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Table 37. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages Among Persons Aged 25–44 by HIV Status: Reporting Areas, 2010

Reporting Area Total
Cases
Cases with Information on HIV Status1 Cases in Persons with HIV-Positive Results2
No. (%) No. (%)

United States

3,672

2,697

(73.4)

--

--

Alabama

40

38

(95.0)

1

(2.6)

Alaska

10

10

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Arizona

113

100

(88.5)

8

(8.0)

Arkansas

21

21

(100.0)

3

(14.3)

California

679

0

(0.0)

--

--

Colorado

25

25

(100.0)

4

(16.0)

Connecticut

30

25

(83.3)

2

(8.0)

Delaware

5

4

(80.0)

1

(25.0)

District of Columbia

17

16

(94.1)

0

(0.0)

Florida

275

249

(90.5)

45

(18.1)

Georgia

138

129

(93.5)

22

(17.1)

Hawaii

24

17

(70.8)

--

--

Idaho

4

2

(50.0)

--

--

Illinois

112

105

(93.8)

13

(12.4)

Indiana

32

27

(84.4)

4

(14.8)

Iowa

22

21

(95.5)

2

(9.5)

Kansas

19

19

(100.0)

1

(5.3)

Kentucky

31

30

(96.8)

2

(6.7)

Louisiana

60

60

(100.0)

10

(16.7)

Maine

3

3

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Maryland

97

94

(96.9)

9

(9.6)

Massachusetts

93

60

(64.5)

--

--

Michigan

66

59

(89.4)

9

(15.3)

Minnesota

59

55

(93.2)

5

(9.1)

Mississippi

35

35

(100.0)

3

(8.6)

Missouri

33

29

(87.9)

4

(13.8)

Montana

2

2

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Nebraska

9

9

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Nevada

28

28

(100.0)

3

(10.7)

New Hampshire

3

3

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

New Jersey

138

124

(89.9)

12

(9.7)

New Mexico

11

11

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

New York State3

88

79

(89.8)

5

(6.3)

New York City

240

223

(92.9)

25

(11.2)

North Carolina

86

85

(98.8)

12

(14.1)

North Dakota

4

4

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Ohio

53

49

(92.5)

4

(8.2)

Oklahoma

23

23

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Oregon

35

35

(100.0)

1

(2.9)

Pennsylvania

77

66

(85.7)

10

(15.2)

Rhode Island

7

7

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

South Carolina

43

43

(100.0)

7

(16.3)

South Dakota

4

4

(100.0)

1

(25.0)

Tennessee

64

64

(100.0)

9

(14.1)

Texas

489

394

(80.6)

65

(16.5)

Utah

9

9

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Vermont

1

0

(0.0)

--

--

Virginia

106

103

(97.2)

5

(4.9)

Washington

80

71

(88.8)

2

(2.8)

West Virginia

5

5

(100.0)

1

(20.0)

Wisconsin

23

22

(95.7)

2

(9.1)

Wyoming

1

1

(100.0)

1

(100.0)

American Samoa4

2

2

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Fed. States of Micronesia4

43

26

(60.5)

--

--

Guam4

34

29

(85.3)

2

(6.9)

Marshall Islands4

45

38

(84.4)

0

(0.0)

N. Mariana Islands4

9

9

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Puerto Rico4

19

18

(94.7)

3

(16.7)

Republic of Palau4

8

8

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

U.S. Virgin Islands4

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...

...

...

1Includes only those cases in persons with negative, positive, or indeterminate HIV test results.

2Counts and percentages shown only for reporting areas with information reported for ≥75% of cases. All 2010 California and Vermont cases are missing HIV status because these HIV data were not available at time of publication.

3Excludes New York City.

4Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

 
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