Tinnitus: Causes, Treatment and Short and Long-Term Health Effects


Francesco Signorelli (Editor)
Associate Professor of Neurosurgery the University Magna Græcia, Catanzaro, Italy
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Hospices Civils de Lyon, Hôpital Neurologique et Neurochirurgical, Department of Neurosurgery, Lyon, France

Francis Turjman (Editor)
Professor of Neuroradiology, Division of Interventional Neuroradiology, Neurologique et Neurochirurgical P. Wertheimer, University Claude Bernanrd Lyon, Lyon, France

Series: Otolaryngology Research Advances
BISAC: TEC001000

Tinnitus is a benign condition, which can nonetheless have upsetting consequences for patients. Understanding the physiopathologic mechanisms underlying this symptom is crucial for orienting management and treatment. A world-class group of neuroscientists gathered together to write this book, and they have done a skillful job.

Apart from delineating their area of expertise, they have managed to give the reader an accurate hint about what the current implications of studying tinnitus are, both in research and clinically, allowing those involved in the field to stay abreast on the latest advancements. This book is ideal for researchers and clinicians, and it can be a valuable reference for anyone, including students, residents or seasoned specialists, seeking to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in both basic and clinical research on this condition. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Pathogenesis of Tinnitus: The Possible Role of Oxidative Stress
Andrea Ciorba and Chiara Bianchini (ENT and Audiology Department, University Hospital of Ferrara, Italy)

Chapter 2. Tools for Tinnitus Measurement: Development and Validity of Questionnaires to Assess Handicap and Treatment Effects
Kathryn Fackrell, Deborah A. Hall, Johanna Barry and Derek J. Hoare (NIHR Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit, Nottingham, UK)
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Chapter 3. Mindfulness Based Tinnitus Stress Reduction: A New Treatment with Ancient Roots
Jennifer J. Gans and Michael Cole (Tinnitus Practitioner’s Association (TPA), Hamden, CT and Department of Otolaryngology, University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA)

Chapter 4. Potential Roles of Na+ Influx and Src Family Kinases (SFKs) in the Development of Tinnitus and Hearing Loss
Xian-Min Yu (BenQ Neurological Institute of Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, P.R. China)


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