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What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus refers to any ringing or buzzing sound in the ear that does not have a real external cause. Many disorders of the ear can cause this, e.g. hardened wax or Meniere’s disease, and also drugs, including aspirin and quinine, and there can be damage to the auditory nerve. In many cases no underlying cause is found.
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