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Sylvester Fernandes

Department of Health Sciences, Newcastle University, Australia


Sylvester Fernandes working as research scholar in the Department of Department of Health Sciences, Newcastle University Sylvester Fernandes Editorial Board Member of many peer reviewed journals and area of expertise, as an Research Scholar credits with many publications in national and international journals. Sylvester Fernandes committed to highest standards of excellence and it proves through his/her co-authorship of many books.

Deciphering Tinnitus from the Shoulders of Giants: A Kuhnian Shift may be Required

The mechanism contributing to the causation of tinnitus continues to evade us. It is unlikely that our current thinking is progressing in the right direction. The literature on the subject is mounting but with no real insights. Perhaps we are all barking up the wrong tree! The objective of this paper is to introduce, if possible, a paradigm shift ... Read More»

Sylvester Fernandes

Review Article: Otolaryngol (Sunnyvale) 2015, 5:205

DOI: 10.4172/2161-119X.1000205

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