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Tinnitus Explained - Facts Figures Precautions and Treatments

Tinnitus comes from the Latin word for ringing, or the perception of sound in the absence of corresponding external sound. It can affect one ear, both ears or can be heard inside the head and can either be ongoing or intermittent.

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Tinnitus Explained

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