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TABLE III. Cases of specified notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending

January 23, 1988 and January 24, 1987 (3rd Week)

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171 675 614 980

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TABLE III. (Cont'd.) Cases of specified notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending

January 23, 1988 and January 24, 1987 (3rd Week)

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TABLE III. (Cont'd.) Cases of specified notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending

January 23, 1988 and January 24, 1987 (3rd Week)

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NEW ENGLAND 687 485 Boston, Mass.

173 112 Bridgeport, Conn. 38 31 Cambridge, Mass. 23 18 Fall River, Mass.

30 25 Hartford, Conn.

68 42 Lowell, Mass.

38 31 Lynn, Mass.

15 14 New Bedford, Mass. 21 16 New Haven, Conn. 50 34 Providence, R.I.

48 33 Somerville, Mass. 8 8 Springfield, Mass. 50 33 Waterbury, Conn. 39 27 Worcester, Mass. 86 61 MID. ATLANTIC 3,185 2,098 Albany, N.Y.

63 45 Allentown, Pa.

21 13 Buffalo, N.Y.S

103 75 Camden, N.J.

56 30 Elizabeth, N.J.

29 17 Erie, Pat

45 33 Jersey City, N.J. 56 35 N.Y. City, N.Y. 1,774 1,141 Newark, N.J.

98 43 Paterson, N.J.

40 18 Philadelphia, Pa. 398 283 Pittsburgh, Pat

87 61 Reading, Pa.

34 28 Rochester, N.Y. 123 96 Schenectady, N.Y. 36 30 Scranton, Pat

28 20 Syracuse, N.Y.

100 65 Trenton, N.J.

44 26 Utica, N.Y.

25 23 Yonkers, N.Y.

25 16 E.N. CENTRAL 2,367 1,569 Akron, Ohio

35 24 Canton, Ohio

36 28 Chicago, III.S

564 362 Cincinnati, Ohio 139 94 Cleveland, Ohio 175 109 Columbus, Ohio 80 41 Dayton, Ohio

115 Detroit, Mich.

232 139 Evansville, Ind.

57 44 Fort Wayne, Ind. 61 47 Gary, Ind.

15 10 Grand Rapids, Mich. 79 54 Indianapolis, Ind. 215 143 Madison, Wis.

41 25 Milwaukee, Wis. 161 107 Peoria, III.

57 Rockford, III.

51 37 South Bend, Ind. 74 57 Toledo, Ohio

116 85 Youngstown, Ohio 64 47 W.N. CENTRAL 876 600 Des Moines, Iowa 72 46 Duluth, Minn.

28 24 Kansas City, Kans. 38 26 Kansas City, Mo. 123 83 Lincoln, Nebr.

36 28 Minneapolis, Minn. 190 135 Omaha, Nebr.

88 62 St. Louis, Mo.

174 106 St. Paul, Minn.

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1,376 852 334 108 22 Atlanta, Ga.

184 104 45 18 3 Baltimore, Md.

260 163 76 11 3 Charlotte, N.C.

117 73 29 8 1 Jacksonville, Fla. 94 63 17 7 1 Miami, Fla.

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65 41 16 4 - Richmond, Va.

92 55 27 4 1 Savannah, Ga.

66 48 12 5 2 St. Petersburg, Fla. 86 72 8 3 2 Tampa, Fla.

72 39 21 5 Washington, D.C. 215 121 52 26 7 Wilmington, Del. 33 26 4 3 9 11 E.S. CENTRAL

772 522 153 63 Birmingham, Ala. 108 73 20 9 152 Chattanooga, Tenn. 96 68 19 4 2 Knoxville, Tenn.

116 81 23 8 : Louisville, Ky.

81 54 17 3 5 Memphis, Tenn. 112 79 22 9 1 Mobile, Ala.

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Montgomery, Ala. 31 23 5 2 4

Nashville, Tenn. 191 123 33 26 2 83

W.S. CENTRAL 1,407 902 300 113
Austin, Tex.

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Baton Rouge, La. 71 43 19 22 Corpus Christi, Tex. 46 28 5 7 1 Dallas, Tex.

230 139 48 24 1 El Paso, Tex.

69 49 14 3 18

Fort Worth, Tex 108 78 15 9
Houston, Tex. $ 308 176 74 34
Little Rock, Ark.

66 44 12 3 6 New Orleans, La. 113 65 29 10 1

San Antonio, Tex. 207 148 49 5
Shreveport, La.

33 21 8 3 Tulsa, Okla.

77 59 14 2 105 MOUNTAIN

724 499

133 45 Albuquerque, N. Mex. 94 66 14 10 2 Colo. Springs, Colo. 50 34 12 3 16 Denver, Colo.

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Las Vegas, Nev. 133 86 29 11 i Ogden, Utah

30 26 3 1 1 Phoenix, Ariz.

114 70 21 7 2 Pueblo, Colo.

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Salt Lake City, Utah 59 39 14 2 4 Tucson, Ariz.

104 73 17 7 4 PACIFIC

1,933 1,307 376 144 2 Berkeley, Calif.

17 12 3 1 10 Fresno, Calif.

67 43 11 5 1 Glendale, Calif.

19 16 2 1 4 Honolulu, Hawaii 76 50 17 5 10 Long Beach, Calif. 133 89 27 8 4 Los Angeles Calif. 441 287 87 34 5 Oakland, Calif.

62 37 16 7 7 Pasadena, Calif.

37 29 4 3 11 Portland, Oreg.

88 62 15 5 Sacramento, Calif. 151 107 31 11 58 San Diego, Calif. 135

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285 194 56 19 9 Spokane, Wash. 47 37 7 2 3 Tacoma, Wash.

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*Mortality data in this table are voluntarily reported from 121 cities in the United states, most of which have populations of 100,000 or more. A death is reported by the place of its occurrence and by the week that the death certificate was filed. Fetal deaths are not

included.
**Pneumonia and influenza.
Because of changes in reporting methods in these 3 Pennsylvania cities, these numbers are partial counts for the current week.

Complete counts will be available in 4 to 6 weeks.
It Total includes unknown ages.
Data not available. Figures are estimates based on average of past 4 weeks.

TABLE V. Estimated years of potential life lost (YPLL) before age 65* and cause. specific mortality, by cause of death - United States, 1986

YPLL for

YPLL for

Cause-Specific Cause of Mortality

Persons

Persons

Mortality, 1986* (ICD, 9th Revision)

Dying in 1985 Dying in 1986 (Rate/100,000) All Causes (Total)

11,858,619
12,054,242

870.8 Unintentional Injuries (E800-E949)

2,279,211
2,371,024

39.7 Malignant Neoplasms (140-208)

1,833,900
1,821,682

193.3 Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429)

1,576,689
1,534,607

318.7 Suicide/Homicide (E950-E978)

1,267,906
1,342,693

22.0 Congenital Anomalies (740-759)

678,058
651,523

5.1 Prematurity (765-769)

448,146
438,351

2.8 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (798)

342,818
313,555

2.0 Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome**

160,038
246,823

3.6 Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438)

250,593
232,583

61.3 Chronic Liver Diseases

and Cirrhosis
(571)

239,053
225,028

10.9 Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487)

169,881
166,389

29.2 Chronic Obstructive

Pulmonary Diseases
(490-496)

128,011
127,889

31.3 Diabetes Mellitus (250)

114,848
126,652

15.1 *For details of calculation, see MMWR Supplement, Premature Mortality in the United States, December 19, 1986, Vol. 35, No. 2S. Cause-specific mortality rates for 1986 were obtained from the National Center for Health Statistics, Monthly Vital Statistics Report (MVSR), Vol. 35, No. 13, August 24, 1987. Cause-specific deaths for 1985 were obtained from the MVSR, Vol. 36, No. 5, Supplement, August 28, 1987. Age-specific population estimates for 1985 and 1986 were obtained from the Bureau of the Census, Estimates of the Population of the United States by Age, Sex, and Race: 1980 to 1986, Series P-25, No. 1000. *Cause-specific mortality rates as reported in the National Center for Health Statistics' Monthly Vital Statistics Report are compiled from a 10% sample of all deaths. 'Equivalent to accidents and adverse effects. Category derived from disorders relating to short gestation and respiratory distress syndrome. **Reflects CDC surveillance data.

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