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Experiments in Rhinology & Otolaryngology

Tinnitus: Diagnosis and Treatment Options

Submission: August 17, 2017;Published: September 19, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/ERO.2017.01.000502

ISSN: 2637-7780
Volume1 Issue1


Tinnitus derived from the Latin “tinnire” meaning “to ring” is a perceived ringing, buzzing, or hissing in the ear(s) or around the head which has multiple etiologies and is sometimes idiopathic. As of 2009 in the United States, approximately 50 million Americans were affected for six months or greater, while a United Kingdom study in 2000 reported 10% prevalence in the adult population [1]. Tinnitus may vary widely with regard to pitch, loudness, description of sound, special localization, and temporal pattern [2]. Most often, tinnitus is associated with other aural symptoms, such as hearing loss and hyperacusis [3]. Tinnitus may result in sleep disturbances, work impairments, and distress.

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