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Editorial Open Access
Expectations are high for continuation of significant advances in the discipline of tinnitology for the benefit of the tinnitus patient in 1999. The significant advances in tinnitology reported in 1997 and 1998 are expected to continue in 1999. We foresee attempts to improve the accuracy of tinnitus diagnosis and anticipate the introduction of treatment modalities that offer to tinnitus patients increased efficacy for achieving tinnitus relief (i.e., tinnitus control).
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Author(s): Abraham Shulman
tinnitology , vestibular stimulation. , pathologies of ischemia , TINNITUS DIAGNOSIS, craniocorpography, tinnitology , vestibular stimulation. , pathologies of ischemia , TINNITUS DIAGNOSIS, craniocorpography