Deafferentation-based pathophysiological differences in phantom sound: Tinnitus with and without hearing loss

Abstract

Tinnitus has been considered an auditory phantom percept. Recently a theoretical multiphase compensation mechanism at a cortical level has been hypothesized linking auditory deafferentation to tinnitus. This Bayesian brain model predicts that two very different kinds of tinnitus should exist, depending on the amount of hearing loss: an auditory cortex… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.12.002

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@article{Vanneste2016DeafferentationbasedPD, title={Deafferentation-based pathophysiological differences in phantom sound: Tinnitus with and without hearing loss}, author={Sven Vanneste and Dirk De Ridder}, journal={NeuroImage}, year={2016}, volume={129}, pages={80-94} }