Approximately one in 10 adults in the U.S. experience tinnitus, and durations of occupational and leisure time noise exposures are correlated with rates of tinnitus and are likely targetable risk factors
Articles tagged with "tinnitus"
The analysis did not identify any changes in neural connectivity following treatment in patients with bothersome tinnitus
Literature shows a decrease of mean tinnitus questionnaire score after unilateral cochlear implantation; however, there is also a chance of increasing burden of existing tinnitus
Repetitive transcranial magnetic pulses may improve symptoms of tinnitus
By slightly modifying a drug currently used to treat epilepsy, researchers have come up with a new compound with the potential for superior efficacy in treating the disease, with fewer side effects. The bonus? The new compound may provide a way to prevent the development of tinnitus. In a study published in the Journal of […]
New studies suggest brain’s neural network including amygdala, reticular formation, and hippocampus involved in tinnitus
Pharmaceutical research on treating inner ear disorders ramps up
New recommendations for clinical practice guidelines on focus on primary persistent tinnitus.
The National Institutes of Deafness and Other Communicable Disorders will conduct a yearlong trial to test vagus nerve stimulation as a treatment option for tinnitus
A 53-year-old man with a one-month history of bilateral tinnitus. An MRI detected a sphenoid tumor incidentally, and a contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan revealed a partially enhanced tumor in the left sphenoidal sinus that destroyed part of the skull base.