This patient will require open reduction of that fracture, possible resection or repair of the descending femoral artery, and possibly a vein graft. If the fracture was caused by such as a gunshot then we're looking at other nastiness as well. This person suffers from prodromal rheumatoid arthritis noting the severe calcification at the trocantor sutures and femoral socket.
Fortunately, I see no evidence of osteoporosis, but there is a suspicion of prodromal osteomyelitis without good pre-surgical prophylaxis. I see good definition of the bone marrow, which is a hopeful sign.
Degenerative bone diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, osteomyelitis, etc) all require different treatment. Any pat diagnosis is of course improper.
Rocmike you are not a doctor. I am guessing a mental patient.