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- Tags: Current opinion in otolaryngology & head and neck surgery
Tinnitus and underlying brain mechanisms.
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing a sound when no external auditory stimulus is present. Most individuals experience tinnitus for brief, unobtrusive periods. However, chronic sensation of tinnitus affects approximately 17% (44…
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Are nasal steroids safe?
Nasal steroids have emerged as an integral part of rhinitis management. Most studies have shown no evidence of significant hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis suppression from nasal steroid use, at least based on dynamic testing. Bone mineral density…
Allergy and migraine: is there a connection?
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: In the last 10 years, otolaryngologists and allergists have become increasingly aware of migraine headaches in their practices. This is partially due to a better understanding of the high incidence of migraine and a realization…