Tinnitus. More can be done than most GPs think.

  • John Tonkin
  • Published 2002 in Australian family physician


BACKGROUND Tinnitus is the appreciation of sound arising from an internal source. The sound may be pulsating and arising from a vascular cord near the ear or it may arise from pathology in the inner ear. When pathology in the inner ear is the cause of the tinnitus, the tinnitus is nonpulsating, continuous and may have variable frequencies and intensity… (More)


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