You mentioned "NW class 6" but the Before picture shows a reasonable amount of hair. Is the Before what's considered a NW6? (just curious since there are various definitions)
Good question. The patient had light coverage across the top of the scalp, but lacked the connecting bridge of hair that defines a Norwood Class 5. To be more precise, he is an early, thinning NW6. He could also be classified as DPA (diffuse patterned hair loss) i.e., thinning across the top of the scalp with good back and sides. Sorry, I don't have additional photos to illustrate.
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