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Minimal Clinically Important Difference of Tinnitus Outcome Measurement Instruments—A Scoping Review

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Langguth, Berthold ; De Ridder, Dirk
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Objective: Tinnitus assessment and outcome measurement are complex, as tinnitus is a purely subjective phenomenon. Instruments used for the outcome measurement of tinnitus in the context of clinical trials include self-report questionnaires, visual analogue or numeric rating scales and psychoacoustic measurements of tinnitus loudness. For the evaluation of therapeutic interventions, it is ...


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