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Table 5 Cases and age-standardized incidencea, by federal state, years of diagnosis 2009–2013, for all sarcomas

From: Strengthening health data on a rare and heterogeneous disease: sarcoma incidence and histological subtypes in Germany

Federal State All sarcoma
Men Women
n Incidence (95%-CI)a n Incidence (95%-CI)a
Bayern 2929 7.5 (7.3–7.8) 3253 7.3 (7.0–7.6)
Berlin 586 5.9 (5.4–6.4) 617 5.4 (5.0–5.9)
Brandenburg 545 6.6 (6.0–7.2) 643 6.7 (6.1–7.2)
Bremen 154 7.3 (6.1–8.5) 169 6.2 (5.1–7.2)
Hamburg 413 7.8 (7.0–8.6) 506 8.7 (7.9–9.5)
Hessen 1222 5.9 (5.6–6.3) 1276 5.5 (5.2–5.9)
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 349 6.2 (5.5–6.9) 422 6.6 (5.9–7.3)
Niedersachsen 1943 7.6 (7.3–8.0) 1903 6.5 (6.2–6.8)
Nordrhein-Westfalen 4238 7.8 (7.5–8.0) 4467 7.2 (7.0–7.4)
Rheinland-Pfalz 916 6.9 (6.4–7.3) 926 6.2 (5.8–6.7)
Saarland 253 7.4 (6.4–8.3) 272 6.6 (5.7–7.5)
Sachsen 1080 7.6 (7.1–8.0) 1162 6.9 (6.4–7.3)
Sachsen-Anhalt 451 5.5 (5.0–6.1) 491 5.2 (4.7–5.8)
Schleswig-Holstein 612 6.6 (6.0–7.1) 725 7.0 (6.5–7.6)
Thueringen 474 6.3 (5.7–6.9) 544 6.2 (5.6–6.8)
  1. CI Confidence interval
  2. aage-standardized incidence rates per 100,000 (European standard 1976)