Which femur bones are most vulnerable to osteoporosis?

A woman’s femur has an average bone density of about 7% of the body weight.

The bone can be more dense in a woman because of the way it sits.

In fact, the femur is the smallest bone in the human body, and the average size is only a few centimeters in diameter.

When women age, their bones become weaker.

But even a woman’s best bone, the calcaneus, has a low bone density, according to a new study.

The femur, or upper part of the femoral head, is one of the few bones in the body that is still in good shape.

It has an overall density of around 2%, meaning it is one-third the density of the average woman’s bone.

The female bone is also more porous than that of a man.

The more porous, or fibrous, the bone is, the less it can absorb shock and damage.

The same is true for the bones around the joints, which are made of softer tissues.

The fracture of a femur also means there is a greater chance that there will be a scar that will form around the fracture site, which can make it difficult for the patient to get a full explanation of the fracture.

If you have a fracture, you can’t get an explanation, says Dr. Marlene Ziv, a trauma surgeon at the University of British Columbia.

“A lot of times, the surgeon will say, ‘I think it’s a fracture in the femurs.’

And then there will always be that question of, ‘Well, what are the implications of this fracture?'”

Bone density is also an indicator of bone strength.

The greater the bone density is, there is less chance for fractures to fracture.

Bone density can also affect the way a fracture heals.

The strength of a fracture depends on the amount of bone you are dealing with, according, to Ziv.

For example, if you have the femor, the fracture is more likely to heal by healing by healing with collagen.

In contrast, if your femur fractures are more resistant to healing by collagen, it is likely that you will see more fractures.

The fibrous bone is the most sensitive bone to healing because it contains much of the connective tissue that supports the muscle.

It is made up of fibrous tissues that are more sensitive to pain.

It also has a lower density, so it can be broken more easily.

The higher the density, the more prone a fracture is to being fractured.

“That’s the reason that people have more fractures than normal, they’re fibrous,” says Ziv in an interview with CBC News.

“And the fibrousity of the bone makes it less resilient.”

Bone density, however, does not mean the fracture will heal as well.

In a case like the one that happened to the young woman, there were some minor fractures.

But the femori were so weak that they could not heal properly, says Zov.

The fractures were likely due to the fact that she was walking without shoes, and not using her foot as a support.

Ziv said that most fractures heal by collagen and not by bone.

This can be a sign of a more advanced fracture, as it could mean the bone could be less able to heal.

“The femur can be damaged by high energy stresses.

It’s a good indication that you’re probably in a good position to heal if you’re a young woman,” Ziv says.

Zvi said that while fractures are not necessarily bad, she does not recommend the person undergo a complete procedure like surgery.

If there is no bone mass or soft tissue around the fractures, the doctor may choose to remove the fracture for a number of reasons, such as to prevent further fracture and to treat other underlying conditions.

She also says that the person should consider not getting back on the same bike and wearing the same clothes.

“I would suggest that people who have a very serious fracture, who are in the final stages of recovery, take some time off,” says the trauma surgeon.

“It’s important to remember that a fracture can also heal, but the recovery process is slow and the person will probably be unable to get back on a bike.”

Bone fractures that heal in the hospital are usually not as serious as those that don’t, but are still a concern, Ziv warns.

“This is a serious fracture,” says she.

“Even a bone fracture can be life threatening.”

The risk of osteoporsosis can also increase when you age.

“Osteoporotic fractures are associated with a higher risk of fracture,” explains Ziv who also advises women to exercise and not drink alcohol, to keep their bones strong.

“They are a big concern if you’ve had an older fracture and you have osteoprosthetic implants,” says She says.

“If you are in an older age group and you’ve been injured by someone who has a fracture of their femur or other soft tissue