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Tage Konrad Leopold Larsson - bibliography

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Swedish actuary, 1905-1998.


  • Tage Larsson:
    Reformen i Brännvinslagstiftningen 1853-1854 : Förhistorien. Stockholm : Eklund, 1945.
  • Torsten Sjøgren and Tage Larsson:
    Microphthalmos and anophthalmos with or without coincident oligophrenia : a clinical and genetic-statistical study.
    Acta psychiatrica et neurologica. Supplementum, Copenhagen, volume 56, 1949. 103 pages.
  • Tage Larsson and Torsten Sjögren:
    A methodological, psychiatric and statistical study of a large Swedish rural population.
    Acta psychiatrica et neurologica Scandinavica. Supplementum, Copenhagen, 1954, supplement 89. 250 pages.
  • Arthur Engel and Tage Larsson, editors:
    Alcoholic Cirrhosis and Other Toxic Hepatopathias.
    Symposium September 29 - October 1, 1969.
    Stockholm, Nordiska bokhandeln, 1970. 372 pages.
  • Albert Grönberg, Tage Larsson and Jan Jung:
    Diabetes in Sweden. A Clinico-Statistical, Epidemiological and Genetic Study of Hospital Patients.
    Stockholm. Distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell bokhandel. 1967.
  • K. G. T. Sjögren, T. K. Larsson:
    Oligophrenie in combination with congenital ichtyosis and spastic disorders. A clinical and genetic study.
    Acta psychiatrica et neurologica scandinavica. Supplementum, Copenhagen, 1957, 32, supplement 113: 9-105.
  • Jan Waldenström, Tage Larsson and Nils Ljungstedt, editors:
    Suicide And Attempted Suicide. Symposium September 28-30, 1971.
  • Jan Waldenström, Tage Larsson and Nils Ljungstedt, editors:
    Early phases of coronary heart disease. The possibility of prediction.
    7th Skandia International Symposium, Stockholm, September 19 - 21, 1972.
    Stockholm, Nordiska bokhandeln, 1973.

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