Management of palatal myoclonic tinnitus based on clinical characteristics: a large case series study

@article{Park2020ManagementOP,
  title={Management of palatal myoclonic tinnitus based on clinical characteristics: a large case series study},
  author={Jung Mee Park and Woo Jin Kim and Jae Sang Han and So Young Park and Shi-Nae Park},
  journal={Acta Oto-Laryngologica},
  year={2020},
  volume={140},
  pages={553 - 557}
}
  • Jung Mee Park, Woo Jin Kim, +2 authors Shi-Nae Park
  • Published 14 May 2020
  • Medicine
  • Acta Oto-Laryngologica
Abstract Background: Palatal myoclonic tinnitus (PMT) is a rare otological condition caused by rhythmic contractions of soft palate muscles. Due to its rarity, only a few case series studies have been reported in the literature at the present time. Aims: This large case series study reviews treatment outcomes of PMT patients over the past 15 years based on clinical characteristics. Materials and methods: Between the year 2003 and 2018, 54 patients with a diagnosis of PMT were assessed. Clinical… 

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