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Table 7 Routine data: characteristics of children and adolescents with special mental health problems according to ICD-10 in 2006, by sex and age

From: How often do German children and adolescents show signs of common mental health problems? Results from different methodological approaches – a cross-sectional study

Routine data Male Female   
Diagnosis**   
     Depressive episode (F32/ F33) 0.7% [0.7-0.8]* 1.1% [1.0-1.2]
     Anxiety (F40/F41/F93.0/F93.1/F93.2/F93.8/F93.9) 3.1% [3.0-3.2] 3.1% [3.0-3.2]
     Conduct disorder (F91) 2.0% [1.9-2.1]* 0.9% [0.8-0.9]
7-10 years   
     Depressive episode (F32/ F33) 0.4% [0.3-0.5] 0.4% [0.3-0.5]
     Anxiety (F40/F41/F93.0/F93.1/F93.2/F93.8/F93.9) 4.2% [4.0-4.4]* 3.5% [3.3-3.6]
     Conduct disorder (F91) 2.8% [2.7-3.3]* 1.2% [1.1-1.3]
11-17 years   
     Depressive episode (F32/ F33) 0.9% [0.8-0.9]* 1.5% [1.4-1.6]
     Anxiety (F40/F41/F93.0/F93.1/F93.2/F93.8/F93.9) 2.5% [2.4-2.7]* 3.0% [2.9-3.1]
     Conduct disorder (F91) 1.5% [1.4-1.6]* 0.7% [0.6-0.8]
  1. *P < 0.05 **some children received more than one of these diagnoses.