Prevalence of Ataxia

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#1. Start with per 100,000 numbers

Dominant hereditary ataxia (i.e., SCA)

Low: per 100,000
High: per 100,000

Recessive hereditary ataxia (i.e., Friedreich's ataxia)

Low: per 100,000
High: per 100,000

#2. Give a ratio for sporadic types

Sporadic is AKA acquired AKA nonhereditary AKA nongenetic.
Sporadic / hereditary ratio:

#3. Choose a population size

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Per 100,000
Per population, in millions:
Reference
World7300
China1373
The Americas982
U.S.A. (2015)322
U.S.A. (1995)266
Germany81
U.K.64
Canada36
Australia24

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Results

Low Avg. High
Dominant
Recessive
Sporadic
Total
SCA breakdown
Based on North America
Low Avg. High
SCA1
SCA2
SCA3
SCA6
SCA7
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