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2001 Surveillance Slides

Completeness of HIV Test Results in Persons with TB by Age Group
United States, 1993-2001

Tuberculosis in the United States
Slide 22: Completeness of HIV Test Results in Persons with TB by Age Group, United States, 1993-2000. This slide shows the completeness of reporting of HIV test results in persons with TB by age group from 1993 through 2000, the latest year with available data. The percentage of those with test results increased from 30% among all ages in 1993 to 49% in 2000. The numerator includes cases with positive, negative, or indeterminate HIV test results and cases from California in persons reported with AIDS (HIV test results are not reported from California). Among adults aged 25-44 years, the percentage increased from 46% to 63% in 2000.

 


Released October 2008
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