|Contribution||With Boeck, published landmark treatise on leprosy.|
|Notes||It made Bergen (Norway) an international center for the study of the disease. Clinical and pathological aspects were described, and the disease was considered to be the result of a non-specific hereditary dysfunction of the blood. Danielssen continued in this view even after the subsequent microbiological findings of his subordinate Hansen and of Neisser; see 1874 and 1879. (Unpublished essay by P. F. Mange.)|
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