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Figs S1 and S2. Other than in chronic tinnitus patients, no changes in neural synchronization were found in auditory regions for slow wave (Fig. S1) and alpha (Fig. S2) oscillations in tinnitus condition.

Fig. S3. No significant correlation was found for increases in gamma band activity in the right auditory cortex and discontinuities of hearing loss in the left ear (r = 0.21, P = 0.46).

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