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Figure 4: Sensitivity analysis for standardized mortality ratios between 1988 and 2010. (a) Scenario 1: Patients lost to follow-up were assumed to have died within the year of HIV/AIDS diagnosis. (b) Scenario 2: Patients lost to follow-up were assumed to be alive at the end of the study period. *Annual percentage change was significant with P< 0.05. Dashed line, 3-year moving average standardized mortality ratio; solid line, modeled curve; gray area around line, 95% confidence interval of standardized mortality ratio

Figure 4: Sensitivity analysis for standardized mortality ratios between 1988 and 2010. (a) Scenario 1: Patients lost to follow-up were assumed to have died within the year of HIV/AIDS diagnosis. (b) Scenario 2: Patients lost to follow-up were assumed to be alive at the end of the study period. *Annual percentage change was significant with <i>P</i>< 0.05. Dashed line, 3-year moving average standardized mortality ratio; solid line, modeled curve; gray area around line, 95% confidence interval of standardized mortality ratio