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Research Paper Open Access
Both clinical and neurophysiological data suggest that chronic tinnitus is characterized by focal brain activation. In the study reported here, pulsed magnetic-field therapy induced a highly significant increase of average total power for the delta, theta, and alpha frequency bands, predominantly within the frontal regions of the brain. We conclude that pulsed magnetic-field therapy induces changes of the electroencephalography pattern that correlated with a decrease in tinnitus symptoms.
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Author(s): Elmar WJ Weiler and Klaus Brill
pulsed magnetic field therapy, quantitative EEG, therapy, tinnitus