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Audiologist Jacksonville, FL Areas of focus: Tinnitus, Hearing loss, BPPV, Balance problem By Mayo Clinic Staff Request an Appointment at Mayo Clinic Diagnosis & treatment Feb. 04, 2021 Tinnitus Symptoms & causes Dia...
Not all antidepressants cause tinnitus.
Tinnitus Tinnitus can be caused by a number of things, including broken or damaged hair cells in the part of the ear that receives sound (cochlea); changes in how blood moves through nearby blood vessels (carotid art...
Study IDs Site IRB Rochester, Minnesota: 18-007120 NCT ID: NCT03988699 Sponsor Protocol Number: 18-007120 About this study The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of implementing a novel Tinnitus Implant System for s...
The primary focus of the study is on LT tinnitus reduction.
Unilateral hearing loss and tinnitus are common symptoms, and hearing loss can persist after treatment.
Find open clinical trials related to the following topics: Acoustic neuromas (also known as vestibular schwannomas) Audiology Cochlear implants Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery Head and neck cancer or surgery Hearing genomics Sinusitis Skull...
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