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Table 1 Lips, Oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer incidence rates for Australian for major sites from 1982–2008 by sex

From: Trends of lip, oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers in Australia 1982–2008: overall good news but with rising rates in the oropharynx

Site Sex Year 1982 Year 2008 Joinpoint analysis (1982–2008)
     Trend 1 Trend 2 AAPC
   ASI (n) ASI (n) Period APC Period   1999-2008
Lip Oral cavity and Oropharynx ICD10 C00-06,C09,C10, and C14 Male 13.67 (1139) 11.01 (1709) 1982-1992 0.9 1992-2008 −1.6* −1.6*
Female 4.06 (343) 4.07 (756) 1982-1997 2.0* 1997-2008 −2.8* −2.8*
Both sexes 8.34 (1482) 7.47 (2465) 1982-1992 1.6* 1992-2008 −1.4* −1.4*
Lip and Oral cavity ICD10, C00-C06, (Excluding C01) Male 10.84 (904) 7.04 (1107) 1982-1994 0.5 1994-2008 −3.1* −3.1*
Female 3.27 (277) 3.06 (584) 1982-1996 2.3* 1996-2008 −3.0* −3.0*
Both sexes 6.62 (1181) 5.01 (1691) 1982-1995 0.9* 1995-2008 −2.8* −2.8*
“Oropharynx” ICD10; C01, C05.1, C05.2, C09.07, C091.1, C09.8, C09.9, C10 and C14 Male 2.83 (235) 3.97 (602) 1982-2008 1.2*    1.2*
Female 0.79 (66) 1.01 (172) 1982-2008 0.8*    0.8*
  Both sexes 1.72 (301) 2.46 (774) 1982-2008 1.2*    1.2*
  1. Abbreviations
  2. APC, Annual Percent Change, AAPC, Average Annual Percent Change.
  3. *The Annual Percent Change (APC) is significantly different from zero at alpha = 0.05.
  4. *The Average Annual Percent Change (AAPC) is significantly different from zero at alpha = 0.05.