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1 MMWR 1 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, or undiagnosed Alabama ,800 (12,400 13,100) 331 ( ) 2,200 (1,800 2,600) 82.8 ( ) ,200 (12,900 13,600) 339 ( ) 2,300 (1,800 2,700) 82.6 ( ) ,700 (13,300 14,100) 344 ( ) 2,300 (1,800 2,700) 83.2 ( ) ,100 (13,500 14,600) 353 ( ) 2,300 (1,700 2,900) 83.7 ( ) ,400 (13,600 15,300) 358 ( ) 2,300 (1,500 3,200) 84.0 ( ) Alaska ( ) 136 ( ) 80 (0 180) 89.5 ( ) ( ) 136 ( ) 80 (0 180) 89.6 ( ) ( ) 133 ( ) 70 (0 180) 90.9 ( ) ( ) 135 ( ) 70 (0 180) 91.1 ( ) ( ) 133 ( ) 70 (0 190) 91.1 ( ) Arizona ,200 (14,900 15,600) 290 ( ) 2,500 (2,100 3,000) 83.6 ( ) ,400 (15,100 15,800) 290 ( ) 2,300 (1,900 2,700) 85.1 ( ) ,700 (15,300 16,000) 300 ( ) 2,200 (1,700 2,600) 86.0 ( ) ,900 (15,500 16,300) 300 ( ) 2,100 (1,600 2,500) 86.8 ( ) ,200 (15,700 16,700) 301 ( ) 1,900 (1,400 2,500) 88.3 ( ) Arkansas ,100 (4,900 5,300) 216 ( ) 880 (660 1,080) 82.7 ( ) ,200 (5,000 5,400) 219 ( ) 920 (640 1,140) 82.3 ( ) ,400 (5,200 5,600) 224 ( ) 990 (700 1,230) 81.7 ( ) ,600 (5,300 5,900) 231 ( ) 1,000 (670 1,300) 82.1 ( ) ,800 (5,500 6,200) 238 ( ) 1,000 (620 1,400) 82.8 ( ) California ,200 (170, ,600) 574 ( ) 21,900 (20,200 23,800) 87.2 ( ) ,800 (172, ,200) 576 ( ) 21,100 (19,300 23,100) 87.9 ( ) ,800 (175, ,300) 575 ( ) 20,600 (18,700 22,700) 88.3 ( ) ,900 (177, ,800) 579 ( ) 20,700 (18,300 23,000) 88.5 ( ) ,300 (180, ,900) 583 ( ) 20,700 (17,100 24,300) 88.7 ( ) Colorado ,900 (11,500 12,200) 294 ( ) 1,700 (1,300 2,100) 85.7 ( ) ,100 (11,800 12,400) 294 ( ) 1,600 (1,200 2,000) 86.8 ( ) ,200 (11,900 12,500) 294 ( ) 1,500 (1,100 1,900) 87.7 ( ) ,400 (12,000 12,800) 294 ( ) 1,400 (960 1,900) 88.7 ( ) ,600 (12,100 13,100) 294 ( ) 1,300 (740 1,800) 89.7 ( )

2 MMWR 2 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Connecticut ,300 (13,000 13,700) 453 ( ) 1,600 (1,100 2,000) 88.0 ( ) ,400 (13,000 13,700) 454 ( ) 1,600 (1,000 2,000) 88.1 ( ) ,400 (13,000 13,800) 445 ( ) 1,400 (910 1,900) 89.6 ( ) ,500 (12,900 14,000) 446 ( ) 1,400 (870 1,800) 89.6 ( ) ,500 (12,900 14,100) 444 ( ) 1,300 (850 1,800) 90.4 ( ) Delaware ,200 (4,000 4,400) 577 ( ) 530 ( ) 87.4 ( ) ,200 (3,900 4,400) 571 ( ) 490 ( ) 88.3 ( ) ,200 (3,900 4,400) 558 ( ) 470 ( ) 88.8 ( ) ,200 (4,000 4,500) 552 ( ) 460 ( ) 89.0 ( ) ,300 (4,000 4,500) 559 ( ) 430 ( ) 90.0 ( ) District of Columbia ,200 (19,800 20,700) 3,976 (3,897 4,075) 3,000 (2,400 3,600) 85.1 ( ) ,600 (20,100 21,100) 3,992 (3,895 4,089) 2,900 (2,200 3,400) 85.9 ( ) ,000 (20,500 21,500) 3,957 (3,862 4,051) 2,600 (1,900 3,100) 87.6 ( ) ,300 (20,800 21,900) 3,931 (3,839 4,042) 2,400 (1,600 3,000) 88.7 ( ) ,700 (20,900 22,400) 3,936 (3,791 4,063) 2,300 (1,400 3,100) 89.4 ( ) Florida ,000 (119, ,100) 780 ( ) 18,600 (17,000 19,700) 84.6 ( ) ,400 (121, ,700) 784 ( ) 17,500 (16,200 18,800) 85.7 ( ) ,100 (122, ,300) 775 ( ) 16,800 (15,500 18,100) 86.5 ( ) ,800 (124, ,300) 774 ( ) 16,300 (14,400 17,800) 87.0 ( ) ,900 (125, ,000) 777 ( ) 15,900 (13,500 17,900) 87.6 ( ) Georgia ,200 (49,400 50,900) 641 ( ) 11,100 (10,000 11,800) 77.9 ( ) ,500 (50,700 52,200) 649 ( ) 10,600 (9,400 11,400) 79.4 ( ) ,100 (52,100 53,900) 671 ( ) 10,600 (9,400 11,500) 80.0 ( ) ,000 (53,700 56,100) 687 ( ) 10,800 (9,500 11,900) 80.4 ( ) ,300 (55,700 58,700) 706 ( ) 10,700 (9,000 12,300) 81.3 ( ) Hawaii ,300 (3,200 3,500) 306 ( ) 280 (30 480) 91.5 ( ) ,400 (3,200 3,600) 314 ( ) 280 (50 480) 91.8 ( ) ,400 (3,300 3,600) 297 ( ) 260 (10 460) 92.4 ( ) ,500 (3,300 3,600) 303 ( ) 260 (0 460) 92.6 ( ) ,500 (3,300 3,700) 300 ( ) 250 (0 500) 92.9 ( )

3 MMWR 3 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Idaho ,100 (960 1,100) 90 (78 90) 150 (40 240) 86.4 ( ) ,100 (970 1,200) 89 (78 97) 130 (10 240) 88.2 ( ) ,100 (1,000 1,200) 88 (80 95) 120 (0 230) 89.1 ( ) ,100 (1,000 1,200) 87 (79 94) 110 (0 230) 90.0 ( ) ,100 (1,000 1,200) 86 (78 93) 100 (0 220) 90.9 ( ) Illinois ,600 (39,800 41,300) 384 ( ) 7,400 (6,600 8,000) 81.8 ( ) ,900 (41,100 42,500) 394 ( ) 7,400 (6,700 8,100) 82.3 ( ) ,100 (42,200 43,800) 406 ( ) 7,600 (6,600 8,300) 82.4 ( ) ,300 (43,200 45,100) 416 ( ) 7,600 (6,500 8,400) 82.8 ( ) ,700 (44,100 47,000) 427 ( ) 7,500 (5,800 8,700) 83.6 ( ) Indiana ,600 (10,200 10,900) 202 ( ) 1,900 (1,600 2,300) 82.1 ( ) ,800 (10,400 11,100) 205 ( ) 1,900 (1,500 2,200) 82.4 ( ) ,000 (10,700 11,300) 206 ( ) 1,800 (1,400 2,200) 83.6 ( ) ,200 (10,800 11,600) 208 ( ) 1,800 (1,300 2,200) 83.9 ( ) ,400 (10,700 11,900) 211 ( ) 1,700 (970 2,200) 85.1 ( ) Iowa ,500 (2,400 2,700) 101 (97 109) 590 ( ) 76.4 ( ) ,600 (2,400 2,700) 104 (96 108) 570 ( ) 78.1 ( ) ,700 (2,500 2,800) 107 (99 111) 550 ( ) 79.6 ( ) ,700 (2,500 2,900) 106 (98 114) 540 ( ) 80.0 ( ) ,800 (2,600 3,000) 110 ( ) 520 ( ) 81.4 ( ) Kansas ,400 (3,200 3,600) 148 ( ) 600 ( ) 82.4 ( ) ,500 (3,300 3,600) 152 ( ) 570 ( ) 83.7 ( ) ,600 (3,300 3,800) 155 ( ) 570 ( ) 84.2 ( ) ,600 (3,400 3,800) 154 ( ) 570 ( ) 84.2 ( ) ,700 (3,400 3,900) 157 ( ) 560 ( ) 84.9 ( ) Kentucky ,600 (7,400 7,900) 214 ( ) 1,400 (1,000 1,700) 81.6 ( ) ,800 (7,500 8,100) 218 ( ) 1,400 (960 1,600) 82.1 ( ) ,000 (7,700 8,200) 222 ( ) 1,400 (950 1,600) 82.5 ( ) ,100 (7,800 8,500) 223 ( ) 1,300 (960 1,700) 84.0 ( ) ,300 (7,900 8,700) 228 ( ) 1,200 (780 1,700) 85.5 ( )

4 MMWR 4 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Louisiana ,600 (19,200 20,000) 537 ( ) 4,900 (4,400 5,400) 75.0 ( ) ,300 (19,900 20,800) 551 ( ) 4,900 (4,400 5,500) 75.9 ( ) ,100 (20,700 21,600) 565 ( ) 5,000 (4,400 5,600) 76.3 ( ) ,900 (21,300 22,500) 582 ( ) 5,000 (4,400 5,700) 77.2 ( ) ,600 (21,700 23,500) 596 ( ) 5,100 (4,200 6,000) 77.4 ( ) Maine ,700 (1,600 1,800) 150 ( ) 130 (0 270) 92.4 ( ) ,700 (1,600 1,800) 150 ( ) 120 (0 260) 92.9 ( ) ,700 (1,600 1,800) 149 ( ) 100 (0 250) 94.1 ( ) ,800 (1,600 1,900) 158 ( ) 100 (0 250) 94.4 ( ) ,800 (1,600 1,900) 157 ( ) 90 (0 230) 95.0 ( ) Maryland ,300 (36,600 38,000) 794 ( ) 6,400 (5,700 7,200) 82.8 ( ) ,700 (37,900 39,300) 818 ( ) 7,000 (6,200 7,700) 81.9 ( ) ,200 (39,400 40,900) 832 ( ) 7,300 (6,300 8,100) 81.8 ( ) ,700 (40,600 42,800) 855 ( ) 7,800 (6,400 9,000) 81.3 ( ) ,300 (41,500 45,000) 880 ( ) 8,100 (6,200 9,900) 81.3 ( ) Massachusetts ,200 (23,700 24,600) 437 ( ) 3,300 (2,700 3,900) 86.4 ( ) ,900 (24,400 25,400) 446 ( ) 3,600 (3,000 4,300) 85.5 ( ) ,500 (25,000 26,100) 458 ( ) 3,800 (3,200 4,500) 85.1 ( ) ,300 (25,600 27,000) 468 ( ) 4,000 (3,400 4,700) 84.8 ( ) ,000 (26,200 27,900) 477 ( ) 4,100 (3,300 5,000) 84.8 ( ) Michigan ,000 (15,500 16,300) 192 ( ) 3,000 (2,500 3,400) 81.3 ( ) ,400 (15,900 16,800) 197 ( ) 2,900 (2,400 3,300) 82.3 ( ) ,800 (16,300 17,200) 204 ( ) 2,800 (2,300 3,300) 83.3 ( ) ,100 (16,600 17,600) 207 ( ) 2,700 (2,200 3,300) 84.2 ( ) ,500 (16,800 18,200) 211 ( ) 2,700 (1,900 3,500) 84.6 ( ) Minnesota ,600 (7,400 7,800) 176 ( ) 1,300 (1,100 1,600) 82.9 ( ) ,800 (7,500 8,000) 179 ( ) 1,300 (960 1,500) 83.3 ( ) ,000 (7,700 8,300) 182 ( ) 1,200 (880 1,500) 85.0 ( ) ,200 (7,900 8,600) 185 ( ) 1,200 (830 1,500) 85.4 ( ) ,400 (8,000 8,800) 188 ( ) 1,200 (760 1,600) 85.7 ( )

5 MMWR 5 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Mississippi ,600 (9,300 9,900) 402 ( ) 2,000 (1,600 2,300) 79.2 ( ) ,800 (9,400 10,100) 409 ( ) 1,900 (1,500 2,300) 80.6 ( ) ,000 (9,600 10,400) 412 ( ) 1,900 (1,500 2,300) 81.0 ( ) ,200 (9,700 10,700) 418 ( ) 1,700 (1,300 2,200) 83.3 ( ) ,300 (9,600 10,900) 420 ( ) 1,700 (1,100 2,200) 83.5 ( ) Missouri ,100 (11,700 12,400) 245 ( ) 2,100 (1,700 2,600) 82.6 ( ) ,300 (12,000 12,700) 248 ( ) 2,000 (1,700 2,400) 83.7 ( ) ,600 (12,200 13,000) 253 ( ) 1,900 (1,600 2,400) 84.9 ( ) ,900 (12,500 13,400) 258 ( ) 1,900 (1,400 2,400) 85.3 ( ) ,200 (12,600 13,900) 263 ( ) 1,800 (1,300 2,600) 86.4 ( ) Montana ( ) 76 (66 85) 40 (0 130) 93.5 ( ) ( ) 76 (65 85) 40 (0 130) 93.5 ( ) ( ) 76 (65 84) 30 (0 120) 95.2 ( ) ( ) 76 (66 86) 30 (0 130) 95.3 ( ) ( ) 77 (65 86) 30 (0 130) 95.4 ( ) Nebraska ,000 (1,900 2,200) 137 ( ) 390 ( ) 80.5 ( ) ,100 (1,900 2,200) 143 ( ) 350 ( ) 83.3 ( ) ,100 (2,000 2,300) 141 ( ) 310 ( ) 85.2 ( ) ,200 (2,000 2,300) 146 ( ) 310 ( ) 85.9 ( ) ,200 (2,000 2,400) 145 ( ) 290 ( ) 86.8 ( ) Nevada ,900 (8,700 9,200) 420 ( ) 1,600 (1,200 2,000) 82.0 ( ) ,100 (8,800 9,400) 425 ( ) 1,600 (1,200 1,900) 82.4 ( ) ,300 (9,000 9,600) 418 ( ) 1,500 (1,100 1,800) 83.9 ( ) ,400 (9,100 9,800) 419 ( ) 1,400 (940 1,800) 85.1 ( ) ,600 (9,100 10,100) 421 ( ) 1,400 (740 1,900) 85.4 ( ) New Hampshire ,600 (1,400 1,700) 143 ( ) 150 (0 280) 90.6 ( ) ,600 (1,500 1,700) 142 ( ) 150 (0 290) 90.6 ( ) ,600 (1,500 1,700) 143 ( ) 130 (0 280) 91.9 ( ) ,600 (1,500 1,800) 142 ( ) 130 (0 280) 91.9 ( ) ,600 (1,500 1,800) 141 ( ) 120 (0 310) 92.5 ( )

6 MMWR 6 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed New Jersey ,200 (38,500 39,900) 544 ( ) 6,000 (5,100 6,700) 84.7 ( ) ,100 (39,300 40,700) 553 ( ) 6,100 (5,400 6,800) 84.8 ( ) ,000 (40,100 41,700) 558 ( ) 6,400 (5,500 7,200) 84.4 ( ) ,000 (41,000 43,000) 569 ( ) 6,800 (5,700 7,800) 83.8 ( ) ,100 (41,800 44,500) 580 ( ) 6,800 (5,500 8,200) 84.2 ( ) New Mexico ,600 (3,400 3,700) 222 ( ) 610 ( ) 83.1 ( ) ,600 (3,400 3,800) 220 ( ) 540 ( ) 85.0 ( ) ,600 (3,400 3,800) 213 ( ) 490 ( ) 86.4 ( ) ,600 (3,400 3,800) 211 ( ) 440 ( ) 87.8 ( ) ,600 (3,400 3,800) 210 ( ) 400 ( ) 88.9 ( ) New York ,100 (174, ,400) 1,078 (1,070 1,086) 16,500 (14,400 18,400) 90.6 ( ) ,200 (175, ,600) 1,074 (1,066 1,082) 15,200 (13,300 17,000) 91.4 ( ) ,300 (175, ,900) 1,078 (1,070 1,087) 14,200 (12,200 16,100) 91.9 ( ) ,600 (174, ,500) 1,073 (1,062 1,084) 13,300 (11,200 15,200) 92.5 ( ) ,000 (174, ,600) 1,070 (1,057 1,086) 12,600 (10,000 15,400) 92.9 ( ) North Carolina ,700 (29,200 30,300) 390 ( ) 5,600 (5,000 6,200) 81.1 ( ) ,300 (29,800 30,800) 393 ( ) 5,100 (4,500 5,800) 83.2 ( ) ,900 (30,300 31,500) 391 ( ) 4,800 (4,100 5,500) 84.5 ( ) ,400 (30,800 32,200) 393 ( ) 4,400 (3,700 5,100) 86.0 ( ) ,000 (31,100 32,900) 395 ( ) 4,200 (3,100 5,200) 86.9 ( ) North Dakota ( ) 54 (43 65) 30 (0 90) 89.7 ( ) ( ) 55 (44 66) 30 (0 100) 90.0 ( ) ( ) 55 (44 65) 30 (0 90) 90.3 ( ) ( ) 56 (45 66) 30 (0 90) 90.6 ( ) ( ) 56 (46 67) 20 (0 100) 93.9 ( ) Ohio ,800 (19,400 20,300) 206 ( ) 4,000 (3,400 4,600) 79.8 ( ) ,600 (20,100 21,100) 214 ( ) 4,000 (3,400 4,500) 80.6 ( ) ,400 (20,900 21,900) 223 ( ) 4,100 (3,600 4,600) 80.8 ( ) ,200 (21,600 22,800) 230 ( ) 4,200 (3,500 4,800) 81.1 ( ) ,900 (22,100 23,700) 237 ( ) 4,200 (3,400 5,000) 81.7 ( )

7 MMWR 7 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Oklahoma ,900 (5,600 6,200) 198 ( ) 1,100 (770 1,400) 81.4 ( ) ,100 (5,800 6,400) 202 ( ) 1,100 (760 1,400) 82.0 ( ) ,300 (6,000 6,700) 205 ( ) 1,100 (770 1,500) 82.5 ( ) ,500 (6,200 6,900) 209 ( ) 1,100 (760 1,500) 83.1 ( ) ,700 (6,300 7,100) 214 ( ) 1,100 (680 1,600) 83.6 ( ) Oregon ,900 (7,600 8,200) 250 ( ) 1,100 (720 1,400) 86.1 ( ) ,000 (7,800 8,300) 250 ( ) 1,100 (720 1,400) 86.3 ( ) ,200 (7,900 8,400) 255 ( ) 1,100 (720 1,400) 86.6 ( ) ,300 (8,000 8,600) 255 ( ) 1,100 (670 1,500) 86.7 ( ) ,400 (7,900 8,700) 256 ( ) 1,100 (540 1,500) 86.9 ( ) Pennsylvania ,400 (37,800 39,200) 362 ( ) 6,200 (5,400 7,000) 83.9 ( ) ,000 (38,400 39,800) 366 ( ) 5,900 (5,200 6,600) 84.9 ( ) ,600 (39,000 40,400) 368 ( ) 5,800 (5,100 6,500) 85.4 ( ) ,200 (39,300 41,100) 372 ( ) 5,800 (4,900 6,600) 85.6 ( ) ,900 (39,700 42,100) 378 ( ) 5,700 (4,500 6,700) 86.1 ( ) Rhode Island ,400 (2,200 2,500) 269 ( ) 400 ( ) 83.3 ( ) ,400 (2,300 2,600) 268 ( ) 370 ( ) 84.6 ( ) ,500 (2,300 2,600) 279 ( ) 330 ( ) 86.8 ( ) ,500 (2,300 2,600) 279 ( ) 300 (70 520) 88.0 ( ) ,500 (2,300 2,700) 278 ( ) 280 (10 490) 88.8 ( ) South Carolina ,200 (17,700 18,600) 488 ( ) 3,700 (3,200 4,300) 79.7 ( ) ,500 (17,900 18,900) 489 ( ) 3,600 (3,100 4,100) 80.5 ( ) ,700 (18,200 19,300) 485 ( ) 3,400 (2,900 4,000) 81.8 ( ) ,000 (18,200 19,600) 488 ( ) 3,300 (2,500 4,000) 82.6 ( ) ,300 (18,200 20,100) 489 ( ) 3,200 (2,000 4,000) 83.4 ( ) South Dakota ( ) 71 (60 79) 90 (20 160) 80.9 ( ) ( ) 72 (61 79) 100 (20 170) 79.2 ( ) ( ) 73 (63 82) 90 (10 170) 81.6 ( ) ( ) 76 (64 85) 100 (10 170) 80.4 ( ) ( ) 76 (66 86) 90 (10 180) 82.7 ( )

8 MMWR 8 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed Tennessee ,800 (17,300 18,200) 344 ( ) 3,200 (2,800 3,600) 82.0 ( ) ,100 (17,700 18,500) 347 ( ) 3,000 (2,600 3,400) 83.4 ( ) ,500 (18,100 18,900) 350 ( ) 2,900 (2,500 3,400) 84.3 ( ) ,900 (18,300 19,400) 355 ( ) 2,800 (2,200 3,300) 85.2 ( ) ,200 (18,300 19,800) 357 ( ) 2,700 (1,700 3,400) 85.9 ( ) Texas ,000 (92,100 94,100) 482 ( ) 18,500 (17,300 19,800) 80.1 ( ) ,800 (94,800 96,700) 487 ( ) 18,600 (17,300 20,000) 80.6 ( ) ,700 (97,600 99,800) 488 ( ) 18,400 (17,100 20,000) 81.4 ( ) ,600 (100, ,800) 493 ( ) 18,300 (16,900 19,900) 82.0 ( ) ,300 (101, ,200) 497 ( ) 18,000 (15,300 19,800) 82.7 ( ) Utah ,600 (2,500 2,800) 125 ( ) 410 ( ) 84.2 ( ) ,700 (2,500 2,800) 127 ( ) 400 ( ) 85.2 ( ) ,800 (2,600 3,000) 132 ( ) 430 ( ) 84.6 ( ) ,800 (2,600 3,000) 130 ( ) 440 ( ) 84.3 ( ) ,900 (2,700 3,200) 132 ( ) 430 ( ) 85.2 ( ) Vermont ( ) 146 ( ) 0 (0 60) 100 ( ) ( ) 148 ( ) 0 (0 60) 100 ( ) ( ) 149 ( ) 0 (0 50) 100 ( ) ( ) 150 ( ) 0 (0 50) 100 ( ) ( ) 150 ( ) 0 (0 50) 100 ( ) Virginia ,100 (22,700 23,600) 357 ( ) 3,800 (3,200 4,300) 83.5 ( ) ,600 (23,200 24,100) 361 ( ) 3,600 (2,900 4,200) 84.7 ( ) ,100 (23,500 24,600) 360 ( ) 3,400 (2,700 4,100) 85.9 ( ) ,600 (24,000 25,200) 363 ( ) 3,300 (2,600 4,100) 86.6 ( ) ,100 (24,200 25,900) 367 ( ) 3,200 (2,300 4,100) 87.3 ( ) Washington ,400 (14,100 14,800) 264 ( ) 2,200 (1,700 2,700) 84.7 ( ) ,700 (14,300 15,100) 266 ( ) 2,200 (1,600 2,600) 85.0 ( ) ,900 (14,500 15,400) 266 ( ) 2,000 (1,600 2,500) 86.6 ( ) ,200 (14,600 15,700) 268 ( ) 2,000 (1,400 2,500) 86.8 ( ) ,400 (14,700 16,200) 268 ( ) 1,900 (1,200 2,600) 87.7 ( )

9 MMWR 9 Expanded Table 1 Expanded Table 1. Estimated* number of persons aged 13 years with (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and percentage of those with diagnosed, by jurisdiction and year United States, (cont) or undiagnosed West Virginia ,100 (1,900 2,200) 136 ( ) 370 ( ) 82.4 ( ) ,100 (2,000 2,200) 136 ( ) 360 ( ) 82.9 ( ) ,200 (2,000 2,300) 139 ( ) 350 ( ) 84.1 ( ) ,200 (2,000 2,300) 139 ( ) 340 ( ) 84.5 ( ) ,200 (2,000 2,400) 139 ( ) 330 ( ) 85.0 ( ) Wisconsin ,900 (5,600 6,100) 126 ( ) 1,000 (760 1,300) 83.1 ( ) ,100 (5,700 6,300) 129 ( ) 1,000 (750 1,300) 83.6 ( ) ,200 (5,900 6,500) 131 ( ) 1,000 (680 1,400) 83.9 ( ) ,300 (6,000 6,700) 132 ( ) 990 (580 1,470) 84.3 ( ) ,400 (6,000 6,900) 134 ( ) 980 (450 1,530) 84.7 ( ) Wyoming ( ) 66 (55 77) 50 (0 110) 82.8 ( ) ( ) 67 (56 78) 50 (0 110) 83.3 ( ) ( ) 65 (54 77) 50 (0 110) 83.3 ( ) ( ) 66 (53 79) 40 (0 110) 87.1 ( ) ( ) 67 (55 82) 40 (0 110) 87.5 ( ) Abbreviations: HIV = human immunodeficiency virus; CI = confidence interval. * Estimates were derived by using back-calculation. Estimates were rounded to the nearest 100 for numbers >1,000 and to the nearest 10 for numbers <1,000 to reflect the uncertainty inherent in statistical estimates. Persons whose most recent known address or residence at death is in the jurisdiction by December 31, Per 100,000 population. Estimates for jurisdictions with <60 diagnoses per year (average) over the most recent 5 years ( ) are considered unstable.

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