help! labirintite, problemi dell'equilibrio.
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Mon Oct 19 21:09:07 EST 1998
>F. Frank LeFever <flefever at ix.netcom.com
> There is a very interesting article on tinnitus and associated
>problems--e.g. hyperacusis, and problems with background noise--in the
>current issue of Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, as
>sequelae of head trauma (including MILD trauma). Among speculations as
>to the basis for the abnormalities they found (attributable to impaired
>inhibitory function of medial olivary complex in most subjects,
>possibly at a higher level in a few) is one about neurotransmitter
>changes rather than structural damage.
If the brain works on associational reciprocal inhibition or correlational
opponent processing one would expect "impaired inhibitory function"
and changes in neurotransmitters in an effort to restore homeostatis.
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