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||in the tinnitus group, sin performance showed a negative correlation with gm volume in the left cerebellum (crus i/ii) and the left superior temporal gyrus; no significant correlation between sin performance and regional gm volume was found in the control group.
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||additionally, this whole cortex analysis showed a crucial role of the left inferior parietal cortex, which modulated the activity of the right superior temporal gyrus, providing new hypotheses for the role of this area within the context of current tinnitus models.
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||importantly, scores on the tinnitus handicap questionnaires were positively correlated with increased connectivity from the left amygdala to left superior temporal gyrus (r\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x890.570, p\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x890.005), and from the right amygdala to right superior temporal gyrus (r\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x890.487, p\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x890.018).
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||region-of-interest analysis revealed additional decreases in superior temporal gyrus for the hearing loss group compared to the tinnitus group.
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||available evidence suggests tinnitus arises from excessive spontaneous activity in the left superior temporal gyrus, and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rtms) may suppress this activity.
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||an out-of-body experience was repeatedly elicited during stimulation of the posterior part of the superior temporal gyrus on the right side in a patient in whom electrodes had been implanted to suppress tinnitus.