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Author: Aage R Møller
Publisher: New York : Springer, 2010.
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Comprehensive and developed by a panel of leading international experts in the field, Tinnitus: Diagnosis and Treatment provides a multidisciplinary overview of the diagnosis and management of a  Read more...


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Textbook of tinnitus.
New York : Springer, 2010
(DLC) 2010934377
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aage R Møller
ISBN: 9781607611455 1607611457
OCLC Number: 698588803
Description: 1 online resource (xxx, 785 pages) : illustrations
Contents: SECTION IBASICS ABOUT TINNITUSCHAPTER 1. Introduction by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 2. Different forms of tinnitus by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 3. Hyperacusis and disorders of loudness perception by David M Baguley and Don J McFerranCHAPTER 4. Misophonia, phonophobia and "exploding head" syndrome by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 5. Epidemiology of tinnitus in adults. by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 6. Epidemiology of Tinnitus in Children by Claudia Barros CoelhoCHAPTER 7. Genetic risk factors in chronic tinnitus by Philipp G. SandCHAPTER 8. Anatomy and physiology of the auditory system by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 9. Interaction between somatosensory and auditory systems by Aage R. Moller and Susan ShoreCHAPTER 10. Pathology of the auditory system that can cause tinnitus by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 11. The role of auditory deprivation by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 12. The role of neural plasticity in tinnitusAage R. MollerCHAPTER 13. Neural Synchrony and Neural Plasticity in Tinnitus by Larry E. Roberts.CHAPTER 14. Similarities between tinnitus and pain by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 15. Anatomy and physiology of pain by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 16. Behavioral Animal Models of Tinnitus, Pharmacology, and Treatment by Richard Salvi, E. Lobarinas. and W. Sun. CHAPTER 17. Objective signs of tinnitus in humans by Berthold Langguth and Dirk de RidderCHAPTER 18. Functional Neuroimaging by Berthold Langguth and Dirk de RidderCHAPTER 19. Findings from Structural Neuroimaging by Berthold Langguth and Michael LandgrebeCHAPTER 20. A Global Brain Model of Tinnitus by Winfried Schlee, Isabel Lorenz, Thomas Hartmann, Nadia Muller, Hannah Schulz and Nathan Weisz.CHAPTER 21. A heuristic Model of Tinnitus by Dirk de RidderCHAPTER 22. Methodology of clinical trials for tinnitus by Michael Landgrebe, Berthold Langguth, Florian Zeman, Michael KollerTINNITUS SEEN BY DIFFERENT SPECIALTIESCHAPTER 23. The otolaryngologist by Tobias Kleinjung CHAPTER 24. The Role of the Audiologist in Tinnitus Practice by Grant D. Searchfield and David M. BaguleyCHAPTER 25. Tinnitus from the perspective of the psychologist by Karoline V. Greimel, Birgit Kroener-HerwigCHAPTER 26. The neurologist, by Miguel LaniezCHAPTER 27, The Psychiatrist by Berthold Langguth CHAPTER 28. The neurosurgeon by Dirk de RidderCHAPTER 29. The dentist by Ralf Burgers and Michael BehrCHAPTER 30, The Pharmacologist by Ana Belen Elgoyhen and Carla V RothlinCHAPTER 31, The neuroscientist by James KaltenbachCHAPTER 32, The patient by George E. Anthou SECTION II: CAUSES OF TINNITUSCHAPTER 33, Introduction by Tobias Kleinjung and Dirk de RidderCHAPTER 34. Conductive and cochlear hearing loss by Tobias KleinjungCHAPTER 35. Tinnitus and hearing loss by G. Baracca, G, L. Del Bo and U. AmbrosettiCHAPTER 36. Cochlear and non-cochlear age-related hearing loss and tinnitus by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 37. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: Implication for Tinnitus by D. Henderson, E.C. Bielefeld, E. Lobarinas and C. Tanaka CHAPTER 38. Tinnitus and Meniere's Disease by Yu-Lan Mary Ying and Moises A. ArriagaCHAPTER 39. Tinnitus and Vestibular Schwannoma: Overview and Clinical Correlations by Jason May, Virginia Ramachandran and Anthony T. CacaceCHAPTER 40. Microvascular compression of the vestibulocochlear nerve by Dirk De Ridder and Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 41. Causes of tinnitus: cerebrovascular diseases by Miguel J.A. Lainez, Alejandro Ponz and Anna Piera.CHAPTER 42 Complications to medical treatment by Paolo Enrico and Ron GoodeyCHAPTER 43. Tinnitus caused and influenced by the somatosensory system by Tanit Ganz Sanchez and Carina Bezerra RochaCHAPTER 44. Tinnitus and the masticatory system by Michael Behr SECTION III DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF TINNITUSCHAPTER 45. Introduction by Berthold Langguth CHAPTER 46. Algorithm for the diagnostic and therapeutic management of tinnitus by B. Langguth, E. Biesinger, L. Del Bo, D. De Ridder, R. Goodey, C. Herraiz, T. Kleinjung, J.M. Lainez, M. Landgrebe , M. Paolino, B. Questier, T.G. Sanchez and G.D. SearchfieldCHAPTER 47. History and Questionnaires by B. Langguth, G.D. Searchfield, Eberhard Biesinger E and V. GreimelCHAPTER 48. Clinical otologic assessment by Tobias Kleinjung.CHAPTER 49. Audiologic clinical assessment by Umberto Ambrosetti and Luca Del Bo,CHAPTER 50. Clinical otoneurological examination by Carlos HerraizCHAPTER 51. Diagnosis of tinnitus: neurological examination by Miguel J.A. Lainez, Anna Piera and Alejandro Ponz.CHAPTER 52. Diagnosis of Somatosensory Tinnitus by Tanit Ganz Sanchez and Carina Bezerra RochaCHAPTER 53. Differential diagnosis of temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscle disorders in patients with tinnitus by Ralf Burgers, Martin Gosau, Sebastian Hahnel and Michael BehrCHAPTER 54. Psychologic/Psychiatric Assessment by Michael Landgrebe and Berthold Langguth SECTION IV CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF TINNITUSCHAPTER 55 Introduction by Berthold Langguth B, Dirk De Ridder and Tobias Kleinjung CHAPTER 56. Sudden Hearing Loss and Tinnitus by Carlos HerraizCHAPTER 57. Tinnitus and hyperacusis / phonophobia by Carlos Herraiz and Isabel DigesCHAPTER 58. Clinical description of a different form of tinnitus: intermittent tinnitus by Miguel J.A. Lainez, Anna Piera, Alejandro Ponz.CHAPTER 59. Pulsatile tinnitus by Dirk De Ridder CHAPTER 60. Meniere's disease and tinnitus by Michel Paolino and Venera Ghulyan-BedikianCHAPTER 61.Tinnitus with headache by Miguel J.A. Lainez, Anna Piera, Alejandro Ponz.CHAPTER 62. Tinnitus and psychiatric co-morbidity by Michael Landgrebe and Berthold LangguthCHAPTER 63. Tinnitus and depression by Berthold Langguth and Michael LandgrebeCHAPTER 64. Tinnitus and Anxiety by Michael Landgrebe and Berthold LangguthCHAPTER 65. Tinnitus and sleep by Tatjana Croenlein, P. Geisler, G. Hajak.CHAPTER 66. Posttraumatic tinnitus by Dirk De Ridder, and Berthold LangguthCHAPTER 67. Traumatic Brain Injury and Blast Exposures: Auditory and Vestibular Pathology by Michael E. Hoffer, Carey BalabanSECTION V MANAGEMENT OF TINNITUSCHAPTER 68. Introduction by Ron GoodeyCHAPTER 69. The prevention of tinnitus and noise induced hearing loss by Larry Roberts, William H. Martin and Daniel J. BosnyakCHAPTER 70. Counseling and Psycho-education for Tinnitus Management by Grant D. Searchfield, Jane Magnusson, Georgina Shakes, Eberhard Biesinger and Orianna KongCHAPTER 71. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) by Karoline V. Greimel and Birgit Kroener-HerwigCHAPTER 72. Auditory Training in Tinnitus by Larry E. Roberts and Daniel J. BosnyakCHAPTER 73 Tinnitus Retraining Therapy by Pawel J. Jastreboff CHAPTER 74. Sound stimulation by Luca Del Bo, Giovanna Baracca, Stella Forti and Arnaud Norena CHAPTER 75. Rehabilitation of Tinnitus Patients using the Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment by Dayse Tavora-Vieira, and Paul B. DavisCHAPTER 76. Middle ear implantable devices in tinnitus treatment by Eberhard Biesinger and Manuela MazzoliCHAPTER 77. Cochlear Implants and tinnitus by Andrea Kleine Punte, Olivier Meeus and Paul Van de HeyningCHAPTER 78. Pharmacological Approaches to Tinnitus Treatment by Ana Belen Elgoyhen and Berthold LangguthCHAPTER 79. The Endocannabinoid System In The Cochlear Nucleus And Its Implications For Tinnitus Treatment by Paul F. SmithCHAPTER 80. Treatment of Somatosensory Tinnitus by Tanit Ganz Sanchez and Carina Bezerra RochaCHAPTER 81. Tinnitus treatment: botulinum toxin by Miguel J.A. Lainez*), Alejandro Ponz and Anna Piera.SURGICAL TREATMENTSCHAPTER 82. Introduction by Tobias KleinjungCHAPTER 83. Surgical treatment: The ear by Tobias KleinjungCHAPTER 84. Long Term Follow Up of Microvascular Decompression for Tinnitus by Jacques MAGNAN, B LAFFONT and C RAMEHCHAPTER 85. Vestibular schwannoma by Dirk De RidderCHAPTER 86. Neuromodulation by Berthold Langguth and Dirk de RidderCHAPTER87. Neurobiofeedback by Thomas Hartmann, Isabel Lorenz, Nathan WeiszCHAPTER 88. Transcranial magnetic stimulation by Tobias Kleinjung, Berthold Langguth and Eman KhedrCHAPTER 89. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): A new tool for the treatment of tinnitus? by Sven Vanneste and Dirk De RidderCHAPTER 90 Auditory cortex stimulation for tinnitus by Dirk De Ridder and Sven VannesteCHAPTER 91. Cutaneous stimulation by Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 92. Complementary tinnitus therapies by Manuela MazzoliCHAPTER 93. Low-level laser therapy by Tobias Kleinjung CHAPTER 94. Similarities between treatments of tinnitus and central pain by Dirk De Ridder and Aage R. MollerCHAPTER 95. Treatment strategies of temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscle disorders in patients with tinnitus by Ralf Burgers, Michael Behr and Martin Gosau
Responsibility: Aage R. Mo̜ller [and others], editors.


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