﻿European Health Survey PREVENTATIVE PRACTICES Reason for the last mammogram, according to size of the municipality of residence. Women aged 20 years old and over who have had a mammogram at some point in time Units: percentage ;Total;She noticed a problem in her chest;Her general practitioner noticed a problem in her chest during an examination;Her gynaecologist noticed a problem in her chest during an examination;Her general practitioner recommended it without there being any problem;Her gynaecologist recommended it without there being any problem;Other women in her family have or have had breast cancer;She was given an appointment from the Autonomous Community or municipal council for an early breast cancer detection programme;Other reasons; Total;100.00;9.24;2.73;6.31;8.48;22.80;3.06;43.90;7.35; Less than or equal to 10,000 inhabitants;100.00;8.92;2.79;5.40;10.09;18.15;3.08;47.68;6.60; 10,001 to 50,000 inhabitants;100.00;11.25;2.44;6.16;6.69;19.67;2.88;45.02;7.97; 50,001 to 100,000 inhabitants;100.00;9.52;2.81;6.52;9.68;23.11;2.64;41.59;7.45; 100,001 to 400,000 inhabitants;100.00;8.60;2.64;7.09;8.96;18.79;2.85;49.32;6.93; Greater than or equal to 400,001 inhabitants;100.00;7.74;3.03;6.39;7.73;35.02;3.72;34.55;7.76; Notes: 1) The question regarding the reason for the last mammogram could have multiple responses. The symbol '.' shall be deemed as data which is not collected The symbol '..' shall be deemed as data which cannot be given due to an insufficient sample The symbol '...' shall be deemed as an error of division by zero The data corresponding to cells with fewer than 35 thousand persons must be considered with caution, as they may be affected by a high degree of sampling error. Source: National Statistics Institute