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Neurotology Open Access
Tinnitus is a common otological symptom. Usually it is subjective (perceived only by the patient); very rarely is it objective (heard by both the patient and the examiner). Objective tinnitus due to middle-ear myoclonus is extremely rare, with only a few case reports published in the literature. We present three cases of objective tinnitus caused by middle-ear myoclonus. All patients were cured by tympanotomy with stapedial and tensor tympani tendon section.
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Author(s): Avishay Golz Milo Fradis Aviram Netzer Gerd J Ridder S Thomas Westerman and Henry Z Joachimsl
Myoclonus, objective tinnitus, stapedius muscle, tensor tympani muscle