Recent Examples of tinnitus from the Web
Researchers also tried rTMS in people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, tinnitus, and chronic pain.
Right from the opening shots, Baby is doggedly trying to block out the nasty mayhem around him (in addition to his tinnitus).
The accident left him with a severe case of tinnitus.
In her early 20s, Phillips began noticing a progressive hearing loss and tinnitus in her right ear.
Every scene impeccably syncs up with the songs playing in the earbuds of Baby, who likes to have a constant stream of sound going to mask his chronic tinnitus (a condition Wright suffered from as a kid).
Unlike beams of tinnitus, these keening, distortionlike sounds were a sign of healthy ears.
My ears ring all the time—a condition called tinnitus.
The character of Baby has tinnitus, thanks to a childhood accident, and Elgort spends 90 percent of the movie with a pair of earbuds nestled in his ears, providing the soundtrack for the film and the guiding tempo for all of his daring car stunts.
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Origin and Etymology of tinnitus
First Known Use: 1843See Words from the same year
TINNITUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tinnitus for English Language Learners
medical : a condition that causes you to hear ringing or roaring sounds that only you can hear
medical Definition of tinnitus
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