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Table 3 Average annual age-standardized incidence by kind of leukemia and immunophenotype in boroughs of Mexico City (2006-2007)

From: Childhood acute leukemias are frequent in Mexico City: descriptive epidemiology

Boroughs of Mexico City   Leukemia type    Immunophenotype    
   ALL   AML   T-Cell   Pre-B Cell  
  MHDI† (n) SAAIR* (n) SAAIR* (n) SAAIR* (n) SAAIR*
Alvaro Obregón 0.8719 8 23.0 2 5.0 1 2.5 6 17.1
Azcapotzalco 0.8915 5 29.4 3 16.5 3 17.4 2 12.0
Benito Juarez 0.9509 5 48.3 0 0 0 0 4 38.9
Coyoacan 0.9169 14 59.6 2 8.7 1 4.8 12 50.0
Cuajimalpa de Morelos 0.8994 3 30.1 0 0 0 0 3 30.1
Cuauhtémoc 0.8921 16 87.7 1 5.0 2 11.6 8 44.0
Gustavo A. Madero 0.8700 34 62.7 2 3.0 6 11.0 24 43.8
Iztacalco 0.8765 8 48.6 0 0 1 6.7 5 28.4
Iztapalapa 0.8463 45 47.0 10 10.9 4 4.6 33 33.7
La Magdalena Contreras 0.8558 6 54.3 0 0 0 0 6 54.3
Miguel Hidalgo 0.9188 6 43.7 2 14.1 1 6.6 5 37.1
Milpa Alta 0.7983 4 61.5 1 16.5 0 0 4 61.5
Tláhuac 0.8473 10 54.8 0 0 2 11.8 6 31.8
Tlalpan 0.8791 9 31.2 2 5.9 0 0 9 31.2
Venustiano Carranza 0.8740 12 63.7 3 14.7 1 6.2 8 41.4
Xochimilco 0.8481 9 48.4 0 0 2 9.4 7 39.1
   194 49.47 28 6.76 24 6.26 142 35.80
  1. SAAIR: standardized average annual incidence rate; ALL: acute lymphoid leukemia; AML: acute myeloid leukemia; CML: chronic myeloid leukemia; UL: unspecified leukemia; Pre B: Precursor B cell. *Expressed per million children. MHDI: Municipal Human Development Index for Mexico 2005 [18].