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File:Diabetes mellitus world map - DALY - WHO2004.svg

English: Age-standardised disability-adjusted life year (DALY) rates from Diabetes mellitus by country (per 100,000 inhabitants).
   no data
   less than 100
   more than 1500


  • The data/colour given for the following former countries were assigned as follows:
    • "Serbia and Montenegro": Serbia, Montenegro
  • The following groupings/assumptions were made:
    • France includes the overseas departments as well as overseas collectivities.
    • The United Kingdom includes the Crown dependencies as well as the overseas territories.
    • The United States of America includes the insular areas.
    • The Netherlands includes Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles.
    • Denmark includes Greenland and the Faroe islands.
    • China includes the SARs of Hong Kong and Macao.
Date 11 January 2010
  • Vector map from BlankMap-World6, compact.svg by Canuckguy et al.
  • Data from Death and DALY estimates for 2004 by cause for WHO Member States (Persons, all ages) (2009-11-12)
  • Combined by Lokal_Profil
Author Lokal_Profil
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