Table 1

Incidence of anal, penile, vaginal and vulvar cancer and precancerous lesions
Gender Year No. of cases Mean age (years) Medi-an age (years) Min. age (years) Max. age (years)
Anal cancer (ICD10 code: C21) Male 2004 27 61 59 33 89
Female 2004 64 68 68 34 97
Male 2005 25 62 64 35 85
Female 2005 63 62 61 33 92
Male 2006 48 59 59 18 93
Female 2006 74 63 59 40 97
Male 2007 42 64 62 37 91
Female 2007 75 59 57 33 93
Average no. cases 2004-2007 105 62
Incidence per 100,000 persons 1.9
Incidence per 100,000 males 1.3
Incidence per 100,000 females 2.6
% of patients under 65 years 60.5%
Anal precancerous lesions, average no. of cases/year 242 52 - - -
Penile cancer (ICD10 code: C60) Male 2004 39 67 66 40 93
2005 47 68 66 38 88
2006 46 67 66 25 94
2007 55 68 69 40 93
Average no. cases 2004-2007 47 67
Incidence per 100,000 males 1.7
% of patients under 65 years 44.9%
Penile precancerous lesions, average no. of cases/year 86 60 - - -
Vaginal cancer (ICD10 code: C52) Female 2004 26 74 76 46 99
2005 15 74 75 53 92
2006 25 76 78 49 94
2007 26 67 73 37 95
Average no. cases 2004-2007 23 73
Incidence per 100,000 females 0.9
% of patients under 65 years 29.7%
Vaginal precancerous lesions, average no. of cases/year 85 55 - - -
Vulvar cancer (ICD10 code: C51) Female 2004 99 70 74 30 96
2005 93 69 70 30 96
2006 104 68 70 23 96
2007 93 70 71 27 103
Average no. cases 2004-2007 97 69
Incidence per 100,000 females 3.6
% of patients under 65 years 37.5%
Vulvar precancerous lesions, average no. of cases/year 522 50 - - -

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