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Table 2 Incident anogenital and oropharyngeal cancer cases and estimation of HPV-attributable cancer in Germany, 2013

From: Cancer incidence in Germany attributable to human papillomavirus in 2013

Cancer site Incident cases independent of morphology Incident cases of HPV-associated morphology (Proportion estimated)a HPV-attributable fraction PAF Reference Estimated HPV-attributable incident cases (Proportion of overall anogenital and oropharyngeal cancer)
Cervix 4458 4422 (7.1%) 100% [1] 4422 (70.9%)
Vulva 3015 2596 (4.0%) 18% [11] 467 (7.5%)
Vagina 386 275 (9.6%) 81% [13] 223 (3.6%)
Female anus 1142 1030 (5.0%) 90% [14] 927 (14.9%)
Female oropharynx 1371 1249 (7.5%) 16% [15] 200 (3.2%)
Female overall anogenital & oropharynx 10,372 9573 (6.1%)    6239 (100%)
Penis 757 704 (6.3%) 32% [12] 225 (16.6%)
Male anus 653 564 (3.9%) 88% [14] 496 (36.5%)
Male oropharynx 4154 3978 (5.8%) 16% [15] 636 (46.9%)
Male overall anogenital & oropharynx 5564 5246 (5.7%)    1358 (100%)
  1. a proportion of estimated cases with HPV-associated morphology that were not coded as such, but redistributed from cases of not otherwise specified morphology