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Tonic tensor tympani syndrome in tinnitus and hyperacusis patients: A multi-clinic prevalence study

Westcott Myriam, Sanchez Tanit Ganz, Diges Isabel, Saba Clarice, Dineen Ross, McNeill Celene, Chiam Alison, O«SQ»Keefe Mary, Sharples Tricia

Year : 2013| Volume: 15| Issue : 63 | Page no: 117-128

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