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Functional (psychogenic) movement disorders associated with normal scores in psychological questionnaires: A case control study.
OBJECTIVE Functional movement disorders (FMDs) fall within the broader category called functional neurological symptom disorder (FNSD). New DSM-5 criteria for FNSD no longer require the presence of aExpand
Can repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation increase muscle strength in functional neurological paresis? A proof‐of‐principle study
Therapeutic options are limited in functional neurological paresis disorder. Earlier intervention studies did not control for a placebo effect, hampering assessment of effectivity. AExpand
Cortical Tonotopic Map Changes in Humans Are Larger in Hearing Loss Than in Additional Tinnitus
Neural plasticity due to hearing loss results in tonotopic map changes. Several studies have suggested a relation between hearing loss-induced tonotopic reorganization and tinnitus. This large fMRIExpand
Profiling intermittent tinnitus: a retrospective review
Abstract Objective: We conducted a retrospective review of medical records of tinnitus patients at a tertiary ENT clinic in Groningen, Netherlands. Our goal was to identify factors thatExpand
Association Between Subjective Tinnitus and Cervical Spine or Temporomandibular Disorders: A Systematic Review
Movements of the neck and jaw may modulate the loudness and pitch of tinnitus. The aim of the present study was to systematically analyze the strength of associations between subjective tinnitus,Expand
Hyperacusis in tinnitus patients relates to enlarged subcortical and cortical responses to sound except at the tinnitus frequency
Hyperacusis, a hypersensitivity to sounds of mild to moderate intensity, has been related to increased neural gain along the auditory pathway. To date, there is still uncertainty on the neuralExpand
An Auditory Phantom Percept That Does Not Impair External Sound Perception
Gray matter declines with age and hearing loss, but is partially maintained in tinnitus
The impact of age-related hearing loss extends beyond the auditory pathway and impacts brain areas related to cognitive impairment and even dementia. The presence of tinnitus, a sensation of soundExpand
Macrostructural Changes of the Acoustic Radiation in Humans with Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Revealed with Fixel-Based Analysis
Age-related hearing loss is the most prevalent sensory impairment in the older adult population and is related to noise-induced damage or age-related deterioration of the peripheral auditory system.Expand
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