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The Danish veterinary pathologist Bernhard Bang died June 2, 1932, in the eighty-fourth year of his life. Shortly before his death Professor Bang was asked to publish in the chief languages a selection of his most important scientific works, which had secured for him a world-wide reputation. The negotiation had not been completed when Professor Bang died. The present volume was edited by Professor Adsersen under the sponsorship of the Rask-Ørsted Foundation. The works included in the present selection of Professor Bang's extensive literary productions have been divided into three groups, in each of which they are arranged in chronological sequence. The first group comprises Bang's investigations on a series of important animal diseases (infectious abortion of cattle, actinomycosis, mastitis in cattle, infections caused by the bacillus of necrosis, endocarditis in swine, erysipelas, chronic bacterial enteritis in cattle, and abortion due to tuberculosis). The second group comprises Bang's investigations on
Bernhard Bang: Selected Works. JAMA. 1937;109(12):982. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780380066037
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