Vet Makes Video About His Tinnitus. Wants to Talk!

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    1. calin

      calin Member Benefactor

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      Oct 2011
      Feel free to share with him. I think he'd like it!

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    2. jazz
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      jazz Member Benefactor

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      Great video! He is toooo funny for an otherwise serious topic:p!!
    3. calin

      calin Member Benefactor

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      Oct 2011
      Yes! He has personality galore!
    4. Karen

      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

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      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Just watched the video! Loved it; what a hoot! And there are some great messages in there, such as hearing protection for young people.

      TinnITUS or TINNitus -- which way do you pronounce it? At the doctor's office, everyone says "TINNitus", but the receptionists and appointment schedulers say "TinnITUS". (I've actually read that either pronunciation is correct!)
    5. Paul D

      Paul D Member Benefactor

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      tinn-EYE-tus. Medical terminology generally pronounces "itus," or refering to a condition, as eye-tus.

      - a suffix used in pathological terms that denote inflammation of an organ (bronchitis; gastritis; neuritis) and hence, in extended senses, nouns denoting abnormal states or conditions, excesses, tendencies, obsessions, etc. (telephonitis; baseballitis).

      This guy could be me. The attitude, and in particular how he describes his own condition - the high-pitch that I can no way acurately describe or imitate. Also, in many ways his attitude and approach to toward the problem and his situation.

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