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“…[3][4][5][6] There are several hypothesized reasons for this but data for testing the underlying factors are limited. 2 Research to date has shown that only a portion of the higher stroke mortality can be explained by traditional risk factors.7-10 SB has been defined using state of residence at time of death. Population migration may contribute to differences in regional mortality rates but few US studies have considered the impact of population redistribution on geographic disparities in stroke incidence and mortality.…”
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“…[3][4][5][6] There are several hypothesized reasons for this but data for testing the underlying factors are limited. 2 Research to date has shown that only a portion of the higher stroke mortality can be explained by traditional risk factors.7-10 SB has been defined using state of residence at time of death. Population migration may contribute to differences in regional mortality rates but few US studies have considered the impact of population redistribution on geographic disparities in stroke incidence and mortality.…”
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“…The Stroke Belt region (SB) in the southeastern United States has higher stroke mortality than the rest of the United States, 1,2 and national data suggest that similar regional differences exist in stroke incidence. [3][4][5][6] There are several hypothesized reasons for this but data for testing the underlying factors are limited.…”
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“…The "stroke belt," an 8-state region in the southeastern US, defined for its disproportionately high stroke mortality rates, 1,2 has been present since at least 1940, and persists despite recent decreases in stroke mortality, overall. 3 Differences in vascular risk factors may explain approximately half of the excess burden, 4 yet underlying drivers in this region are not fully understood.…”
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