Study: An objective diagnosis of constant tinnitus may be possible

A new method that measures brain activity during sound stimulation can make it possible to objectively diagnose and identify people who suffer from constant tinnitus, which was demonstrated in a study made by researchers at the Karolinska Institute.
Tinnitus, somtimes  described as phantom sounds only perceived by the subject, affects
every fifth Swede in some form. Today, the severity of the condition is measured only by
self-assessment via questionnaires.

A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation now shows that a method called brainstem audiometry can become a tool...
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