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Tinnitus: Sources and notes

> Tinnitus: practical advice, solutions, testimonials, support network, Paris, France Tinnitus Association, 2006.
> Martine Ohresser, Buzzing and whistling, Pockets Odile Jacob, 2004.
> Jean-Baptiste Mechernane, The broken ears, Luc Pire, 2008.
> Philippe Peignard, Living well with tinnitus, Odile Jacob, 2008.

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