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Measured by levels

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Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Level 4

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Level 5

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Level 6

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Level 7

Classification system

Level 1: Minimum hair loss.
Level 2: Small recession of the hairline, the density slowly fades.
Level 3: The recession is accentuated, the pattern starts showing in the crown.
Level 4: The baldness is accentuated with little or no hair on the top part of the head.
Level 5: The line dividing the front and crown is diminished.
Level 6: The front and the crown merge, leaving few hair spots in between.
Level 7: This is the highest degree of baldness, where there is only a strip of hair stretching from ear to ear.

The Norwood scale
The Norwood scale is a classification system that helps diagnose alopecia, measuring the baldness degree of the patient. For this, a graphic pattern is used to explain the progressiveness of the condition.

Results

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