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Table 1 Population at risk, number of fractures and overall wrist fracture incidence

From: Epidemiology and time trends of distal forearm fractures in adults - a study of 11.2 million person-years in Sweden

Age stratum (years) Men Women
At risk Fractures Incidence At risk Fractures Incidence
≥ 17 5,478,970 8217 150 5,762,155 23,016 399
17–64 4,412,748 6045 137 4,342,588 9007 207
≥ 65 1,066,222 2172 204 1,419,567 14,009 987
17–49 3,081,881 4106 133 3,016,896 3425 114
≥ 50 2,397,089 4111 171 2,745,259 19,591 714
17–19 264,337 781 295 255,140 343 134
20–29 897,345 1152 128 889,840 835 94
30–39 983,138 946 96 951,017 954 100
40–49 937,061 1227 131 915,592 1293 141
50–59 920,560 1287 140 916,685 3201 349
60–69 734,078 1117 152 757,112 4699 621
70–79 476,240 843 177 588,380 5269 896
80–89 235,815 717 304 399,501 4989 1249
≥90 30,398 147 484 88,891 1433 1612
  1. Different age-strata (years) and incidence per 100,000 py during 1999–2010 in the Skåne region, Sweden