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Age-Adjusted and Age-Specific
Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis Mortality Rates
by Race and Sex
Michigan Residents, 1989-2012

All Races
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 234     3.7±0.5 759   26.4±1.9 144   22.3±3.6 1,137   9.8±0.6
2011 239     3.7±0.5 777   27.6±1.9 151   23.5±3.7 1,167   10.0±0.6
2010 250     3.9±0.5 728   26.4±1.9 152   23.8±3.8 1,130   9.9±0.6
2009 228     3.5±0.4 681   25.3±1.9 162   25.6±3.9 1,071   9.5±0.6
2008 246     3.7±0.5 669   25.5±1.9 165   26.1±4.0 1,080   9.7±0.6
2007 213     3.1±0.4 637   25.0±1.9 157   24.9±3.9 1,007   9.1±0.6
2006 225     3.2±0.4 595   24.0±1.9 160   25.5±4.0 980   9.1±0.6
2005 251     3.6±0.4 616   25.5±2.0 146   23.6±3.8 1,013   9.5±0.6
2004 228     3.2±0.4 577   24.5±2.0 167   27.2±4.1 972   9.2±0.6
2003 293     4.1±0.5 558   24.3±2.0 140   23.1±3.8 991   9.6±0.6
2002 280     3.9±0.5 548   24.4±2.0 147   24.6±4.0 975   9.6±0.6
2001 302     4.2±0.5 583   26.5±2.2 169   28.7±4.3 1,054   10.5±0.6
2000 316     4.4±0.5 551   25.6±2.1 163   28.1±4.3 1,030   10.4±0.6
1999 325     4.5±0.5 529   25.1±2.1 168   29.5±4.5 1,022   10.5±0.6
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 292     4.0±0.5 537   26.0±2.2 152   27.2±4.3 981   10.2±0.6
1997 318     4.4±0.5 507   25.0±2.2 141   25.8±4.3 966   10.1±0.6
1996 303     4.2±0.5 508   25.6±2.2 156   29.2±4.6 968   10.3±0.6
1995 317     4.4±0.5 546   27.7±2.3 137   26.4±4.4 1,002   10.8±0.7
1994 318     4.5±0.5 547   28.0±2.3 169   33.4±5.0 1,035   11.4±0.7
1993 320     4.5±0.5 539   27.9±2.4 147   29.7±4.8 1,006   11.2±0.7
1992 313     4.4±0.5 496   26.0±2.3 138   28.6±4.8 947   10.6±0.7
1991 314     4.5±0.5 585   31.0±2.5 161   34.4±5.3 1,060   12.2±0.7
1990 353     5.1±0.5 612   32.6±2.6 158   34.8±5.4 1,123   13.1±0.8
1989 355     5.1±0.5 660   35.2±2.7 155   35.0±5.5 1,170   13.7±0.8

All Races, Male
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 143     4.5±0.7 501   36.1±3.2 73   28.7±6.6 717   12.8±1.0
2011 155     4.8±0.8 524   38.5±3.3 77   30.6±6.8 756   13.5±1.0
2010 154     4.7±0.7 497   37.4±3.3 85   34.3±7.3 736   13.6±1.0
2009 148     4.5±0.7 456   35.1±3.2 83   34.0±7.3 687   12.8±1.0
2008 162     4.8±0.7 466   36.9±3.3 74   30.4±6.9 702   13.2±1.0
2007 142     4.1±0.7 426   34.6±3.3 93   38.5±7.8 661   12.7±1.0
2006 153     4.4±0.7 417   34.9±3.3 89   37.3±7.7 659   13.0±1.0
2005 164     4.6±0.7 426   36.6±3.5 67   28.5±6.8 657   13.0±1.0
2004 150     4.2±0.7 389   34.3±3.4 90   39.0±8.0 629   12.8±1.0
2003 207     5.7±0.8 383   34.7±3.5 60   26.4±6.7 650   13.3±1.0
2002 175     4.8±0.7 370   34.4±3.5 68   30.6±7.3 613   12.7±1.0
2001 198     5.4±0.8 390   37.1±3.7 78   36.0±8.0 666   14.1±1.1
2000 204     5.6±0.8 370   36.0±3.7 81   38.2±8.3 655   14.2±1.1
1999 236     6.5±0.8 335   33.4±3.6 81   39.2±8.5 652   14.4±1.1
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 208     5.7±0.8 368   37.5±3.8 72   35.7±8.3 648   14.4±1.1
1997 230     6.3±0.8 334   34.7±3.7 61   31.0±7.8 625   14.1±1.1
1996 230     6.3±0.8 322   34.4±3.8 75   39.3±8.9 627   14.5±1.1
1995 243     6.7±0.8 371   39.9±4.1 79   42.9±9.4 695   16.4±1.2
1994 221     6.2±0.8 367   40.0±4.1 86   48.0±10.1 675   16.2±1.2
1993 228     6.4±0.8 346   38.1±4.0 68   38.9±9.3 642   15.5±1.2
1992 215     6.1±0.8 337   37.8±4.0 72   42.4±9.8 624   15.3±1.2
1991 230     6.5±0.8 378   42.9±4.3 99   60.0±11.8 707   18.1±1.4
1990 246     7.1±0.9 393   45.0±4.4 72   45.1±10.4 711   18.2±1.4
1989 262     7.6±0.9 442   50.7±4.7 77   49.5±11.1 781   19.9±1.4

All Races, Female
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 91     2.9±0.6 258   17.4±2.1 71   18.1±4.2 420   7.0±0.7
2011 84     2.6±0.6 253   17.4±2.1 74   18.9±4.3 411   6.7±0.7
2010 96     3.0±0.6 231   16.2±2.1 67   17.2±4.1 394   6.7±0.7
2009 80     2.5±0.5 225   16.2±2.1 79   20.3±4.5 384   6.5±0.7
2008 84     2.5±0.5 203   15.0±2.1 91   23.4±4.8 378   6.4±0.7
2007 71     2.1±0.5 211   16.0±2.2 64   16.4±4.0 346   6.0±0.6
2006 72     2.1±0.5 178   13.9±2.0 71   18.3±4.3 321   5.6±0.6
2005 87     2.5±0.5 190   15.2±2.2 79   20.6±4.5 356   6.4±0.7
2004 78     2.2±0.5 188   15.4±2.2 77   20.2±4.5 343   6.1±0.7
2003 86     2.4±0.5 175   14.6±2.2 80   21.1±4.6 341   6.2±0.7
2002 105     3.0±0.6 178   15.2±2.2 79   21.0±4.6 362   6.7±0.7
2001 104     2.9±0.6 193   16.9±2.4 91   24.5±5.0 388   7.2±0.7
2000 112     3.1±0.6 181   16.1±2.3 82   22.3±4.8 375   7.0±0.7
1999 89     2.5±0.5 194   17.6±2.5 87   24.0±5.0 370   7.0±0.7
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 84     2.3±0.5 169   15.6±2.4 80   22.4±4.9 333   6.3±0.7
1997 88     2.4±0.5 173   16.2±2.4 80   22.8±5.0 341   6.6±0.7
1996 73     2.0±0.5 186   17.8±2.6 81   23.6±5.1 341   6.6±0.7
1995 74     2.1±0.5 175   16.8±2.5 58   17.3±4.5 307   6.0±0.7
1994 97     2.7±0.5 180   17.4±2.5 83   25.4±5.5 360   7.2±0.7
1993 92     2.6±0.5 193   18.8±2.7 79   24.7±5.4 364   7.4±0.8
1992 98     2.8±0.5 159   15.7±2.4 66   21.2±5.1 323   6.6±0.7
1991 84     2.4±0.5 207   20.6±2.8 62   20.4±5.1 353   7.4±0.8
1990 107     3.1±0.6 219   21.8±2.9 85   28.9±6.1 411   8.7±0.8
1989 93     2.7±0.5 218   21.8±2.9 77   26.9±6.0 388   8.4±0.8

White
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 203     4.1±0.6 642   26.1±2.0 133   23.1±3.9 978   9.9±0.6
2011 200     4.0±0.5 642   26.6±2.1 137   23.9±4.0 979   9.9±0.6
2010 206     4.0±0.6 604   25.6±2.0 139   24.4±4.1 949   9.8±0.6
2009 184     3.5±0.5 547   23.7±2.0 147   26.0±4.2 878   9.2±0.6
2008 210     4.0±0.5 559   24.9±2.1 153   27.0±4.3 922   9.7±0.6
2007 180     3.3±0.5 534   24.4±2.1 147   26.0±4.2 861   9.1±0.6
2006 185     3.4±0.5 491   23.0±2.0 150   26.7±4.3 826   8.9±0.6
2005 204     3.6±0.5 500   24.0±2.1 137   24.6±4.1 841   9.3±0.6
2004 186     3.3±0.5 463   22.8±2.1 156   28.3±4.4 805   8.9±0.6
2003 232     4.1±0.5 442   22.3±2.1 133   24.3±4.1 807   9.1±0.6
2002 227     3.9±0.5 426   22.0±2.1 139   25.8±4.3 792   9.0±0.6
2001 249     4.3±0.5 466   24.5±2.2 162   30.5±4.7 877   10.1±0.7
2000 236     4.0±0.5 429   23.0±2.2 156   29.9±4.7 821   9.6±0.7
1999 234     4.0±0.5 414   22.6±2.2 161   31.4±4.8 809   9.6±0.7
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 209     3.6±0.5 445   24.8±2.3 143   28.3±4.6 797   9.5±0.7
1997 219     3.7±0.5 405   22.9±2.2 133   26.9±4.6 757   9.1±0.7
1996 210     3.6±0.5 407   23.5±2.3 145   30.1±4.9 763   9.3±0.7
1995 218     3.7±0.5 425   24.7±2.3 128   27.3±4.7 772   9.5±0.7
1994 207     3.5±0.5 425   24.9±2.4 156   34.1±5.4 789   9.9±0.7
1993 199     3.4±0.5 431   25.4±2.4 134   30.0±5.1 764   9.7±0.7
1992 187     3.2±0.5 396   23.7±2.3 127   29.2±5.1 710   9.1±0.7
1991 199     3.4±0.5 472   28.5±2.6 153   36.2±5.7 824   10.8±0.7
1990 191     3.3±0.5 497   30.1±2.6 147   35.9±5.8 835   11.1±0.8
1989 178     3.1±0.5 533   32.3±2.7 144   36.1±5.9 855   11.4±0.8

White Male
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 120     4.7±0.8 424   35.3±3.4 67   29.3±7.0 611   12.8±1.0
2011 127     5.0±0.9 438   37.2±3.5 71   31.4±7.3 636   13.3±1.1
2010 129     5.0±0.9 407   35.3±3.4 77   34.5±7.7 613   13.2±1.1
2009 115     4.4±0.8 368   32.7±3.3 76   34.5±7.8 559   12.2±1.0
2008 138     5.1±0.9 388   35.4±3.5 72   32.8±7.6 598   13.1±1.1
2007 123     4.5±0.8 359   33.6±3.5 89   40.8±8.5 571   12.7±1.1
2006 130     4.6±0.8 349   33.6±3.5 86   39.9±8.4 565   12.9±1.1
2005 134     4.7±0.8 336   33.2±3.5 63   29.7±7.3 533   12.3±1.1
2004 124     4.3±0.8 321   32.5±3.6 83   39.8±8.6 528   12.4±1.1
2003 167     5.8±0.9 299   31.1±3.5 57   27.8±7.2 523   12.4±1.1
2002 150     5.1±0.8 282   30.0±3.5 63   31.4±7.8 495   11.9±1.1
2001 164     5.6±0.9 317   34.5±3.8 73   37.4±8.6 554   13.6±1.1
2000 159     5.4±0.8 286   31.8±3.7 77   40.3±9.0 522   13.1±1.1
1999 183     6.2±0.9 266   30.2±3.6 78   41.8±9.3 527   13.4±1.2
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 158     5.3±0.8 304   35.3±4.0 70   38.5±9.0 532   13.6±1.2
1997 160     5.4±0.8 265   31.3±3.8 59   33.3±8.5 484   12.6±1.1
1996 157     5.2±0.8 256   31.1±3.8 67   39.0±9.3 480   12.8±1.2
1995 177     5.9±0.9 274   33.5±4.0 75   45.1±10.2 527   14.3±1.2
1994 155     5.2±0.8 293   36.2±4.1 79   48.9±10.8 528   14.5±1.3
1993 145     4.9±0.8 273   34.1±4.0 60   38.1±9.6 478   13.2±1.2
1992 137     4.6±0.8 269   34.1±4.1 65   42.5±10.3 471   13.2±1.2
1991 152     5.2±0.8 304   39.0±4.4 94   63.3±12.8 550   16.2±1.4
1990 134     4.6±0.8 321   41.5±4.5 66   46.0±11.1 521   15.3±1.3
1989 125     4.3±0.8 359   46.5±4.8 74   53.0±12.1 558   16.3±1.4

White Female
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 83     3.4±0.7 218   17.3±2.3 66   19.0±4.6 367   7.3±0.8
2011 73     2.9±0.7 204   16.5±2.3 66   19.0±4.6 343   6.7±0.7
2010 77     3.1±0.7 197   16.3±2.3 62   17.9±4.5 336   6.7±0.7
2009 69     2.7±0.6 179   15.2±2.2 71   20.5±4.8 319   6.5±0.7
2008 72     2.8±0.6 171   14.8±2.2 81   23.3±5.1 324   6.5±0.7
2007 57     2.1±0.6 175   15.6±2.3 58   16.7±4.3 290   5.9±0.7
2006 55     2.0±0.5 142   13.0±2.1 64   18.4±4.5 261   5.3±0.7
2005 70     2.5±0.6 164   15.3±2.3 74   21.5±4.9 308   6.4±0.7
2004 62     2.2±0.6 142   13.6±2.2 73   21.3±4.9 277   5.7±0.7
2003 65     2.3±0.6 143   14.0±2.3 76   22.2±5.0 284   6.0±0.7
2002 77     2.7±0.6 144   14.4±2.3 76   22.5±5.1 297   6.4±0.7
2001 85     3.0±0.6 149   15.2±2.4 89   26.6±5.5 323   6.9±0.8
2000 77     2.7±0.6 143   14.8±2.4 79   23.8±5.3 299   6.5±0.7
1999 51     1.8±0.5 148   15.6±2.5 83   25.4±5.5 282   6.1±0.7
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 51     1.8±0.5 141   15.1±2.5 73   22.6±5.2 265   5.8±0.7
1997 59     2.0±0.5 140   15.2±2.5 74   23.4±5.3 273   6.0±0.7
1996 53     1.8±0.5 151   16.7±2.7 78   25.1±5.6 283   6.2±0.7
1995 41     1.4±0.4 151   16.7±2.7 53   17.5±4.7 245   5.4±0.7
1994 52     1.8±0.5 132   14.7±2.5 77   26.0±5.8 261   5.9±0.7
1993 54     1.9±0.5 158   17.7±2.8 74   25.5±5.8 286   6.6±0.8
1992 50     1.7±0.5 127   14.4±2.5 62   22.0±5.5 239   5.5±0.7
1991 47     1.6±0.5 168   19.1±2.9 59   21.5±5.5 274   6.5±0.8
1990 57     2.0±0.5 176   20.1±3.0 80   30.1±6.6 313   7.5±0.8
1989 53     1.9±0.5 174   19.8±2.9 69   26.6±6.3 296   7.2±0.8

Black
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 17     1.6±0.7 90   26.3±5.4 7   11.4±8.4 114   7.9±1.5
2011 29     2.7±1.0 116   34.5±6.3 11   18.0±10.7 156   10.6±1.7
2010 33     3.0±1.0 98   29.8±5.9 7   11.6±8.6 138   9.3±1.6
2009 26     2.4±0.9 101   31.6±6.2 6   10.1±8.1 133   9.4±1.6
2008 28     2.5±0.9 85   27.3±5.8 7   11.9±8.8 120   8.7±1.6
2007 24     2.1±0.8 80   26.4±5.8 5  

*

109   7.9±1.5
2006 28     2.4±0.9 80   27.2±6.0 6   10.4±8.3 114   8.6±1.6
2005 38     3.3±1.0 90   31.6±6.5 8   14.1±9.8 136   10.4±1.8
2004 34     2.9±1.0 90   32.6±6.7 8   14.2±9.9 132   10.1±1.7
2003 55     4.7±1.2 107   39.9±7.6 4  

*

166   12.8±2.0
2002 51     4.4±1.2 107   40.9±7.8 8   14.7±10.2 166   13.2±2.0
2001 48     4.1±1.2 110   43.2±8.1 7   13.0±9.7 165   13.5±2.1
2000 73     6.2±1.4 112   45.4±8.4 7   13.3±9.8 192   15.7±2.2
1999 89     7.6±1.6 107   44.7±8.5 6   11.5±9.2 202   17.0±2.4
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 78     6.7±1.5 84   36.1±7.7 7   13.7±10.1 169   14.7±2.2
1997 95     8.3±1.7 93   40.9±8.3 8   16.0±11.1 196   17.2±2.4
1996 88     7.7±1.6 94   42.3±8.5 9   18.4±12.0 191   17.0±2.4
1995 94     8.3±1.7 111   50.4±9.4 9   18.9±12.3 215   19.6±2.6
1994 107     9.6±1.8 114   52.5±9.6 11   23.6±14.0 232   21.5±2.8
1993 117     10.6±1.9 99   46.2±9.1 11   24.3±14.3 227   21.1±2.8
1992 121     11.1±2.0 89   41.9±8.7 10   22.5±14.0 220   20.8±2.8
1991 109     10.2±1.9 109   52.1±9.8 7   16.1±11.9 225   22.0±2.9
1990 154     14.6±2.3 109   52.4±9.8 10   23.7±14.7 273   26.9±3.2
1989 172     16.6±2.5 124   60.1±10.6 11   26.8±15.8 307   30.6±3.5

Black Male
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 11     2.1±1.2 58   37.9±9.7 3  

*

72   11.1±2.6
2011 20     3.7±1.6 76   50.5±11.4 5  

*

101   15.1±3.0
2010 18     3.3±1.5 67   45.4±10.9 3  

*

88   13.1±2.8
2009 18     3.3±1.5 66   46.2±11.1 5  

*

89   14.2±3.0
2008 17     3.1±1.5 58   41.7±10.7 1  

*

76   12.1±2.8
2007 13     2.3±1.3 55   40.7±10.8 3  

*

71   11.8±2.8
2006 16     2.9±1.4 55   42.0±11.1 2  

*

73   12.2±2.9
2005 23     4.1±1.7 66   52.0±12.5 4  

*

93   15.7±3.2
2004 21     3.7±1.6 53   43.1±11.6 6   29.5±23.6 80   13.7±3.1
2003 36     6.3±2.1 80   67.0±14.7 2  

*

118   20.2±3.7
2002 23     4.1±1.7 80   68.8±15.1 5  

*

108   19.4±3.7
2001 30     5.3±1.9 71   62.7±14.6 5  

*

106   19.8±3.8
2000 39     6.9±2.2 80   73.0±16.0 4  

*

123   22.9±4.2
1999 52     9.2±2.5 67   63.1±15.1 3  

*

122   22.9±4.1
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 49     8.8±2.5 60   58.1±14.7 2  

*

111   21.6±4.1
1997 67     12.1±2.9 64   63.4±15.5 2  

*

133   26.1±4.5
1996 71     12.9±3.0 62   62.8±15.6 6   33.8±27.1 139   27.7±4.7
1995 62     11.4±2.8 90   92.0±19.0 4  

*

157   32.4±5.2
1994 65     12.1±2.9 72   74.6±17.2 5  

*

142   29.7±5.0
1993 81     15.3±3.3 68   71.5±17.0 7   42.9±31.8 156   32.5±5.2
1992 74     14.2±3.2 60   63.9±16.2 6   37.4±29.9 140   29.8±5.0
1991 75     14.6±3.3 73   79.0±18.1 4  

*

152   33.2±5.4
1990 108     21.5±4.1 69   75.3±17.8 5  

*

182   40.5±6.0
1989 136     27.5±4.6 80   87.7±19.2 3  

*

219   48.1±6.5

Black Female
Year Age Under 50 Age 50 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 6     1.1±0.9 32   16.9±5.9 4  

*

42   5.4±1.7
2011 9     1.6±1.1 40   21.5±6.7 6   15.3±12.2 55   6.9±1.9
2010 15     2.7±1.4 31   17.1±6.0 4  

*

50   6.3±1.8
2009 8     1.4±1.0 35   19.8±6.6 1  

*

44   5.6±1.7
2008 11     1.9±1.1 27   15.7±5.9 6   15.9±12.7 44   5.9±1.8
2007 11     1.9±1.1 25   14.9±5.8 2  

*

38   4.9±1.6
2006 12     2.1±1.2 25   15.3±6.0 4  

*

41   5.7±1.7
2005 15     2.5±1.3 24   15.2±6.1 4  

*

43   5.9±1.8
2004 13     2.2±1.2 37   24.1±7.8 2  

*

52   7.3±2.0
2003 19     3.2±1.4 27   18.1±6.8 2  

*

48   6.8±1.9
2002 28     4.7±1.7 27   18.6±7.0 3  

*

58   8.3±2.1
2001 18     3.0±1.4 39   27.6±8.7 2  

*

59   8.6±2.2
2000 34     5.7±1.9 32   23.3±8.1 3  

*

69   10.1±2.4
1999 37     6.2±2.0 40   30.0±9.3 3  

*

80   12.2±2.7
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is lower (1.04), meaning that caution should be taken in drawing specific inferences from comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 29     4.9±1.8 24   18.5±7.4 5  

*

58   9.0±2.3
1997 28     4.7±1.7 29   22.9±8.3 6   18.8±15.0 63   9.9±2.5
1996 17     2.9±1.4 32   25.9±9.0 3  

*

52   8.5±2.3
1995 32     5.4±1.9 21   17.1±7.3 5  

*

58   9.6±2.5
1994 42     7.2±2.2 42   34.8±10.5 6   20.1±16.1 90   14.7±3.1
1993 36     6.3±2.0 31   26.0±9.1 4  

*

71   12.0±2.8
1992 47     8.3±2.4 29   24.5±8.9 4  

*

80   13.6±3.0
1991 34     6.1±2.0 36   30.8±10.1 3  

*

73   13.0±3.0
1990 46     8.4±2.4 40   34.4±10.7 5  

*

91   15.9±3.3
1989 36     6.6±2.2 44   38.2±11.3 8   30.7±21.3 88   16.3±3.5

 

Note: Rates are based on age-specific death rates per 100,000 population in specified group.  Computed by the direct method, using as the standard population the age distribution of the total population of the United States as projected for the year 2000.

The true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds of the interval with 95% statistical confidence.

The underlying cause of death is the condition giving rise to the chain of events leading to death. Between January 1, 1979 and December 31, 1998, the underlying causes of death were classified in accordance with the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9), a coding structure developed by the World Health Organization. Starting January 1, 1999, causes of death were classified using the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10). With each revision there are differences in classifying the underlying cause of death. Therefore, health statistics based on one revision are not directly comparable to the other revision without the use of comparability ratios.
(See "Comparability of cause of death between ICD–9 and ICD–10: Preliminary estimates." National vital statistics reports; vol 49 no. 2. Hyattsville, Maryland: National Center for Health Statistics. 2001. )


Before 1999, Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis deaths were classified with ICD-9 codes 571. Starting in 1999, Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis deaths were classified using ICD-10 codes K70,K73-K74.

Asterisk (*) indicates that data do not meet standards of reliability or precision.

Source: 1989-2012 Michigan Resident Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health. Population Estimate (latest update 9/2012), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories

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