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Table 1 Cervical cancer deaths (original and corrected): Spain,1981-2012

From: The end of the decline in cervical cancer mortality in Spain: trends across the period 1981–2012

  Cervical cancer deaths (C53) All uterine cancer deaths (C53-C55) U-NOSadeaths (C55)
  Original Corrected N N % of all deaths % recoded as cervical cancer (C53)
N N
Total 16669 26699 59899 22762 38% 44%
Period       
1981-1985 1760 4954 9400 6392 68% 50%
1986-1990 2314 4611 9082 4813 53% 47%
1991-1995 2624 4201 9038 3525 39% 45%
1996-2000 2749 3783 8928 2500 28% 41%
2001-2005 2741 3526 9000 2160 24% 36%
2006-2010 3139 3953 9992 2198 22% 37%
2011-2012 1342 1669 4459 936 21% 35%
Age group       
<45 years 2541 3339 3704 926 25% 88%
45 to 64 years 6471 10081 17279 6220 36% 57%
> = 65 years 7657 13279 38916 15566 40% 37%
Geographical area     
Northern region       
Galicia 1401 2368 4982 2142 43% 45%
Asturias 605 921 2173 717 33% 44%
Cantabria 243 360 860 267 31% 44%
Basque Country 710 1160 2852 1027 36% 44%
Navarre 131 248 719 288 40% 41%
Central Region     
Castile & Leon 852 1497 3647 1459 40% 44%
Castile-La Mancha 557 1035 2560 1075 42% 44%
Extremadura 274 583 1462 702 48% 44%
Madrid 1906 2728 6011 1863 31% 45%
Aragon 369 746 1975 869 44% 43%
La Rioja 77 144 395 150 38% 45%
Mediterranean & Southern region     
Catalonia 2776 4254 9612 3364 35% 44%
Valencian Region 1765 2897 6532 2547 39% 44%
Murcia 438 718 1624 617 38% 45%
Andalusia 2963 4892 10402 4265 41% 45%
Balearic & Canary Islands     
Balearic Islands 546 769 1465 498 34% 45%
Canary Islands 976 1260 2432 632 26% 45%
Autonomous City enclaves (North Africa )     
Ceuta 40 61 101 45 45% 47%
Melilla 40 58 95 32 34% 55%
  1. aNOS: not otherwise specified.