Birth Defects Cases by Leading Diagnostic Groups and by Birth Year Interval, Michigan

Table 3
Birth Defects Cases by Leading Diagnostic Groups and by Birth Year Interval
Michigan Resident Children 1997 through 2013
Three Year Moving Total Prevalence

Diagnostic Code Group Birth Year Interval
1997
to
1999
1998
to
2000
1999
to
2001
2000
to
2002
2001
to
2003
2002
to
2004
2003
to
2005
2004
to
2006
2005
to
2007
2006
to
2008
2007
to
2009
2008
to
2010
2009
to
2011
2010
to
2012
2011
to
2013
Heart & Circulatory System 6,959   7,109   7,418   7,678   7,868   8,082   8,273   8,637   8,508   8,272   7,515   6,991   6,580   6,743   6,728  
Congenital Anomalies 6,141   6,208   6,502   6,796   7,053   7,341   7,575   7,922   7,745   7,493   6,764   6,287   5,915   6,036   5,997  
Other Conditions 1,526   1,635   1,556   1,434   1,334   1,246   1,189   1,251   1,333   1,377   1,278   1,237   1,176   1,293   1,241  
Musculoskeletal System 5,128   5,577   6,186   6,648   6,689   6,403   6,376   6,695   7,018   6,420   5,350   4,790   5,037   5,976   6,519  
Congenital Anomalies 5,120   5,572   6,181   6,643   6,680   6,394   6,369   6,692   7,013   6,415   5,346   4,788   5,032   5,970   6,513  
Other Conditions 10   7   7   6   11   11   9   3   5   5   5   4   8   9   8  
Genital & Urinary Systems 4,634   5,191   5,631   5,824   5,622   5,597   5,717   5,877   5,805   5,306   4,498   3,868   3,926   4,298   4,637  
Congenital Anomalies 4,597   5,158   5,594   5,788   5,585   5,561   5,677   5,837   5,770   5,283   4,484   3,853   3,902   4,271   4,612  
Other Conditions 64   58   63   73   84   99   103   103   79   63   56   65   74   73   65  
Gastrointestinal System 4,399   4,521   4,752   4,788   4,597   4,300   4,214   4,313   4,272   4,141   3,711   3,395   3,176   3,300   3,363  
Congenital Anomalies 2,122   2,223   2,336   2,372   2,255   2,120   2,026   2,168   2,167   2,171   1,986   1,818   1,675   1,622   1,606  
Other Conditions 2,529   2,570   2,681   2,685   2,596   2,434   2,443   2,426   2,395   2,262   1,976   1,805   1,698   1,891   1,961  
Eye 2,850   3,021   3,141   3,092   3,033   3,019   3,050   3,031   2,983   2,793   2,521   2,202   2,065   1,994   1,936  
Congenital Anomalies 951   1,066   1,109   1,140   1,143   1,133   1,112   1,039   983   918   881   825   817   786   810  
Other Conditions 2,045   2,125   2,213   2,146   2,096   2,082   2,121   2,148   2,156   2,023   1,786   1,506   1,381   1,332   1,257  
Central Nervous System 2,039   2,145   2,297   2,318   2,317   2,328   2,343   2,397   2,306   2,223   2,026   1,926   1,852   1,859   1,820  
Congenital Anomalies 1,259   1,344   1,474   1,539   1,550   1,580   1,596   1,657   1,600   1,534   1,403   1,332   1,278   1,278   1,259  
Other Conditions 1,050   1,098   1,137   1,100   1,054   1,046   1,048   1,085   1,042   986   868   794   799   797   772  
Maternal Exposures 302   384   454   476   420   404   433   491   504   544   572   669   842   1,105   1,347  
Integument Anomalies 869   858   905   908   905   1,048   1,360   2,324   2,356   3,082   3,009   3,382   3,092   2,700   3,385  
Respiratory
System Anomalies
1,111   1,321   1,574   1,767   1,988   2,056   2,186   2,468   2,657   2,393   1,741   1,332   1,316   1,458   1,430  
Other
Reportable Conditions
4,126   4,787   5,738   6,403   6,568   6,261   6,235   6,013   5,667   5,136   4,646   6,303   8,233   10,535   11,069  
One or More
Reportable Conditions
25,317   27,274   29,608   30,847   30,472   29,761   30,547   32,437   32,463   31,020   27,371   27,149   28,226   31,582   33,825  
  
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Notes:
Frequencies include all children reported with a birth defect who were born in Michigan and whose mother was a resident of Michigan at the time of birth. This enables the calculation of birth defects prevalence rates. Diagnoses are coded using the 9th revision to the International Classification of Diseases - ICD 9 CM.  Diagnostic Code Groupings used for congenital anomaly codes are as used by the Centers for Disease Control. (See Birth Defect Groups and ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Codes for the codes used to categorize birth defects.)
Conditions are reportable if identified within the first two years of a child's life. The frequencies at one year and at two years serve to indicate the time from the birth of the child to the diagnosis of the condition. Birth defect statistics sometimes reflect trends related to data reporting or new testing. See Data Quality Considerations for further details.
Source: Michigan Birth Defects Registry, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
Reports Processed through January 10, 2016

Last Updated on August 1, 2016