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Temporomandibular Joint Disorder Complaints in Tinnitus: Further Hints for a Putative Tinnitus Subtype

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Vielsmeier, Veronika ; Sturtz, Jürgen ; Kleinjung, Tobias ; Schecklmann, Martin ; Kreuzer, Peter M. ; Landgrebe, Michael ; Langguth, Berthold
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Abstract

Objective Tinnitus is considered to be highly heterogeneous with respect to its etiology, its comorbidities and the response to specific interventions. Subtyping is recommended, but it remains to be determined which criteria are useful, since it has not yet been clearly demonstrated whether and to which extent etiologic factors, comorbid states and interventional response are related to each ...

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