Table 1. Age-adjusted death rates1 from liver cirrhosis by sex
(death registration States, 1910–1932, and United States, 1933–2005).
Year Both sexes Males Females
2005 9.2 12.6 6.0
2004 9.2 12.7 6.0
2003 9.5 13.2 6.2
2002 9.6 13.1 6.4
2001 9.7 13.3 6.4
2000 9.7 13.5 6.3
1999 9.8 13.8 6.2
1998 9.4 13.3 6.0
1997 9.6 13.5 6.1
1996 9.7 13.8 6.1
1995 9.9 14.3 6.2
1994 10.2 14.5 6.4
1993 10.3 14.6 6.6
1992 10.5 15.1 6.5
1991 10.8 15.2 7.0
1990 11.1 15.8 7.1
1989 11.7 16.7 7.4
1988 11.7 16.8 7.4
1987 11.8 16.9 7.4
1986 11.9 16.8 7.7
1985 12.3 17.5 8.0
1984 12.7 18.1 8.3
1983 12.9 18.2 8.4
1982 13.3 18.9 8.6
1981 14.3 20.3 9.3
1980 15.1 21.4 9.9
1979 14.9 21.2 9.6
1978 15.3 21.8 9.8
1977 15.9 22.6 10.2
1976 16.5 23.4 10.5
1975 16.7 23.9 10.7
1974 17.9 25.3 11.6
1973 18.1 25.5 11.8
19722 18.0 25.5 11.6
1971 17.8 24.8 11.8
1970 17.8 24.8 11.8
1969 17.0 23.8 11.4
1968 16.8 23.3 11.5
1967 16.2 22.4 11.0
1966 15.8 22.0 10.6
1965 14.8 20.5 10.1
1964 14.1 19.4 9.6
1963 13.9 18.8 9.4
1962 13.7 18.8 9.0
1961 13.2 18.3 8.8
1960 13.2 18.5 8.7
1959 12.8 17.6 8.6
1958 12.7 17.5 8.3
1957 13.3 18.5 8.7
1956 12.7 17.2 8.7
1955 12.1 16.6 8.2
1954 12.0 16.4 8.0
1953 12.4 16.7 8.5
1952 12.2 16.8 8.0
1951 11.9 16.0 8.3
1950 11.2 15.0 7.9
1949 11.2 15.2 7.7
1948 14.2 19.1 9.8
1947 13.2 17.4 9.4
1946 12.2 16.2 8.5
1945 11.7 15.4 8.3
1944 11.2 14.3 8.0
1943 12.2 15.8 8.8
1942 12.4 16.5 8.6
1941 12.1 16.0 8.5
1940 11.9 15.8 8.2
1939 11.9 15.7 8.3
1938 12.1 15.7 8.5
1937 12.4 16.2 8.9
1936 12.4 16.3 8.7
1935 12.1 16.0 8.4
1934 11.9 15.3 8.6
19333 11.8 14.6 9.0
1932 11.5 14.6 8.6
1931 12.0 15.3 8.9
1930 11.8 14.8 9.0
1929 12.0 14.9 9.1
1928 12.7 16.2 9.3
1927 12.8 16.2 9.6
1926 12.7 15.9 9.6
1925 13.0 16.1 10.0
1924 13.0 16.5 9.5
1923 13.3 16.9 9.8
1922 14.0 17.6 10.6
1921 13.7 17.0 10.7
1920 13.3 16.7 10.1
1919 14.5 18.5 10.5
1918 16.4 21.3 11.6
1917 18.9
1916 20.0 26.2 13.8
1915 20.4 26.6 14.3
1914 21.1 27.6 14.5
1913 21.6
1912 22.0
1911 23.0
1910 22.1

— Because there was no information available on deaths by sex for 1910–1913 and 1917, age-adjusted death rates for males and females based on the year 2000 standard population were not calculated for those years.
1 Rates per 100,000 population computed by the direct standardization method, using the Year 2000 total population of the United States as the standard age distribution.
2 Deaths based on a 50-percent sample.
3 Reporting States increased from 10 States and the District of Columbia in 1900 to the entire contiguous United States in 1933.

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