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Table 6 Causes of death showing (or not) a significant association with urbanization level and/or material deprivation (most deprived compared with less deprived)

From: Mortality, material deprivation and urbanization: exploring the social patterns of a metropolitan area

   Without statistical association with Material deprivation With statistical association with Material deprivation
With statistical association with Urbanization With statistical association MN colon, rectum, anus and anal canal Infectious and parasitic diseaseTM
MN prostate MN larynx, trachea, bronchus and lungTM
Dementia Diabetes mellitusTM
aSuicide and intentional self-harmTW Ischemic heart disease
  Cerebrovascular diseaseT
  aTransport injuriesM
  aSuicide and intentional self-harmM
  Total
Without statistical association with Urbanization MN female breast MN stomach
MN larynx, trachea, bronchus and lungW Chronic liver disease
Symptoms, signs and abnormal findingsW Symptoms, signs and abnormal findingsTM
  Transport injuriesTW
  Infectious and parasitic diseaseW
  Diabetes mellitusW
  Cerebrovascular diseaseMW
  1. Notes:a reverse statistical association. T only for Total.M only for Men W only for Women