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Diagnosis and Reporting of HIV and AIDS
in States with Integrated HIV and AIDS Surveillance

April 24, 1998


TABLE 1. Estimated number* of persons aged >13 years in whom HIV was diagnosed, by quarter of diagnosis and disease status at initial diagnosis** -- 25 states,*** January 1994 - June 1997


Quarter
of
diagnosis
 
Disease status at initial HIV diagnosis Total 
HIV AIDS
No. (%) No. (%)
1994
1 4,038 (70) 1,723 (30) 5,761
2 4,073 (71) 1,691 (29) 5,764
3 3,809 (73) 1,430 (27) 5,239
4 3,558 (71) 1,434 (29) 4,992
Total# >15,571 (71) 6,337 (29) 21,908
1995
1 3,904 (71) 1,568 (29) 5,472
2 3,780 (72) 1,470 (28) 5,250
3 3,711 (72) 1,421 (28) 5,132
4 3,438 (72) 1,370 (28) 4,808
Total# >14,895 (72) 5,863 (28) 20,758
1996
1 3,889 (74) 1,366 (26) 5,255
2 3,635 (72) 1,382 (28) 5,017
3 3,619 (73) 1,310 (27) 4,929
4 3,476 (74) 1,236 (26) 4,712
Total# >14,652 (74) 5,313 (26) 19,965
1997
1 3,762 (73) 1,376 (27) 5,138
2 3,809 (74) 1,325 (26) 5,134
Total 52,690 (72) 20,215 (28) 72,905


*Numbers are estimates after adjustments for reporting delays. Point estimates are presented for reproducibility of the data.

** For persons who had not had an HIV diagnosis before being diagnosed with AIDS, their AIDS diagnosis date is considered their earliest HIV diagnosis date; for persons initially reported with HIV who subsequently had AIDS diagnosed and reported, they are presented by the earliest diagnosis date, which is their HIV diagnosis.

*** Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

# Total estimates include cases with missing quarter for HIV diagnoses and AIDS diagnoses.


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