tinnitus

[n] - a ringing or booming sensation in one or both ears
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Tinnitus

Involuntary sensation of noises in the ear such as buzzing or ringing, often associated with exposure to high noise levels.
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Tinnitus

Persistent sensation of ringing noises in the ear of which there is no observable cause.Tinnitus aurium refers a subjective sensation of noises in the ears.Objective tinnitus refers to abnormal or pathological sounds originating within the body, in the region of the ear, which are audible to others than the subject.
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tinnitus

Continual noise in the ears, such as ringing, buzzing, roaring, or clicking.
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Tinnitus

Noises heard in the ear without any external cause, such as ringing in the ears. Can be a side effect of some chemotherapy drugs.
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Tinnitus

a persistent ringing or buzzing sound in the ear
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Tinnitus

A ringing, buzzing or roaring sound in the ears
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Tinnitus

Noise heard in the ear without external cause.
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Tinnitus

Our Tinnitus Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Tinnitus Tinnitus: 'Ringing in the ears' or another noise that seems to originate in the ears or head. Tinnitus is due to diverse causes including ear infections, fluid in the ears, Meniere syndrome, medications such as aspirin and other nonsteroidal antiinfla...
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Tinnitus

Tin·ni'tus noun [ Latin , from tinnire to jingle.] (Medicine) A ringing, whistling, or other imaginary noise perceived in the ears; -- called also tinnitus aurium .
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tinnitus

<symptom> A noise in the ears, as ringing, buzsing, roaring, clicking, etc. Such sounds may at times be heard by others than the patient. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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tinnitus

noun a ringing or booming sensation in one or both ears; a symptom of an ear infection or Meniere`s disease
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tinnitus

(tin´ĭ-tәs) (tĭ-ni´tәs) a noise in the ears, such as ringing, buzzing, or roaring, usually psychogenic but sometimes capable of being heard by others than the patient. Common causes include presbycusis, prolonged exposure to loud environmental noise, and such pathological conditions as i...
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Tinnitus

• (n.) A ringing, whistling, or other imaginary noise perceived in the ears; -- called also tinnitus aurium.
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tinnitus

ringing or buzzing in the ears. Tinnitus may be caused by any of a number of ear conditions, including the clogging of the external auditory canal ... [2 related articles]
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tinnitus

(L. 'a ringing') a noise in the ears, as ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, etc. Such sounds may at times be heard by others than the patient.
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tinnitus

tinnitus 1. Ringing in the ears or another noise that seems to originate in the ears or the head. 2. A sound in one ear or both ears; such as, buzzing, ringing, or whistling, occurring without an external stimulus and usually caused by a specific condition. More details about tinnitus Tinnitus is due to diverse causes including ear infections, f...
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tinnitus

(ringing in the ear) Tinnitus is a symptom associated with many forms of hearing loss. It can also be a symptom of other health problems. According to estimates by the American Tinnitus Association, at least 12 million Americans have tinnitus. Of these, at least 1 million experi...
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Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the medical condition of noises in the ear which are not due to external sounds. It is a condition common amongst the deaf and hard of hearing.
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tinnitus

Type: Term Pronunciation: tin′i-tŭs, ti-nī′tŭs Definitions: 1. Perception of a sound in the absence of an environmental acoustic stimulus. The sound can be a pure tone or noise including (ringing, whistling, hissing, roaring, or booming) in the ears. Tinnitus is usually associated with a loss of hearing. The site of origi...
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tinnitus

In medicine, constant buzzing or ringing in the ears. The phenomenon may originate from prolonged exposure to noisy conditions (drilling, machinery, or loud music) or from damage to or disease of the middle or inner ear. The victim may become overwhelmed by the relentless noise in the head. In some cases there is a hum at a frequency of about 40 Hz...
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tinnitus

(tu1-ni;tus) The spontaneous sensation of a ringing sound or other noise without sound stimuli.
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tinnitus

(tu1-ni;tus) The spontaneous sensation of a ringing sound or other noise without sound stimuli.
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tinnitus

A disorder in which a person hears noises such as buzzing, ringing, clicking, or the sound of a pulse, when no outside sound is causing them. Tinnitus may have many different causes, and may be a symptom of another disease or condition. It may be caused by certain tumors and anticancer drugs.
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TINNITUS

ringing or buzzing in the ears.
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