The dorsal cochlear nucleus as a participant in the auditory, attentional and emotional components of tinnitus

@article{Kaltenbach2006TheDC,
  title={The dorsal cochlear nucleus as a participant in the auditory, attentional and emotional components of tinnitus},
  author={James A. Kaltenbach},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={216–217},
  pages={224-234}
}
The dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) has been modeled in numerous studies as a possible source of tinnitus-generating signals. This hypothesis was originally developed on the basis of evidence that the DCN becomes hyperactive following exposure to intense noise. Since these early observations, evidence that the DCN is an important contributor to tinnitus has grown considerably. In this paper, the available evidence to date will be summarized. In addition, the DCN hypothesis of tinnitus can now be… CONTINUE READING
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