Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high-frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level

@article{Weisz2003AbnormalAM,
  title={Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high-frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level},
  author={Nathan Weisz and Sandra Voss and Patrick Berg and Thomas Elbert},
  journal={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={8 - 8}
}
Tinnitus is an auditory sensation frequently following hearing loss. After cochlear injury, deafferented neurons become sensitive to neighbouring intact edge-frequencies, guiding an enhanced central representation of these frequencies. As psychoacoustical data [1–3] indicate enhanced frequency discrimination ability for edge-frequencies that may be related to a reorganization within the auditory cortex, the aim of the present study was twofold: 1) to search for abnormal auditory mismatch… CONTINUE READING

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Tinnitus is an auditory sensation frequently following hearing loss .
Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high - frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level .
Tinnitus is an auditory sensation frequently following hearing loss .
Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high - frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level .
Tinnitus is an auditory sensation frequently following hearing loss .
Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high - frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level .
Tinnitus is an auditory sensation frequently following hearing loss .
Abnormal auditory mismatch response in tinnitus sufferers with high - frequency hearing loss is associated with subjective distress level .
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