ICD-10 Symptom Rating questionnaire for assessment of psychological comorbidities in patients with chronic tinnitus.

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Summary of "ICD-10 Symptom Rating questionnaire for assessment of psychological comorbidities in patients with chronic tinnitus."

Tinnitus frequently occurs alongside psychological comorbidities whose assessment is important for treatment planning and -success. The selection of suitable questionnaires is thus crucial. The present study aims to investigate the ICD-10 Symptom Rating (ISR) to this regard.


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