Asymmetry of the Receding Hairline in Men With Early Androgenetic Alopecia

An original article by Dr. Reza Azar, Prof. Alexander Horst Thomas, Prof. Marcus Maurer and Prof. Gerd Lindner

The Norwood classification system is commonly used to ascertain the progress of androgenetic alopecia
(AGA) with a robust and quick assessment, but it lacks precision in the frontal region, notably during the onset of male pattern hair loss; the researchers aim to develop simple quantitative methods for measuring the progression of AGA that complement the Norwood classification system, to determine more precisely the recessing hairline characteristics in early stages of hair loss.

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