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Figure 2: Putative brain networks involved in tinnitus.[36] Paralimbic networks in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex linked to the nucleus accumbens play an important role in evaluating the sound's emotional content and in the long-term habituation to continuous unpleasant sounds. Dashed circles indicate amygdala (medial view) and auditory cortex, AC (lateral view)

Figure 2: Putative brain networks involved in tinnitus.<sup>[36]</sup> Paralimbic networks in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex linked to the nucleus accumbens play an important role in evaluating the sound's emotional content and in the long-term habituation to continuous unpleasant sounds. Dashed circles indicate amygdala (medial view) and auditory cortex, AC (lateral view)