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Table 3 Incidence of distal radius fractures per 10,000 persons in the region of Northeastern Scania, Sweden, during 2001, grouped according to AO type and age group

From: Incidence and characteristics of distal radius fractures in a southern Swedish region

   19–49 years 50–79 years 80- years  
  AO type n Incidence (95% CI) n Incidence (95% CI) n Incidence (95% CI) p-value*
Women Type A 21 6.7 (4.1–10.2) 125 44 (37–53) 59 94 (71–121) <0.001
  Type B 1 0.3 (0–1.8) 7 2.5 (1.0–5.1) 1 1.6 (0–8.9) 0.12
  Type C 4 1.3 (0.3–3.2) 21 7.5 (4.6–11) 13 21 (11–35) <0.001
  Non-classifiable 2   1   0   
  Data missing 0   4   2   
Men Type A 18 5.5 (3.3–8.7) 22 8.2 (5.1–12.4) 7 19.8 (8.0–41) 0.01
  Type B 5 1.5 (0.5–3.6) 3 1.1 (0.2–3.3) 0 0 (0–10.4) 0.56
  Type C 4 1.2 (0.3–3.1) 8 3.0 (1.3–5.9) 3 8.5 (1.8–25) 0.02
  Non-classifiable 1   1   0   
  Data missing 0   2   0   
  1. * comparing incidence rates among the three age groups