Figure 1. Proportion of tuberculosis (TB) cases among prisoners in Brazil, 2009–2014. A) Geographic distribution by state of the proportions of all TB cases diagnosed among male prisoners ages 20–29. Prisoners comprised 0–47.7% of all TB cases in this age group, with highest rates at the western border of Brazil. B) Sex and age distribution of the proportions of all notified TB cases diagnosed among prisoners in Brazil for 2009 compared with 2014. Prisoners of both sexes represent an increasingly disproportionate percentage of notified cases in all age groups, and male prisoners 20–29 of age represented >25% of cases among the age group in 2014. AC, Acre; AL, Alagoas; AP, Amapá; AM, Amazonas; BA, Bahia; CE, Ceará; DF, Distrito Federal; ES, Espírito Santo; GO, Goiás; MA, Maranhão; MT, Mato Grosso; MS, Mato Grosso do Sul; MG, Minas Gerais; PR, Paraná; PB, Paraíba; PA, Pará; PE, Pernambuco; PI, Piauí; RJ, Rio de Janeiro; RN, Rio Grande do Norte; RS, Rio Grande do Sul; RO, Rondônia; RR, Roraima; SC, Santa Catarina; SE, Sergipe; SP, São Paulo; TO, Tocantins.