Auditory sensori-neural alterations induced by salicylate

  title={Auditory sensori-neural alterations induced by salicylate},
  author={Y. Cazals},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  • Y. Cazals
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Progress in Neurobiology
  • Early after the development of aspirin, almost 150 years ago, its auditory toxicity has been associated with high doses employed in the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases. Tinnitus, loss of absolute acoustic sensitivity and alterations of perceived sounds are the three auditory alterations described by human subjects after ingestion of large doses of salicylate. They develop over the initials days of treatment but may then level off, fluctuate or decrease, and are reversible within a… CONTINUE READING
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