The Neurophysiological Model of Tinnitus: A Practical Perspective

Keaton, Casie
September 2012
AudiologyOnline;Sep2012, p1
Academic Journal
The article provides a presentation by Casie Keaton, clinical sales manager at Neuromonics, Inc., delivered during an online seminar in which she discussed the neurophysiological model of tinnitus from a patient perspective. She also explained the factors to be considered in the treatment of tinnitus, such as the patient's quality of life.


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