[Tinnitus. I.--pathophysiology].

@article{Chemiski2001TinnitusI,
  title={[Tinnitus. I.--pathophysiology].},
  author={Konrad Chełmiński and Marta Chełmińska},
  journal={Polski merkuriusz lekarski : organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lekarskiego},
  year={2001},
  volume={10 57},
  pages={195-7}
}
Tinnitus is a sound impression in one or both ears appearing without any acoustic impulses from the environment. It can be a morbid symptom coming either from different parts of the auditory path (from the external auditory meatus to the auditory area in the cerebral cortex) or other organs. Usually ear noise is accompanied by hypacusis. According to… CONTINUE READING