2015
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1562935 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Introduction  Tinnitus is one of the symptoms that affects individuals suffering from noise induced hearing loss. This condition can be disabling, leading the affected individual to turn away from work.Objective  This literature review aims to analyze the possible association between gender and tinnitus pitch and loudness, the degree of hearing loss and the frequencies affected in subjects with noise-induced hearing loss.Methods  This contemporary cohort study was conducted through a cross-sectional analysis. … Show more

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“…Although the majority of individuals with NIHL present with bilateral tinnitus, unilateral tinnitus is reported as well, with a prevalence of up to 47% [124126]. Tinnitus is more prevalent on the left side [124, 125] consistent with the asymmetry documented in NIHL. The severity of the tinnitus may be associated with the degree of NIHL [126, 127].…”
Section: Beyond Hearing Loss: Associated Symptomatologymentioning
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“…Although the majority of individuals with NIHL present with bilateral tinnitus, unilateral tinnitus is reported as well, with a prevalence of up to 47% [124126]. Tinnitus is more prevalent on the left side [124, 125] consistent with the asymmetry documented in NIHL. The severity of the tinnitus may be associated with the degree of NIHL [126, 127].…”
Section: Beyond Hearing Loss: Associated Symptomatologymentioning
“…The association between hearing loss, tinnitus and occupation has been previously demonstrated [ 34 , 43 , 65 , 66 , 67 , 68 , 69 , 70 , 71 ]. The aim of this study was to survey patients with chronic tinnitus with and without a history of long-term work-related noise exposure, comparing demographic variables, tinnitus and hearing loss characteristics and self-administered questionnaire responses for tinnitus, hearing loss and hyperacusis.…”
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“…Researchers, even in the 1990s, reported little relation between these factors, as well as correlation of loudness with the stress and handicap caused by tinnitus (27) . More recent studies point to the intensity of tinnitus as a possible predictor of perception of the symptom's severity (2,28) , as well as moderate correlations between intensity and degree of annoyance (17) .…”
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“…According to epidemiological studies, it affects between 5 and 30% of the population, with greater incidence in men (1) . Approximately 15% of cases lead to negative interference in daily life, and about 5% are considered disabling (2) .…”
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