Table of Contents

Clinical description of a different form of tinnitus: intermittent tinnitus.
Pulsatile tinnitus.
Mʹeni`ere's disease and tinnitus.
Tinnitus with headaches.
Tinnitus and psychiatric co-morbidity.
Tinnitus and depression.
Tinnitus and anxiety.
Tinnitus and sleep.
Posttraumatic tinnitus.
Traumatic brain injury and blast exposures: auditory and vestibular pathology.
Introduction [Management of tinnitus].
The prevention of tinnitus and noise-induced hearing loss.
Counseling and psycho-education for tinnitus management.
Cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT).
Auditory training in tinnitus.
Tinnitus retraining therapy.
Sound stimulation.
Rehabilitation of tinnitus patients using the neuromonics tinnitus treatment.
Middle ear implantable devices in tinnitus treatment.
Cochlear implants and tinnitus.
Pharmacological approaches to tinnitus treatment.
The endocannabinoid system in the cochlear nucleus and its implications for tinnitus treatment.
Treatment of somatosensory tinnitus.
Tinnitus treatment: botulinum toxin.
Surgical treatments: introduction.
Surgical treatment: the ear.
Long-term follow-up of microvascular decompression for tinnitus.
Vestibular schwannoma.
Neuromodulation: introduction.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS): a new tool for the treatment of tinnitus?.
Auditory cortext stimulation for tinnitus.
Cutaneous stimulation.
Complementary tinnitus therapies.
Low-level laser therapy.
Similarities between treatments of tinnitus and central pain.
Treatment strategies of temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscle disorders in patients with tinnitus. Introduction [Basics and tinnitus].
Different forms of tinnitus.
Hyperacusis and disorders of loudness perception.
Misophonia, phonophobia, and "exploding head" syndrome.
Epidemiology of tinnitus in adults.
Epidemiology of tinnitus in children.
Genetic risk factors in chronic tinnitus.
Anatomy and physiology of the auditory system.
Interaction between somatosensory and auditory systems.
Pathology of the auditory system that can cause tinnitus.
The role of auditory deprivation.
The role of neural plasticity in tinnitus.
Neural synchrony and neural plasticity in tinnitus.
Similarities between tinnitus and pain.
Anatomy and physiology of pain.
Behavioral animal models of tinnitus, pharmacology, and treatment.
Objective signs of tinnitus in humans.
Functional neuroimaging.
Findings from structural neuroimaging.
A global brain model of tinnitus.
A heuristic pathophysiological model of tinnitus.
Methodology of clinical trials for tinnitus.
The otolaryngologist.
The role of the audiologist in tinnitus practice.
Tinnitus from perspective of the psychologist.
The neurologist.
The psychiatrist.
The neurosurgeon.
The dentist.
The pharmacologist.
The neuroscientist.
Tinnitus from the perspective of a patient.
Introduction [Casues of tinnitus].
Conductive and cochlear hearing loss.
Tinnitus and hearing loss.
Cochlear and non-cochlear age-related hearing loss and tinnitus.
Noise-induced hearing loss: implication for tinnitus.
Tinnitus and Mʹeni`ere's disease.
Tinnitus and vestibular schwannoma: overview and clinical correlations.
Microvascular compression of the vestibulocochlear nerve.
Causes of tinnitus: cerebrovascular diseases.
Complications to medical treatment.
Tinnitus caused and influenced by the somatosensory system.
Tinnitus and the masticatory system.
Introduction [Differential diagnosis of tinnitus].
Algorithm for the diagnostic and therapeutic management of tinnitus.
History and questionnaires.
Clinical otologic assessment.
Audiologic clinical assessment.
Clinical otoneurological examination.
Diagnosis of tinnitus: neurological examination.
Diagnosis of somatosensory tinnitus.
Differential diagnosis of temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscle disorders in patients with tinnitus.
Psychologic/psychiatric assessment.
Introduction [Clinical characteristics of different forms of tinnitus].
Sudden hearing loss and tinnitus.
Tinnitus and hyperacusis/phonophobia.