Norwood Scale Male Pattern Baldness
Male-pattern hair loss (MPHL), also known as androgenic alopecia and male pattern baldness, is hair loss that occurs due to an underlying susceptibility of hair follicles to shrinkage due to the influence of androgenic hormones.
The norwood scale is the most common used scale for self diagnosis of hair loss/hair thinning ranging from stages 1-7. It is a good indication of baldness for consultations and treatments that may be required. Below is an overview showing the different stages of hairloss and hair thinning.
Norwood Hairloss Type 1
This type describes the least amount of loss.
Norwood Hairloss Type 2
This type describes a small amount of loss with a small amount of recession in the frontal hairline.
Norwood Hairloss Type 3
This type describes a small to moderate amount of loss.
Norwood Hairloss Type 4
This type describes a moderate amount of loss.
Norwood Hairloss Type 5
This type describes a moderate to large amount of loss.
Norwood Hairloss Type 6
This type describes a large amount of loss.
Norwood Hairloss Type 7
This type describes the highest amount of loss.
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