Tinnitus and musical hallucinosis: The same but more

@article{Vanneste2013TinnitusAM,
  title={Tinnitus and musical hallucinosis: The same but more},
  author={Sven Vanneste and Jae-Jin Song and Dirk De Ridder},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2013},
  volume={82},
  pages={373-383}
}
While tinnitus can be interpreted as a simple or elementary form of auditory phantom perception, musical hallucinosis is a more complex auditory phantom phenomenon not only limited to sound perception, but also containing semantic and musical content. It most often occurs in association with hearing loss. To elucidate the relation between simple and complex auditory phantom percepts a source localized electroencephalography (EEG) study is performed. The analyses showed in both simple and… CONTINUE READING
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