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Table 1 MS prevalence in Russia at different time periods

From: Epidemiology of MS in Russia, a historical review

Cities/regions 1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-2010
Eastern and Central parts of Russia (near 50 mlns of population, 90 % Slavonik)
 Karelia 30   45
 Pskov 55   62
 Moscow   44 55
 Orel   42  
 Yaroslavl   42 43
 Kostroma   35  
 Voronezh   67  
 Nizhniy Novgorod   38 39
 Ryazan   61  
Volga-river regions (near 30 mlns of population, 40 % Slavonik, 50 % Turks, 10 % others)
 Republic of Tatarstan   32 33
 Kazan (capital of Tatarstan)   38 46
 Republic of Bashkiria 35 50 56
 Northern parts of Bashkiria   79  
 Ufa (capital of Bashkiria)   31 59
 Republic of Chuvashia 14 19  
Southern parts of Russia and the Northern Caucuses (near 30 mlns of population, 40 % Slavonik, 60 % others – ethnic groups of the Northern Caucuses)
 Stavropol   24 30
 Rostov-na-Dony   26 30
 Volgograd   32  
 Republic of Karachaero-Cherkessia   17 20
 Republic of Dagestan   10 19
 Republic of Adigea   13 18
 Republic of Northern Osetia   16 20
 Republic of Chechnya   5 9
Ural region and the Western Siberia (near 10 mlns of population, 70 % Slavonik, 30 % others)
 Tyumen   19 34
 Chanti-Mansiysk region   21 25
 Yamalo-Nentskyi region   20  
 Salechadr    29
 Tomsk   22 27
 Siktivkar    28
 Cheliabinsks    51
 Novosibirsk   50 60
The Eastern Siberia and the Far East (near 5 mlns of population, 80 % Slavonik, 20 % others)
 Irkutsk 14 27 30
 Blagoveshensks   34 58
 Amur region   50  
 Yakutsk 4   19
 Altay region    40
 The Primorsk region   10 17
 Vladivostok   11 16
 The Northern part of Sakhalin    19
 The Southern part of Sakhalin    17
 The Northern part of Kamchatka   12 17
 The Southern part of Kamchatka   15 23
 Magadan    11