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, in east jutland. the second-largest city in denmark.

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  • in contrast to the situation in poland, the population of denmark surrendered to the germans shortly after the april 1940 invasion. despite the fact that soe dropped agents into denmark as early as december 1942, the germans took complete control of the danish government by august of the following year. an interesting side story in this chapter is the royal air force raid, suggested by the danish resistance, to destroy gestapo records in a building at aarhus university, reasoning that if the records were destroyed, the gestapo would not know whom to arrest, enabling the resistance to operate more effectively. cia.gov

  • the study's lead author, ole köhler-forsberg, md, a neuroscientist at aarhus university hospital in denmark, stressed, however, that only 4 percent of all the participants were diagnosed with a mental disorder. while infections may be correlated with a risk of mental disorders, he said, “this does not indicate a causal relationship.” everydayhealth.com

  • "more and more women are given antidepressant medication while they are pregnant. and an increasing number of children are diagnosed with autism. this has given rise to concern over a possible connection," study author jakob christensen, a researcher at aarhus university and staff specialist at aarhus university hospital, said in a university news release. medicinenet.com

  • berit dalsgaard nielsen, md, a rheumatologist at the aarhus university hospital in aarhus, denmark, said cranial gca patients often present with symptoms such as headache, jaw claudication, and visual disturbances. but she said large vessel gca rarely displays these symptoms and often presents with constitutional symptoms that mimic infection and cancer. medpagetoday.com

  • martin bødtker mortensen, ph.d., del hospital universitario de aarhus, y el dr. børge grønne nordestgaard, de la universidad de copenhague, ambos en dinamarca, examinaron la asociación entre el colesterol ldl elevado y el infarto de miocardio y la ecvae en personas de 20 a 100 años. los investigadores hallaron que, para la población general, el riesgo de infarto de miocardio se incrementó por cada aumento de 1,0 mmol/l en el colesterol ldl (cociente de riesgos instantáneos, 1,34) y se amplificó para todos los grupos de edad, especialmente para los de 70 a 100 años de edad. por cada aumento de 1,0 mmol/l en el colesterol ldl, el riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular aterosclerótica aumentó en general (cociente de riesgos instantáneos, 1,16) y en todos los grupos de edad, especialmente en los pacientes de 70 a 100 años. merckmanuals.com