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Of the women who gained a lot of hip bone--8% or more--the first year, 64% lost an average of 1% of hip bone the second year.
Mr Thomas said the fact that the operation was performed meant the injury was probably to the head of the hip bone.
Ward compared the Proconsul hip bone to 275 hip bones from modern monkeys and apes.
According to Dr Roger Benson of the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, who identified the find, "The bone is unambiguously identifiable as a tyrannosaur because these dinosaurs have very distinctive hip bones."
Patients injected with the long-acting, highly potent bisphosphonate within 35 days after suffering a stroke lost significantly less hip bone mineral density than matched control patients who received a placebo, Kenneth Poole, B.M., reported at the annual conference of the National Osteoporosis Society.
Scientists at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha are using the recipient's own blood, rather than the usual bone marrow from the hip bone, to supply the "primitive" stem cells that differentiate into the various types of blood cells.
The Irish Mirror revealed yesterday how superfan Maggie Keating bought Joe's hip bone on eBay in 2004 for [euro]690.
"She was kind of gyrating into me, but she was so thin that her pelvic or hip bone or some kind of bone bruised me.
Washington, May 7 (ANI): Scientists have found that postmenopausal women with vasomotor symptoms (VMS) - which include hot flashes and night sweats - are more likely to have lower lumbar and total hip bone mineral density than those without VMS.
Before the advent of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), studies seemed to show that although advanced HIV disease was associated with decreased bone turnover, HIV-positive individuals and controls had similar spine and hip bone mineral density (BMD), said Dr.
A hip bone was protruding through her skin and she had to be put down.
Gaga did not need to show us her actual hip bone to prove she is on the mend.