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Prevalence Statistics for Types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases

Prevalence Statistics for Types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases

The information below shows a list of types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases, with information as to the prevalence of each of these types. Estimates of the people affected are calculated based on the available statistic.

Disease Prevalence Estimate US people estimate Statistic Used for Calculation
Wegener's granulomatosis N/A N/A uncommon
Discoid lupus erythematosus N/A N/A No information
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome approx 1 in 544 or 0.18% or 500,000 people in USA 499,999 500,000 Americans (CDC/NIAID)
Lyme disease N/A N/A No information
Peyronie's disease approx 1 in 200 or 0.50% or 1.4 million people in USA 1,360,000 1 per 100 men
Huntington's Disease approx 1 in 33,333 or 0.00% or 8,160 people in USA 8,160 estimated 3-7 per 100,000 people of European ancestry suffer from Huntington disease, Genetics Home Reference website
Autism approx 1 in 500 or 0.20% or 544,000 people in USA 544,000 1 in 500 to 1 in 2,500 (NIMH); 1-in-1000 to 2-in-1000, depending on diagnostic criteria
Sydenham chorea N/A N/A No information
Rasmussen's Encephalitis N/A N/A rare
Stiff-Person Syndrome N/A N/A rare
Ulcerative colitis N/A N/A No information
Interstitial cystitis approx 1 in 321 or 0.31% or 847,000 people in USA 846,999 847,000 in the USA 1988-1994 (Weighted Analysis of 1988-1994 National Health and Nutrition Survey, 2003)
Primary sclerosing cholangitis N/A N/A No information
Bell's Palsy N/A N/A No information

Types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases

For more information about types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases, refer to our section on types of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases.

About prevalence:

The medical term 'prevalence' of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases usually refers to the estimated population of people who are managing Possibly Autoimmune Diseases at any given time, whereas the annual diagnosis rate of new cases of Possibly Autoimmune Diseases is called the 'incidence'. For more information on prevalence and incidence statistics, see about prevalence and incidence statistics.


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