TITLE

耳鸣患者的临床特征分析

AUTHOR(S)
田欢; 王佳龙; 朱乘婧; 汪彬哲; 张瑜
PUB. DATE
June 2016
SOURCE
Progress in Modern Biomedicine;Jun2016, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p3473
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: To summarize the clinical characteristics of tinnitus patients, including accompanying symptoms,contributing factors, severity and relations with systemic diseases. Methods: We have conducted a questionnaire of 90 patients who suffer subjective tinnitus and visit of the Otolaryngology-head and Neck Surgery of the Chang Hai Hospital from May of 2011 to June of 2014,and take a record. All the patients were interviewed by the same investigator, using the same questionnaire. Results: 60.0% of patients had accompanying symptoms, mainly of that was hearing loss and ear fullness and vertigo. 8.9% of the patients had aggravating factors,mainly was mental factors and fatigue. The severity of the different gender of tinnitus patients had no significant difference(P>0.05), the severity of the tinnitus patients of different ages have obvious difference(P<0.05). Tinnitus in patients with systemic disease history and tinnitus loudness had no significant correlation(P>0.05). Conclusions: Tinnitus patients often accompanied by hearing loss, nausea and dizziness, its severity is associated with patient age, gender and systemic diseases history has nothing to do with the patient.
ACCESSION #
118031463

 

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