Age-Adjusted Liver Cirrhosis Mortality U.S. 1910-1996

The graph illustrates age-adjusted liver cirrhosis mortality in the U.S. 1910-1996. The vertical axis goes from zero to twenty-five percent and represents mortality percentage rates per 100,000. The following are visual approximations of the bar graph:

1910: 22% males; 11% females
1920: 11% males; 6% females
1930: 10.5% males; 7% females
1940: 11.5%; 5.5% females
1950: 11% males; 5% females
1960: 13% males; 7% females
1970: 29.25% males 9.75%
1975: 19% males; 9% females
1980: 17.40% males; 7.75% females
1985: 13.75 males; 6% females
1990: 12.75% males; 5.25% females
(con't)
1995: 11% males; 4.50% females
1996: 10.75% males; 4.50 females

[Source: Saadatmand, F., Stinson, F. S., Grant, B. F., & DuFour, M. C. (1999). Liver Cirrhosis Mortality in the United States, 1970-96. National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism Surveillance Report no. 52. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.]