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Both diseases show an exponential increase of prevalence rates with age in all populations investigated, starting from 2-3% in the age group 65-70 and surmounting 30% beyond 90 years of age, MID and AD doubling about every 5 years. 3% at the age of 60-69, tripling every ten years of life and reaching around 3-4% at the age of 80 and over. Thus the exponential increase in prevalence is primarily due to the exponential age-dependent increase in the true morbid risk. The sex distribution for both types of dementia is still under discussion.
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Treves et al. 87 per 1000 in subjects aged 60 years and over. Females showed higher incidence rates after the age of 59. Moreover, in this study the age-specific indicence rates were higher in the European-American born citizens, than in those Afro-Asian-born. No significant variations seem to have been in AD incidence rates across the years. 2 per 100000 in the population over 30 years. 2 per 100000 in the same age-group. Both the studies showed higher incidence rates in women than in men. Analytic epidemiology of Alzheimer's disease Our knowledges on risk factors for AD are principally based on findings derived from case-control studies.