Women with primary ovarian insufficiency have lower bone mineral density. F. Amarante, L.C. Vilodre, M.A. Maturana and P.M. Spritzer. Braz J Med Biol Res 2011; 44: 78-83.

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.