Assessing the extent of the alopecia

The evolution of androgenic alopecia in men

It is provided by the Norwood Hamilton classification, which indicates the different stages of baldness in ascending order of severity on a scale of I to VII. (photo “classification hamilton”).


The evolution of androgenic alopecia in women

In genetically predisposed women, particularly in menopause when oestrogen levels that protected the DHT decrease, hair loss is more diffuse and widespread than in men. Thereby, women don't have bald spots but note an overall scarcity of hair with a progressive enlargement of the median line. This is called diffuse alopecia.

The evolution of androgenic alopecia in women is provided by the Ludwig classification, which indicates the different stages of female pattern baldness in ascending order of severity on a scale of I to III. (photo “classification Ludwig”).

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