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Neuromodulation for the Treatment of Tinnitus

Lee JM, Moon IS

Tinnitus is a perception of sounds in the absence of external noise. Tinnitus can affect an individual's life, prevent productive work or impair the quality of life. There are 2...
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Microvascular Decompression for Tinnitus

Ko Y

Tinnitus had been considered a surgically incurable disease, given the failure of several treatment methods. Jannetta reported that tinnitus is one of the hyperactive diseases of the cranial nerve along...
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Intratympanic Steroid Injection in Tinnitus Management

Shim HJ

Intratympanic (IT) steroid injection has been used increasingly in various inner ear diseases instead of systemic steroid, because of the higher concentration of the drug into the target organ and...
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Tinnitus Retraining Therapy

Shin JW, Lee HK

According to the Jastreboff's neurophysiological model of tinnitus, if negative associations are attached to the tinnitus signal, tinnitus is perceived to be a threat or a danger and it activates...
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Pharmacological Treatments for Tinnitus

Park SY

Pharmacotherapy has been constantly chosen by the clinician among the available treatment options for tinnitus. Medications that have been prescribed off-label to treat tinnitus can be grouped into several categories:...
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Tinnitus Assessment

Yang CW, Byun JY

Tinnitus is a common medical condition where patients perceive unwanted noise in the absence of environmental stimuli. However, it is very difficult to find out definite causes of each patient's...
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Objective Tinnitus

Park SN

Objective tinnitus originates from the para-auditory structures of the head and neck and can be heard or documented by examiner. Three representative forms of objective tinnitus, according to the causal...
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The Role of Psychological Factors in Tinnitus

Jang EY, Yi JH

Based on the limitation of biomedical model of tinnitus, more attention has been paid to personalities or psychological aspects. Depressive disorder, anxiety disorder, and sleep disturbance were comorbid illnesses of...
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Functional Imaging of Tinnitus

Kim JH, Lee HJ

Tinnitus is an auditory phantom characterized by the perception of sound without the presence of an external acoustical source. The peripheral auditory system is considered to contribute to the initiation...
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The Pathophysiologic Mechanism of Tinnitus

Chung JH, Lee SH

Tinnitus represents a phantom auditory sensation without an external sound source. The reported prevalence of tinnitus estimates 15-20% in world population. Although severe tinnitus might be associated with deterioration of...
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Tinnitus: Overview

Park CW

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