The Prevalence of Male Pattern Baldness in Asian Men
The prevalence of male pattern baldness (MPB) in Caucasians is well documented by Norwood  and Hamilton . Takashima, Iju, and Sudo  and Kakizo  studied MPB in Japanese and found that it was minimal before the age of 40 and, although incidence increased with age, it was lower than in Caucasians.
KeywordsFourth Decade Asian Group Sixth Decade Seventh Decade Group Prevalence
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