A new practical classification for spatial distribution and morphology of human hair: Ahmad's LGMA classification

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Abstract

Background:

The human hair is a complex structure with a diversity within itself. There is a wide variation in distribution and spatial arrangement of hairs.

Methods:

The current classification was developed on the basis of high-resolution photographs of adult human scalp.

Results:

On the observation, the new classification consisted of 4 categories.

Conclusions:

It will help the hair restoration surgeons and dermatologists to identify the various pattern and also to help in deciding the appropriate size of the punch in FUE.

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