Table 1.

Age-adjusted endometrial cancer incidence rates by race and subtype, corrected and uncorrected for hysterectomy prevalence among women 50+, SEER 1992 to 2008

TypeRaceNo. of casesUncorrected rateRate ratioCorrected rateRate ratio
All
White57,96678.81.00136.01.00
Black4,98060.90.77115.50.85
API4,64247.50.6067.40.50
Hispanica4,80251.00.6582.30.61
Type I
White48,70266.31.00114.21.00
Black2,99336.40.5569.00.60
API3,75738.30.5854.10.47
Hispanica3,77939.60.6063.80.56
Type II
White3,7605.01.008.91.00
Black82010.22.0419.42.18
API3483.60.725.30.60
Hispanica4144.60.927.70.87
Malignant mixed Mullerian tumors
White25113.31.005.91.00
Black6277.82.3614.82.51
API2202.30.703.40.58
Hispanica2612.90.884.90.83
Other
White29934.11.007.01.00
Black5406.51.5912.31.76
API3173.30.804.60.66
Hispanica3483.60.885.80.83

NOTE: ICD-O-3 histology codes for type I: 8050, 8140–8141, 8143, 8210–8211, 8260–8263, 8323, 8340, 8380–8381, 8440, 8470–8471, 8480–8481, 8490, 8550, 8560, 8570, 8571–8573.

Type II: 8310, 8441, 8460–8462.

Malignant mixed Mullerian: 8950–8951, 8980–8981.

Other: All other invasive endometrial cancers.

Source: incidence data from Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) 13 areas covering about 14% of the U.S. population (CT, HI, IA, NM, UT, metropolitan Detroit, metropolitan Atlanta, rural GA, Seattle-Puget Sound, San Francisco-Oakland, San Jose-Monterey, and Los Angeles).

Hysterectomy prevalence data from BRFSS public use file.

  • aHispanic is not mutually exclusive from white, black, and Asian Pacific Islander (API).