Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome (Misophonia)
in a Patient With Tourette Syndrome

Matthew Neal, M.D., Andrea E. Cavanna, M.D., Ph.D.

Excerpt: “… Given the phenomenological similarity with other subjective symptoms commonly reported by patients with TS (e.g., sensory tics or premonitory urges, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, “not-just-right” experiences, etc.) there is the possibility that systematic screening for misophonia in TS might reveal a pathophysiological association.”

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