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Table 4 Reported incidence of distal forearm fractures in adults in different countries or areas

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

Population at risk Year Age (Years) Incidence
    Men Women
Skåne, Swedena 1999–2010 ≥ 17 150 399
Edinburgh, UKa [41] 2010–2011 ≥ 35 130 440
Denmarka [4] 2010 ≥ 20 153 530
Stockholm, Swedena [5] 2004–2010 ≥ 18 140 360
Oulu, Finlanda [16] 2008 ≥ 16 147 363
Netherlandsa [44] 2009 ≥ 18 100 298
Taiwana [21] 2007 ≥ 20 100 189
Reykjavik, Icelanda [17] 2004 ≥ 16 170 370
Northeastern Skåne, Swedena [22] 2001 ≥ 19 120 390
Taiwana [21] 2000 ≥ 20 81 123
Oslo, Norwaya [14] 1998–1999 ≥ 20 171 560
Dorset, UKa [18] 1996–1997 ≥ 25 105 359
Zaragoza, Spaina [39] 1998–1999 ≥ 15 223 380
Multicenter, UKa [43] 1997–1998 ≥ 35 90 368
Malmö, Swedena [13] 1991–1992 ≥ 20 113 461
Rochester, Minnesotab [15] 1985–1994 ≥ 35 114 421
Uppsala, Swedena [24] 1989–1990 ≥ 20 130 463
Rochester, Minnesotab [15] 1975–1984 ≥ 35 127 428
Hvidovre, Danmarka [45] 1976–1984 ≥ 20 c 397
Malmö, Swedenad [9] 1980–1981 ≥ 20 140 667
Hilleröd, Denmarka [11] 1981 ≥ 20 90 350
Oslo, Norwaya [40] 1979 ≥ 20 169 673
Rochester, Minnesotab [15] 1965–1974 ≥ 35 116 432
Rochester, Minnesotab [15] 1955–1964 ≥ 35 65 364
Dundee/Oxford, UKaf [41] 1954–1958 ≥ 35 81 313
Rochester, Minnesotab [15] 1945–1954 ≥ 35 65 393
Malmö, Swedenad [2] 1953–1957 ≥ 20 44 233
  1. Incidence per 100,000 py
  2. aCrude incidence
  3. bAge standardized incidence
  4. cNo male figures given
  5. dNumbers derived from Jónsson et al. [13]
  6. fNumbers derived from Court-Brown et al. [41]