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Figure 2. From: Associations of cumulative sun exposure and phenotypic characteristics with histologic solar elastosis.

ORs for solar elastosis on all body sites in 2,304 GEM participants: cumulative sun exposure measures in eight ordered categories containing equal numbers of participants in models adjusted for age, sex, center, pigmentary characteristics and nevi; site-specific exposure also adjusted for body site (head and neck, trunk, arms, legs). Total hours and site-specific hours of sun exposure were reported by participants; site-specific UVE was calculated as total ambient UVE for an assumed average 8 hours a day multiplied by the proportion of total sun exposure hours that the site was exposed for each participant.

Nancy E. Thomas, et al. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. ;19(11):2932-2941.
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Figure 1. From: Associations of cumulative sun exposure and phenotypic characteristics with histologic solar elastosis.

Cumulative site-specific UVE dose in MJ/m2: Mean, median and interquartile range experienced at the body site by participants in GEM centers (NSW, New South Wales; TAS, Tasmania, Australia; S CAL, Southern California; N CAR, North Carolina; NJ, New Jersey, BR COL, British Columbia, Canada; ONT, Ontario, Canada; TOR, Torino, Italy). Site-specific UVE dose was calculated as total ambient UVE (estimated by NCAR for each participant’s place of residence at each decade of age) for an assumed average 8 hours a day multiplied by the proportion of total sun exposure hours that the site was exposed for each participant. This sun exposure measure takes into account both site-specific sun exposure behavior and ambient UV irradiance.

Nancy E. Thomas, et al. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. ;19(11):2932-2941.

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