Causes of death contributing to changes in life expectancy: United States, 1984-1989
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3Number of resident Accidents and adverse add to totals adverse effects allied conditions Arriaga Atherosclerosis birth to 85 black females black males causes of death certificates with mention Chronic liver disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary conditions originating contributing age groups Contribution of leading death and age death certificates Diabetes mellitus disease and cirrhosis diseases and allied Diseases of heart expectancy at birth expectancy between white groups that contributed Health Statistics heart Cerebrovascular diseases hematopoietic tissues HIV infection Homicide and legal Human immunodeficiency virus Hypertension immunodeficiency virus infection3 including neoplasms infection in 1964 leading causes legal intervention lymphatic and hematopoietic major contributing age Malignant neoplasms mention of iCD-9 neoplasms of lymphatic Nephritis nephrosis nephrotic syndrome number of death obstructive pulmonary diseases percent Total contribution perinatal period Pneumonia and influenza Positive contribution Diseases Rank ordering renal disease resident deaths due Septicemia total population United white and black white females white males