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Table 1 Measles notifications for Italy by region.

From: Heterogeneity in regional notification patterns and its impact on aggregate national case notification data: the example of measles in Italy

   1949–76 1977–86 1987–96
Piemonte   89.7 93.0 93.6
  Turin 63.5 81.5 -
  Excl. Turin 116.9 107.0 -
Valle D'aosta   94.2 45.8 30.1
Lombardia   86.3 103.2 89.4
  Milan 63.5 94.5 -
  Excl. Milan 102.0 109.8 -
Trentino A.A.   70.9 94.6 114.7
Veneto   72.3 86.0 89.4
Friuli Venezia G.   168.0 229.0 147.7
Liguria   134.4 134.5 67.7
Emilia Romana   209.3 221.3 92.3
Toscana   116.8 147.1 99.6
Umbria   129.7 99.4 58.9
Marche   113.6 127.9 87.7
Lazio   77.2 56.4 36.0
  Rome 82.4 61.9 -
  Excl. Rome 65.2 43.6 -
Abruzzo   80.1 61.0 53.3
Molise   83.0 76.4 85.6
Campania   22.6 11.6 22.8
  Naples 16.0 7.1 -
  Excl. Naples 30.4 17.5 -
Puglia   28.3 33.7 46.3
Basilicata   48.5 45.3 51.3
Calabria   33.7 15.6 14.8
Sicilia   28.3 13.1 27.2
Sardegna   57.3 39.9 23.5
  NORTH 108.9 123.1 76.9
  CENTRE 88.2 71.9 41.7
  SOUTH 30.4 20.2 34.0
  ITALY 72.6 69.7 56.0
England & Wales   572.6 (1949–66)   22.5 (1989–96)
  1. Mean number of notifications of measles cases 1000 live births-1 for the specified period for Italy by region (from north to south), broad geographic region (North, Central, South (see Fig 4) and for England & Wales. Specific data is not available for the major cities: Milan in Lombardia, Turin in Piemonte, Rome in Lazio, and Naples in Campania; these are represented by their provinces (the major part of whose populations are found in these cities) with, additionally, mean figures for the 4 regions concerned excluding these provinces.