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Fig. 2

From: The epidemiology of wrist and hand injury in two hospitals in Jerusalem: substantial differences between population subgroups

Fig. 2

Significant differences between different segments of the Jewish population according to reported degree of religiosity for age groups (a), injury type (excluding explosion and burn injuries) (b) and mechanism of injury (c, most frequent mechanism presented) and the injury setting (d). Explosion and burn injuries were uncommon in this population. Burn injuries were occurred in 1, 2 and 1 patients in the Religious, Traditional and Secular patients, respectively. Explosion injuries occurred in 1, 3 and 4 patients in the ultra-Orthodox, Religious and Secular patients, respectively. The significant results show dependence between the variables. Results presented with 95% confidence interval error bars

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