List of Tables and Figures

The Burden of Digestive Diseases in the United States

1. All Digestive Diseases

Table 1. All Digestive Diseases: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. All Digestive Diseases: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. All Digestive Diseases: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths, Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75), and Digestive Disease as a Percentage of All Deaths by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. All Digestive Diseases: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. All Digestive Diseases: Costliest Prescriptions
Table 4. Burden of Selected Digestive Diseases in the United States, 2004

2. Gastrointestinal Infections

Table 1. Gastrointestinal Infections: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Gastrointestinal Infections: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Gastrointestinal Infections: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Gastrointestinal Infections: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Gastrointestinal Infections: Costliest Prescriptions

3. Viral Hepatitis

Table 1. Hepatitis A: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Hepatitis A: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004 (Ambulatory Care Visit Data Unavailable)
Table 2. Hepatitis A: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Hepatitis A: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Hepatitis B: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Hepatitis B: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 4. Hepatitis B: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 4. Hepatitis B: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 5. Hepatitis C: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 5. Hepatitis C: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 6. Hepatitis C: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 6. Hepatitis C: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 7. All Viral Hepatitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 7. All Viral Hepatitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 8. All Viral Hepatitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 8. All Viral Hepatitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 9. All Viral Hepatitis: Costliest Prescriptions

4. Digestive Cancers

Table 1. All Digestive Cancers: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. All Digestive Cancers: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. All Digestive Cancers: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. All Digestive Cancers: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. All Digestive Cancers: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. All Digestive Cancers: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 4. All Digestive Cancers: Costliest Prescriptions

5. Cancer of the Esophagus

Table 1. Esophageal Squamous Cell Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Esophageal Squamous Cell Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Esophageal Adenocarcinoma: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 2. Esophageal Adenocarcinoma: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 3. All Esophageal Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 3. All Esophageal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 4. All Esophageal Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 4. All Esophageal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 5. All Esophageal Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 5. All Esophageal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

6. Cancer of the Stomach

Table 1. Gastric Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Gastric Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Gastric Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Gastric Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Gastric Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Gastric Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

7. Cancer of the Small Intestine

Table 1. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004 (Ambulatory Care Visit Data Unavailable)
Table 3. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Cancer of the Small Intestine: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

8. Cancer of the Colon and Rectum

Table 1. Colorectal Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Colorectal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Colorectal Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Colorectal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Colorectal Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Colorectal Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

9. Primary Liver Cancer

Table 1. Primary Liver Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Primary Liver Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Primary Liver Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Primary Liver Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Primary Liver Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Primary Liver Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

10. Cancer of the Bile Ducts

Table 1. Bile Duct Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Bile Duct Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Bile Duct Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Bile Duct Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004 (Ambulatory Care Visit Data Unavailable)
Table 3. Bile Duct Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Bile Duct Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

11. Cancer of the Gallbladder

Table 1. Gallbladder Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Gallbladder Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Gallbladder Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Gallbladder Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004 (Ambulatory Care Visit Data Unavailable)
Table 3. Gallbladder Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Gallbladder Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

12. Cancer of the Pancreas

Table 1. Pancreatic Cancer: Number of Cases and Incidence Rates by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex, 2004
Figure 1. Pancreatic Cancer: Age-Adjusted Incidence Rates and 5-Year Survival Rates, 1979–2004
Table 2. Pancreatic Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Pancreatic Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Pancreatic Cancer: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Pancreatic Cancer: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

13. Hemorrhoids

Table 1. Hemorrhoids: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Hemorrhoids: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Hemorrhoids: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Hemorrhoids: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Hemorrhoids: Costliest Prescriptions

14. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Table 1. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: Costliest Prescriptions

15. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Table 1. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Costliest Prescriptions

16. Functional Intestinal Disorders

Table 1. Chronic Constipation: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Chronic Constipation: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Chronic Constipation: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Chronic Constipation: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Chronic Constipation: Costliest Prescriptions
Table 4. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 4. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 6. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Costliest Prescriptions
Table 7. All Functional Intestinal Disorders: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 5. All Functional Intestinal Disorders: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 8. All Functional Intestinal Disorders: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 6. All Functional Intestinal Disorders: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 9. All Functional Intestinal Disorders: Costliest Prescriptions

17. Appendicitis

Table 1. Appendicitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Appendicitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Appendicitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Appendicitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

18. Abdominal Wall Hernia

Table 1. Abdominal Wall Hernia: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Abdominal Wall Hernia: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Abdominal Wall Hernia: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Abdominal Wall Hernia: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

19. Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Table 1. Crohn’s Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Crohn’s Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Crohn’s Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Crohn’s Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Crohn’s Disease: Costliest Prescriptions
Table 4. Ulcerative Colitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 3. Ulcerative Colitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 5. Ulcerative Colitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 4. Ulcerative Colitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 6. Ulcerative Colitis: Costliest Prescriptions
Table 7. All Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 5. All Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 8. All Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 6. All Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

20. Diverticular Disease

Table 1. Diverticular Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Diverticular Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Diverticular Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Diverticular Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Diverticular Disease: Costliest Prescriptions

21. Liver Disease

Table 1. Liver Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Liver Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Liver Disease: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Liver Disease: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Liver Disease: Costliest Prescriptions

22. Gallstones

Table 1. Gallstones: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Gallstones: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Gallstones: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Gallstones: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004

23. Pancreatitis

Table 1. Pancreatitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With First-Listed and All-Listed Diagnoses by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 1. Pancreatitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Ambulatory Care Visits and Hospital Discharges With All–Listed Diagnoses in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 2. Pancreatitis: Number and Age-Adjusted Rates of Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost (to Age 75) by Age, Race, and Sex in the United States, 2004
Figure 2. Pancreatitis: Age-Adjusted Rates of Death in the United States, 1979–2004
Table 3. Pancreatitis: Costliest Prescriptions

24. Indications and Outcomes of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Table 1. Characteristics of Endoscopy Sites and Persons Undergoing Endoscopic Procedures, 2001–2005
Figure 1. Number of Endoscopic Procedures at Stable Sites (N=36) by Year, 2001–2005
Figure 2. Number of Endoscopic Procedures by Age, 2001–2005
Figure 3. Number of Colonoscopies at Stable Sites (N=36) by Age and Year, 2001–2005
Figure 4. Number of Flexible Sigmoidoscopies at Stable Sites (N=36) by Age and Year, 2001–2005
Table 2. Indications for Colonoscopy and Flexible Sigmoidoscopy, 2001–2005
Table 3. Colonoscopy Findings in the Total Population and Persons at Routine Risk Only, and Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Findings, 2001–2005
Figure 5. Colonoscopy Findings in Persons at Routine Risk by Age, 2001–2005
Figure 6. Colonoscopy Findings in Persons at Routine Risk by Sex, 2001–2005
Figure 7. Colonoscopy Findings in Persons at Routine Risk by Race/Ethnicity, 2001–2005
Figure 8. Number of Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) Procedures at Stable Sites (N=36) by Age and Year, 2001–2005
Table 4. Indications for Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) (N=270,957), 2001–2005
Table 5. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) Findings (N=270,957), 2001–2005
Table 6. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) Findings (N=9,333), 2001–2005

25. Costs of Digestive Diseases

Table 1. Direct, Indirect, and Total Costs of Digestive Diseases in the United States, 2004 ($ Millions)
Table 2. Direct Costs of Digestive Diseases in the United States, 2004 ($ Millions)
Table 3. Indirect Costs of Digestive Diseases in the United States, 2004 ($ Millions)

Appendix 1. ICD and SEER Codes

Table 1. International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Code Disease Definitions
Table 2. Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program Site Recodes With SEER Morphology Codes (ICD-0-3) for Digestive Cancers

Last Reviewed January 2008