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Table 39. Congenital syphilis—Reported cases and rates in infants <1 year of age by state, ranked by rates: United States, 2008

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Rank*State CasesRate per
100,000 Live Births
1Louisiana2336.3
2Texas12731.8
3Maryland2329.7
4Arizona3029.3
5Nevada922.5
6Arkansas922.0
7Alabama1219.0
8New Mexico413.4
9Tennessee1011.9
10Illinois2011.1
11California6211.0
U.S. TOTAL43110.1
12New York239.2
13Michigan107.8
14North Carolina107.8
15Georgia117.4
16Florida177.2
17Oklahoma35.6
18Pennsylvania85.4
19Connecticut24.8
20West Virginia14.8
21Virginia43.7
22New Jersey43.5
23South Carolina23.2
24Missouri22.5
25Ohio32.0
26Kentucky11.7
27Wisconsin11.4
YEAR 2010 TARGET.1.0
Alaska00.0
Colorado00.0
Delaware00.0
Hawaii00.0
Idaho00.0
Indiana00.0
Iowa00.0
Kansas00.0
Maine00.0
Massachusetts00.0
Minnesota00.0
Mississippi00.0
Montana00.0
Nebraska00.0
New Hampshire00.0
North Dakota00.0
Oregon00.0
Rhode Island00.0
South Dakota00.0
Utah00.0
Vermont00.0
Washington00.0
Wyoming00.0

* States were ranked in descending order by rate, number of cases, and alphabetically by state. States with no cases were not ranked.

Mother's state of residence used to assign case.

Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia with 0 cases and a rate of 0.0, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 0 cases and rate of 0.0, Puerto Rico with 8 cases and rate of 16.5, and Virgin Islands with 0 cases and rate of 0.0).

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