Contributions of the Brainstem to the auditory and non-auditory components of Tinnitus – Cleveland Clinic information and more

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  1. Contributions of the Brainstem to the auditory and non-auditory components of Tinnitus James A. Kaltenbach, Ph.D Department of Neurosciences Lerner Research Institute and Head and Neck Institute Cleveland Clinic  https://www.ncrar.research.va.gov/Conference/Documents/PPT/Kaltenbach.pdf
    Outline of this presentation

Part 1- The brainstem as a tinnitus generator
Part 2-The brainstem as a tinnitus modulator
Part 3-The brainstem’s role in tinnitus comorbidities

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