Potential Years of Lost Life of the Lip, Oral Cavity and Pharynx Neoplasms in Slovak Population - 2010-2015

Pavol Beno, Martin Samohyl

Abstract


Objective: To analyse Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL) rates trends of lip, oral cavity and pharynx neoplasms in the Slovak population by age and gender. Material and Methods: The study analyses PYLL rates (age-standardized) of lip, oral cavity and pharynx neoplasms (C00-C14) per 100,000 in the period of six years (2010-2015). The study sample was divided into two age sub-categories (all ages: 0-69y. and working group: 20-69y.) National mortality data (C00-C14) (3,138 mortality causes) were analysed from the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic. Results: The highest PYLL rate was found in sub-category 20-69 years in males (378 per 100,000) in 2012 and in females (64 per 100,000) in 2013. The highest PYLL rate was observed in sub-category all age groups in males (296 per 100,000) in 2012 and in females (50 per 100,000) in 2013. The PYLL rates of lip, oral cavity and pharynx neoplasms had in the period 2011-2015 upward trend in both sexes, however, in the 2014 was found the opposite trend.  In 2015 the highest PYLL rates (non-standardized) in both sexes was found in age sub-category 55-59y. Conclusion: Our study should contribute to the development of oral cancer intervention programs.

Keywords


Lip Neoplasms; Mouth Neoplasms; Pharyngeal Neoplasms; Life Expectancy.

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