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There are seven levels of loss in the Norwood scale:


Norwood 1

Normal head of hair with no visible hair loss.


Norwood 2

The hair is receding in a wedge-shaped pattern.


Norwood 3

Same receding pattern as Norwood 2, except the hairline has receded deeper into the frontal area and the temporal area.


Norwood 4

Hairline has receded more dramatically in the frontal region and temporal area than Norwood 3 and there is the beginnings of a bald spot at the back of the head.


Norwood 5

Same pattern as Norwood 4 but much reduced hair density.


Norwood 6

The strip of hair connecting the two sides of the head that existed in Norwood 4 and 5 no longer exists in Norwood 6.


Norwood 7

Norwood 7 shows hair receding all the way back to the base of the head and the sides just above the ears.

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