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Demand for research in tinnitus tends to be directed toward cure rather than toward efforts to understand the nature of the problem. In a condition that suffers the complex interplay of sensory, central, and psychologic factors and where little is known, this seems the wrong way around. Therefore, the prospects of success become more a question of chance, and of trial and error, than of planned research.

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Author(s): Ellis Douek


auditory sensations, psychologic factors, auditory sensations, psychologic factors

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