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Ludo Van Bogaert - bibliography

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Belgian neuropathologist, born May 25, 1897, Antwerp; died March 4, 1989, Antwerp.


  • L. Van Bogaert, J. Radermecker, J. Hozay, A. Lowenthal, editors:
    Encephalitides. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1961.
  • P. Castan, Ludo Van Bogaert, Paul Valéry:
    Rencontres Neurologiques et Humanistes. 1990: 1-19.
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    Ludo Van Bogaert ( 1897-1989). In: The Person Behind the Syndrome. The Parthenon Publishing Group, London, 1997. Pp. 170-171.
  • Armand Lowenthal:
    Ludo Van Bogaert ( 1897-1989). Journal of Medical Biography, 1998, 6: 200-2002.

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