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I would like to discuss our experience with transcutaneous electrical stimulation as a treatment of tinnitus. I'd like to acknowledge my coauthor Gaye Cronin, who treated many of the patients in this study. Usually, the treatment of tinnitus is not easy. Electrical stimulation has been used to treat a number of disorders, including pain, tissue injury, circulation impairment, and the like. A number of authors have reported a decrease in tinnitus with electrical stimulation. This usually has been noticed in the treatment of profound hearing loss, using direct stimulation of the cochlea and, of course, this is not practical with the usual tinnitus patient.
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Author(s): Ronald L Steenerson and Gaye Cronin
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