Classification Of Hair Loss In Men

Classification Of Hair Loss In Men

Class I
Stands for an adolescent or juvenile hairline and is actually not balding. The adolescent hairline generally rests on the upper brow crease.

Class II
Indicates a progression towards the hairline for adults that the breath of a finger (1.5 cm) is above the upper brow crease, with some temporary recession. This is also not represent balding.

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Class III
The earliest stage of hair loss in men. It is characterized by a temporary floor recession.

Class IV
Characterized by the further expansion of vertex and frontal hair loss, but there is still a full band of hair at the top (mid-scalp) for separating and vertex.

Class V
The bare spots in the front and to increase the crown and further separate the bridge from its the two areas begins to break down.

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Class VI
Occurs when the connecting bridge of hair disappears giving a large bald area at the front and top of the scalp. The hair on the sides of the scalp remains relatively high.

Class VII
Patients have extensive hair loss with only a wreath of still in the back and sides of the hair.

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