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Systematic Review on Healthcare and Societal Costs of Tinnitus

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Schlee, Winfried ; Lugo, Alessandra ; Borroni, Elisa ; Cederroth, Christopher R. ; Cima, Rilana ; Kikidis, Dimitris ; Langguth, Berthold ; Gallus, Silvano ; Trochidis, Ilias
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Tinnitus disability is a heterogeneous and complex condition, affecting more than 10% and compromising the quality of life of 2% of the population, with multiple contributors, often unknown, and enigmatic pathophysiology. The available treatment options are unsatisfactory, as they can, at best, reduce tinnitus severity, but not eliminate its perception. Given the spread of tinnitus and the lack ...


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