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Responses of neurons in the inferior colliculus of the rat to AM and FM tones
The responses of units in the inferior colliculus of the urethane-anaesthetized rat were recorded extracellularly and indicate a trend in which units at successively higher levels in the pathway respond most effectively to progressively lower rates of modulation. Expand
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Tinnitus: Influence of Tinnitus Duration on Stimulation Parameter Choice and Maximal Tinnitus Suppression
Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the auditory cortex is capable of modifying tinnitus perception for a very short time, and the maximal amount of suppression and best stimulation frequency depends on the tinnitis duration. Expand
Hearing: Anatomy, Physiology, and Disorders of the Auditory System
This chapter discusses the anatomy and physiology of the ear, as well as the disorders of the auditory nervous system, and discusses Cochlear and brainstem implants. Expand
Epidemiology of Tinnitus in Adults
The prevalence of tinnitus increases monotonically up to the age of approximately 70 years, above which the prevalence either becomes constant or decreases slightly with age, and the prevalence in women up to 75 years is lower, below which the gender difference becomes small. Expand
Stimulus properties influencing the responses of inferior colliculus neurons to amplitude-modulated sounds
Although neurons in the inferior colliculus of the anesthetized rat are selectively sensitive to the modulation frequency of dynamic stimuli, the response characteristics are not invariant, but instead are closely dependent on the conditions under which the modulation is presented. Expand
Interpretation of brainstem auditory evoked potentials: results from intracranial recordings in humans.
The results of recording intracranially from the auditory nerve, lower brainstem nuclei, and the inferior colliculus in more than 40 patients operated upon for hemifacial spasm and trigeminalExpand
Vascular decompression surgery for severe tinnitus: Selection criteria and results
Of the 72 patients who were operated on and followed, 32 were women, and 54.8% experienced total relief from tinnitus or marked improvement, while only 29.3% of the men showed such relief or improvement. Expand
Tinnitus: presence and future.
Tinnitus has many forms; it can be caused by sounds generated in the body (objective tinnitus) that reaches the ear through conduction in body tissue, but much more common is the tinnitus that occursExpand
Primary and Secondary Auditory Cortex Stimulation for Intractable Tinnitus
The preliminary results of the first implanted electrodes on the primary and secondary auditory cortex after a successful TMS suppression suggest that patients with unilateral pure tone tinnitus are good surgical candidates for electrode implantation and permanent electrical stimulation of the auditory cortex, provided that the tinnitis is of recent origin and can be suppressed by TMS. Expand
The role of neural plasticity in tinnitus.
  • A. Møller
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Progress in brain research
  • 2007
The strongest promoter of expression of neural plasticity is deprivation of input, which explains why tinnitus often occurs together with hearing loss or injury to the auditory nerve. Expand