Morten Ansgar Kveim
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Morten Ansgar Kveim (27 December 1892, Gjerstad – 24 March 1966) was a Norwegian pathologist remembered for describing the Kveim test. Starting in philology, he qualified in medicine in 1925, and worked in a number of small towns in Norway. After 1929 he worked in the department of diseases of the skin in the Rikshospitalet in Oslo, becoming assistant physician in 1936.
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