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A Systematic Review of the Current Hepatitis B Viral Infection and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Situation in Mediterranean Countries

Table 3

Incidence and etiologies of HCC in the different Mediterranean countries.

HCC (people/year)% male/femaleEtiology (%)References
HBVHCVAlcoholOther

Morocco<4/100,000Male: 62.5% vs. female: 37.5%31361419[2628]
Algeria4-7.9/100,000NDND[27]
Tunisia1.49/100,000Male: 90.33% vs. female: 9.67%20441818[28, 43]
Libya8-11.9/100,000ND33341518[27, 28]
Egypt>20/100,00081.5% male and 18.5% female13631212[27, 28]
SyriaNDND32341419[28]
LebanonNDND28401715[28]
Palestine/Israel0.75/10,000ND20481517[28, 77]
France29.37/100,000; 5.39/100,000
2.9/100
Male: 88% vs. female: 12%
Male: 62% vs. female: 38%
ND15.5184.49ND[87, 88]
Spain2.8/1000
10-12/100,000
Male: 82% vs. female: 18%ND30356-15[96, 97]
ItalyMale:15.9/100,000
Female: 5.1/100,000
NDND[111, 112]
Turkey0.83/100,000Male: 81% vs. female: 19%26441911[28, 120]
Greece16.8/100,000Male: 84% vs. female: 16%7.3ND[127]
CroatiaMale: 9.5/100,000
Female: 2.9/100,000
NDND[133]

ND: no data.

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