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TINNITUS AND VERTIGO IN HEALTHY SENIOR CITIZENS WITHOUT A HISTORY OF NOISE EXPOSURE.

Sataloff, Joseph M.D.; Sataloff, Robert Thayer M.D., D.M.A.; Lueneburg, Walter

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Abstract

The prevalence of tinnitus and dizziness in healthy elderly adults has been uncertain. This study investigated 267 people between the ages of 57 and 91 1/2 years. The subjects had no history of noise exposure, systemic diseases associated with tinnitus or disequilibrium, and had normal otoscopic examination results. Twenty-four percent reported tinnitus. Five percent experienced dizziness. Additional studies will help clarify the prevalence of these symptoms in the elderly "normal" population.

(C) 1987, The American Journal of Otology, Inc.

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