Women with primary ovarian insufficiency have lower bone mineral density. F. Amarante, L.C. Vilodre, M.A. Maturana and P.M. Spritzer.
Figure 1. Bone mineral density (BMD) of the primary ovarian insufficiency (POI, N = 32) and premenopausal reference (N = 25) groups. A, L1-L4 lumbar bone mineral density (*P = 0.040; Student t-test). B, Femoral bone mineral density.