Ludwig Classification: Diagnosing Female Hair Loss

The Ludwig Classification is used to identify and characterize female pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia. Each stage is characterized by the severity of the thinning or balding, starting with mild (Type I) and progressing to extensive (Type III). By understanding this classification method, women may proactively look for the signs of hair loss that may naturally occur during the aging process. In doing so, hair loss may be more proactively diagnoses and treated. To learn more about the early diagnosis and treatment of female hair loss with the Ludwig Classification, visit this exclusive on the Miami Hair Blog.


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