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Reported morbidity and mortality in the United States annual summary 1981
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    Foreward -- Significant public health events of 1981 -- History of national morbidity reporting and surveillance in the United States -- Data sources -- Part 1: Summaries of notifiable diseases in the United States -- Reported cases by month, 1981 -- Reported cases by geographic division and by area, 1981 -- Reported cases by age, 1981 -- Reported deaths by year, 1971-1980 -- Reported cases by years, 1972-1980 -- Reported cases by year, 1962-1971 -- Reported cases by year, 1952-1961 -- Reported cases by year, 1942-1951 -- Reported cases by year, 1932-1941 -- Distribution of the United States by population by county, 1980 -- Estimates of the resident population of the United States by age, race, and sec, July 1, 1981 -- Part 2: Statistical tables, graphis, maps, and narratives for notifiable diseases in the United States -- Part 3: Surveillance summaries for non-notifiable conditions and subjects of special interest -- Cases optionally reported by certain areas, 1981 -- Deaths from selected acute conditions by year, 1971-1980 -- Leading causes of death, 1970, 1979, and 1980 -- Congenical malformations -- Dengue -- Lead poisoning -- Nutrition -- Pneumonia and influenza -- Refugees -- Reye syndrome -- Risk factors, behavioral -- Surgical sterilization -- Toxic-shock syndrome -- Index -- State epidemiologists.

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