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Neurotology Open Access
Biochemical mechanisms are a significant factor in neurootological problems. Investigation of biochemical causes of neurootological problems, such as tinnitus, are warranted and can be cost-effective. Dietary, nutritional, chemical, hormonal, immunological, and stress factors are involved directly in neurootological problems and must be evaluated and considered in designing the treatment regimen for patients complaining of tinnitus.
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Author(s): Wallace Rubin
Nutrition, Biochemistry, and Tinnitus