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Evaluation of a tinnitus masking program: a follow-up study of 598 patients.
Ear Hear. 1980 Mar-Apr; 1(2):71-4.EH

Abstract

A follow-up study of two groups of tinnitus patients was conducted in an attempt to evaluate the tinnitus masking program. Results are discussed separately for a group of patients seen during the first three years of the program (1976 through 1978) and during the last year (1979). These results suggest an improvement in the management of the tinnitus patient and support this procedure as a viable technique in providing relief for selected tinnitus patients.

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eng

PubMed ID

7372020

Citation

Schleuning, A J., et al. "Evaluation of a Tinnitus Masking Program: a Follow-up Study of 598 Patients." Ear and Hearing, vol. 1, no. 2, 1980, pp. 71-4.
Schleuning AJ, Johnson RM, Vernon JA. Evaluation of a tinnitus masking program: a follow-up study of 598 patients. Ear Hear. 1980;1(2):71-4.
Schleuning, A. J., Johnson, R. M., & Vernon, J. A. (1980). Evaluation of a tinnitus masking program: a follow-up study of 598 patients. Ear and Hearing, 1(2), 71-4.
Schleuning AJ, Johnson RM, Vernon JA. Evaluation of a Tinnitus Masking Program: a Follow-up Study of 598 Patients. Ear Hear. 1980 Mar-Apr;1(2):71-4. PubMed PMID: 7372020.
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