.

a. Cause
b. Consideration
c. Subject
d. A and B
e. A, B and C

d. A and B

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31. The psychological pattern of physician-patient relation, physician considers himself is a position of trust.

a. Implied contract
b. Guidance-cooperation relation
c. Mutual participation relation
d. activity-passivity relation
e. expressed contract

b. Guidance-cooperation relation

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32. Specific types of medical services which the patient may solicit from his physician.

a. To perform specific tests or examinations
b. To examine the patient and inform him of the state of health.
c. To examine the patient, diagnose his condition and treat as to only one or
more, but not all conditions affecting him without follow up.
d. To examine the patient, diagnose his condition, treat him fully, giving him
full follow up care.
e. All are correct

e. All are correct

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33. Duties and obligations imposed on the physician in the physician-patient relationship except?

a. He should possess the knowledge and skill of which an ordinary physician is expected
b. He should use such knowledge and skill with ordinary care and diligence.
c. He is obliged to exercise the best judgment
d. He has the duty to observe utmost good faith
e. None of the above

e. None of the above

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34. Duties and obligations imposed on the patient in the course of the physician relationship except.

a. Must give an honest medical history of his illness
b. Even the management id painful, he must cooperate and follow
instructions
c. Must inform the physician of what occurred in the course of the treatment
d. Must exercise the prudence to be expected on a non-ordinary
patient under the same circumstances
e. None of the above

d. Must exercise the prudence to be expected on a non-ordinary
patient under the same circumstances

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35. Termination of physician-patient relationship.

a. Withdrawal of the physician as provided by the rules
b. Discharge of the physician by the patient
c. Incapacity of the physician
d. Expiration of the period, if the contract is for specific period
e. All of the above

e. All of the above

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36. Incidental right/s in the privilege to practice medicine

a. Right to choose patient
b. Right to compensation
c. Right to avail of hospital services
d. Right to limit practice of profession
e. All of the above

b. Right to compensation

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37. True statements except?

a. Any person given the right to practice medicine is not obliged to practice
the healing art
b. Physicians cannot be compelled to accept professional employment
c. Physicians are not duty bound to accept or render treatment to any
patient who solicits his services.
d. Physicians may not legally refuse to render service to a patient especially if there are no physicians available in the locality.
e. None of the above

d. Physicians may not legally refuse to render service to a patient especially if there are no physicians available in the locality.

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38. Provides for the infliction or punishment upon a person for an act done which, when it was committed it is not a crime.

a. Bill of attainder
b. Attachment
c. Ex post facto law
d. Doctrine of assumption of the risk
e. Res ipsa loquitor

c. Ex post facto law

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39. Membership in a medical society is?

a. A privilege
b. Voluntary
c. Involuntary
d. A and B
e. A, B and C

d. A and B

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40. A morally upright medical fee is.

a. Simple contractual fee
b. Contingent fee
c. Dichotomous fee
d. retainers fee
e. all except C

a. Simple contractual fee

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41. Medical fee depending on the outcome of the treatment instituted.

a. Simple contractual d. retainer’s fee
b. Contingent fee
c. Dichotomous fee
d. Retainer's fee

b. Contingent fee

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42. If the patient died or became legally incapacitated to pay the medical fee, the last person to pay the fee

a. The spouse
b. The descendants
c. the ascendants
d. sisters
e. kin

d. sisters

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43. Defenses which may be put up by the party obliged to pay the medical bill when sued in the court except?

a. The defendant is not the person legally responsible to pay the medical services.
b. The physician is not duly qualified to practice medicine in the Philippines
c. The party obliged to pay is not in a financial capacity to pay the medical
fee demanded
d. The charges made by the physician is exorbitant but reasonable
e. None of the above

d. The charges made by the physician is exorbitant but reasonable

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44. Requisites of a valid consent.

a. Must be informed
b. The subject matter must be legal
c. Must be enlightened consent
d. Must be given by the patient voluntarily
e. All are correct

e. All are correct

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45. Instance/s when informed consent requires more disclosure of facts.

a. When the disclosure may cause emotional upset of the patient
b. When the procedure is known to be publicly safe
c. When the procedure is innovative
d. When the procedure does not entail much risk
e. All of the above

c. When the procedure is innovative

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46. If the patient is minor and the parents are not available to give consent, it can be obtained from the:

a. Sister of legal age
b. Grandfather
c. The hospital
d. uncle
e. eldest sibling

b. Grandfather

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47. Right/s of patient when confined in the hospital except.

a. Right to receive visitors
b. Right to be free from mechanical restraints
c. Right to be release as soon as the condition which justified his
hospitalization no longer exist
d. Restricted right of correspondence
e. None of the above

d. Restricted right of correspondence

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48. Negligence will be punishable under which liability/ies?

a. Civil
b. Criminal
c. Administrative
d. A and C
e. A, B and C

e. A, B and C

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49. Extravagant advertisement are?

a. Deceiving
b. Oversized
c. On signboards
d. derogatory
e. all

b. Oversized

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50. A petition for reconsideration or for rehearing shall be filed within ___ days after the receipt of the decision.

a. 15
b. 30
c. 45
d.60
e.90

b. 30