Prevalence of musical hallucinations in patients referred for audiometric testing.

@article{Teunisse2012PrevalenceOM,
  title={Prevalence of musical hallucinations in patients referred for audiometric testing.},
  author={Robert J Teunisse and Marcel G M Olde Rikkert},
  journal={The American journal of geriatric psychiatry : official journal of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={1075-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the prevalence of musical hallucinations in patients referred for audiometric testing and to analyze associations with age, sex, degree of hearing loss, asymmetrical hearing loss, and tinnitus. METHODS Patients referred for audiometric testing underwent a semi-structured interview on tinnitus and musical hallucinations. RESULTS Out of 194 patients, most of whom had mild to moderate hearing loss, seven (3.6%) had musical hallucinations. Significant associations were found… CONTINUE READING
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