Otolaryngologic Clinics of NA, vol. 36 (2003) pp. 389-402
Pulsatile tinnitus is an uncommon otologic symptom, which often presents a diagnostic and management dilemma to the otolaryngologist. This symptom always deserves a thorough evaluation to avoid disastrous consequences from potentially life-threatening associated pathology. In most pulsatile tinnitus patients a treatable underlying etiology can be identified.
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