alexa Abstract | A Systematic Classification of Tinnitus Generator . Mechanisms

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Abstract

Largely unknown causes and innumerable assumed mechanisms conceivably could be involved in the generation of tinnitus. Indeed, tinnitus is so complex and so manifold that a systematic classification could prove helpful. Here represented is a systematic classification that is suitable for scientific communication, for explaining tinnitus models to affected patients in the course of tinnitus counseling, and as a basis for rational diagnosis of and therapy for tinnitus.

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Author(s): HansPeter Zenner

Keywords

tinnitus , scientific communication , rational diagnosis , Sensorineural tinnitus, tinnitus , scientific communication , rational diagnosis , Sensorineural tinnitus

 
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