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Bernhard Lauritz Frederik Bang - bibliography

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Biography

Danish veterinary and bacteriologist, born June 7, 1848, Sorø, Sjelland; died June 22, 1932, Fredriksberg, Copenhagen.

Bibliography

  • Luftcysten in der Wand des Ileum und im neugebildeten Gewebe auf der Serosa derselben.
    Nordiskt medicinskt Arkiv, Stockholm, vol. VIII, nr. 18, 1876.
  • Beobachtungen und Studien über tödliche Embolie und Thrombose der Lungenarterien.
    Thesis for the medical doctorate, Copenhagen, 1880.
    Danish: Iagttagelser og Studier over dødelig Embolie og Thrombose i Lungearterierne.
  • Den ondartede Lungesyge i Danmark 1881-1883.
  • Die Aktinomykose.
    Tidsskrift for Veterinærer, Copenhagen, 1883.
  • Undersøgelser over miltbrandagtig Rosen og dens Behandling med Jodkalium. 1889.
  • Mallein. (som Snivediagnosticum). 1892.
  • Nekrosebacillen.
    (Rendyrking av den og dens Paavisning ved forskellige Sygdomme). 1890.
  • Endocarditis hos Svin. 1889, 1891-1892.
  • Svinepest. 1892.
  • Yverbetændelse hos Kvæget. 1888.
  • Influenza hos Hesten. 1882.
  • Kronisk Lungebetændels hos Hesten. 1893.
  • Mund- og Klovsygens Optræden i 1896.
  • Kvægets kroniske, smitsomme Tarmbetændelse. 1906.

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