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Classification of Hair Loss in Men

by Dr. Sangay Bhutia Hair Transplant Surgeon
The most commonly used classification for hair loss was given by Dr. Norwood, according to which the hair loss starts in both the sequential areas and also vertex which then development to involve who
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This progression is seen in the Norwood system of classification. No recession or minimal recession of hairline. The start of the recession of hairline or there is some recession in the temporal region. More marked deepening of the recession in the temporal region and may also involve crown or vertex area where it is then called Type III vertex.

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