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Tinnitus (cont.)

Tinnitus Follow-up

It is important to follow the doctor's directions in obtaining further evaluations and tests. You may need an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat specialist (otolaryngologist) or an audiologist for further testing. It is important to follow up on these recommendations when they are made to confirm that your tinnitus is not caused by another illness.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/12/2014

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