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Male genitourinary diseases

Country (per 100000 population in 2012)

The United Republic of Tanzania is the top country by male genitourinary diseases in the world. As of 2012, male genitourinary diseases in the United Republic of Tanzania was 45.67 per 100000 population. The top 5 countries also includes Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Cabo Verde, and Djibouti.

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United Republic of Tanzania 45.67 WHO
Cameroon 17.96 WHO
Sierra Leone 17.02 WHO
Cabo Verde 16.32 WHO
Djibouti 16.31 WHO
Mozambique 15.55 WHO
Benin 15.39 WHO
Nigeria 14.69 WHO
Comoros 14.45 WHO
South Africa 14.33 WHO
Mali 13.76 WHO
Côte d'Ivoire 13.47 WHO
Senegal 13.41 WHO
Guinea 13.2 WHO
Morocco 12.57 WHO
South Sudan 12.56 WHO
Uganda 12.15 WHO
Burundi 12.1 WHO
Ghana 12.04 WHO
Rwanda 11.89 WHO
Malawi 11.73 WHO
Togo 11.71 WHO
Mongolia 11.55 WHO
Guinea Bissau 11.53 WHO
El Salvador 11.25 WHO
India 11.16 WHO
Sudan 11.09 WHO
Eritrea 10.42 WHO
Liberia 10.19 WHO
Gambia 10.16 WHO
Bangladesh 10 WHO
Philippines 9.96 WHO
Malaysia 9.96 WHO
Burkina Faso 9.89 WHO
Chad 9.8 WHO
Haiti 9.8 WHO
Niger 9.67 WHO
Equatorial Guinea 9.6 WHO
Barbados 9.55 WHO
Iran 9.52 WHO
Thailand 9.51 WHO
Mauritania 9.35 WHO
Peru 9.31 WHO
Trinidad and Tobago 9.04 WHO
Honduras 8.99 WHO
Somalia 8.61 WHO
Zambia 7.74 WHO
Algeria 7.69 WHO
Suriname 7.68 WHO
Bahrain 7.45 WHO
Uzbekistan 7.39 WHO
Angola 7.12 WHO
Argentina 7.1 WHO
Brazil 6.98 WHO
Armenia 6.98 WHO
Guyana 6.97 WHO
Bhutan 6.83 WHO
Pakistan 6.76 WHO
Bolivia 6.57 WHO
Bahamas 6.44 WHO
Paraguay 6.36 WHO
Gabon 6.23 WHO
United Kingdom 6 WHO
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 5.93 WHO
Colombia 5.92 WHO
Uruguay 5.52 WHO
Nicaragua 5.48 WHO
Congo 5.37 WHO
Madagascar 5.34 WHO
Nepal 5.27 WHO
Saudi Arabia 5.21 WHO
Fiji 5.19 WHO
Kazakhstan 5.18 WHO
Portugal 5.07 WHO
Iraq 5.03 WHO
Maldives 4.92 WHO
Netherlands 4.72 WHO
Ethiopia 4.67 WHO
Democratic Republic of the Congo 4.52 WHO
Guatemala 4.46 WHO
United Arab Emirates 4.36 WHO
Belgium 4.31 WHO
Eswatini 4.27 WHO
Indonesia 4.21 WHO
Belarus 4.13 WHO
Lesotho 4.09 WHO
Jordan 4.07 WHO
Russian Federation 4.06 WHO
Jamaica 4.05 WHO
Azerbaijan 4.02 WHO
Namibia 4.01 WHO
Timor-Leste 4 WHO
Panama 3.94 WHO
Qatar 3.93 WHO
Singapore 3.85 WHO
Chile 3.8 WHO
Bulgaria 3.77 WHO
Israel 3.69 WHO
Tajikistan 3.6 WHO
Botswana 3.5 WHO
Ecuador 3.45 WHO
Central African Republic 3.38 WHO
Turkmenistan 3.35 WHO
Mexico 3.35 WHO
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.29 WHO
Myanmar 3.2 WHO
Libya 3.1 WHO
Egypt 3.07 WHO
Spain 3.04 WHO
Brunei Darussalam 2.99 WHO
Zimbabwe 2.82 WHO
Lebanon 2.82 WHO
Croatia 2.78 WHO
Belize 2.78 WHO
Tunisia 2.75 WHO
Turkey 2.7 WHO
Albania 2.69 WHO
Cyprus 2.64 WHO
Ireland 2.62 WHO
Ukraine 2.61 WHO
Norway 2.55 WHO
Oman 2.48 WHO
Costa Rica 2.39 WHO
Yemen 2.36 WHO
Viet Nam 2.29 WHO
Denmark 2.28 WHO
Poland 2.22 WHO
Kuwait 2.15 WHO
New Zealand 2.06 WHO
Malta 2.06 WHO
Lao People’s Democratic Republic 2.03 WHO
Republic of Moldova 2.02 WHO
Mauritius 1.98 WHO
Germany 1.98 WHO
United States of America 1.82 WHO
Canada 1.77 WHO
Georgia 1.71 WHO
China 1.67 WHO
Cambodia 1.66 WHO
France 1.59 WHO
Dominican Republic 1.58 WHO
Switzerland 1.47 WHO
Sweden 1.46 WHO
Slovenia 1.45 WHO
Latvia 1.36 WHO
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 1.35 WHO
Austria 1.26 WHO
Montenegro 1.24 WHO
Japan 1.21 WHO
Hungary 1.21 WHO
Australia 1.21 WHO
Kenya 1.16 WHO
Lithuania 1.15 WHO
Republic of Korea 1.13 WHO
Czech Republic 1.05 WHO
Afghanistan 1.04 WHO
Serbia 1.02 WHO
Greece 0.93 WHO
Slovakia 0.92 WHO
Luxembourg 0.87 WHO
Solomon Islands 0.8 WHO
Kyrgyzstan 0.79 WHO
Italy 0.79 WHO
Estonia 0.77 WHO
Cuba 0.74 WHO
Finland 0.56 WHO
Papua New Guinea 0.54 WHO
Syrian Arab Republic 0.5 WHO
Iceland 0.49 WHO
Romania 0.15 WHO
Sri Lanka 0.11 WHO
North Macedonia 0.02 WHO

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