alexa Abstract | Cortical and Brainstem Topognostic Testing Tinnitus Patients - A Preliminary Report

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Preliminary electrophysiologic topognostic test findings suggest a method for the functional localization and quantification of tinnitus; and provides a basis for the selection and monitoring of treatment. Numerous and different locations of the tinnitus symptom have been identified. In our series approximately 24% of tinnitus patients were identified to have a peripheral origin; 35% originated in the brainstem; and 41 % at a supratentorial level.

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Author(s): Julia M Bergmann and Guillermo O Bertora


Brainstem Evoked Potentials, Brain Electrical Activity Mapping, Auditory Evoked Potentials, topognostic tinnitus testing

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