Tinnitus Case Studies

June 2008
ASHA Leader;6/17/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p17
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Case Study
These case studies outline the process of progressive audiologic tinnitus management in two patients. The first case study deals with a case of hearing loss and tinnitus that required mental health intervention and adjustments of hearing aid technology. The second case study involves tinnitus treated with group education methods.


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