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Table 2 Incidence rates per 100,000 person-years among patients diagnosed with cirrhosis in Halland, 2011–2018

From: Incidence, aetiology and related comorbidities of cirrhosis: a Swedish population-based cohort study

 OverallMaleFemale
Annual crude incidence (95% CI)23.8 (21.9–25.8)30.3 (27.3–33.5)17.3 (15.1–19.8)
Case-restricted annual crude incidence (95% CI)23.2 (21.3–25.1)29.3 (26.4–32.5)17.0 (14.8–19.4)
Annual crude incidence among adults (95% CI)30.2 (27.8–32.7)38.8 (35.0–42.9)21.8 (19.0–24.9)
Case-restricted annual crude incidence among adults (95% CI)29.4 (27.1–31.9)37.6 (33.8–41.6)21.4 (18.6–24.5)
ASIR, 2013 ESP (95% CI)23.2 (21.3–25.1)30.5 (27.5–33.8)16.4 (14.3–18.7)
Case-restricted ASIR, 2013 ESP (95% CI)22.5 (20.7–24.5)29.5 (26.5–32.7)15.9 (13.8–18.2)
ASIR, 1976 ESP (95% CI)17.1 (15.7–18.6)22.6 (20.3–25.1)11.9 (10.2–13.6)
Case-restricted ASIR, 1976 ESP (95% CI)16.9 (15.3–18.2)21.9 (19.7–24.4)11.6 (10.0–13.4)
  1. ASIR Age-standardized incidence rate, CI Confidence Interval, ESP European Standard Population. Adult: age > 18 years old. Case-restricted: 16 patients excluded due to the lack of previous history of liver disease during lifetime but cirrhosis found at autopsy