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Sudden Headaches

Abstract Sudden severe headache is a cardinal feature of subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) and other potentially life threatening neurological conditions. Early diagnosis and management improves the outcome of SAH. In general practice, benign thunderclap headache vastly outnumbers SAH as a cause of sudden headache. Thunderclap headache is a diagnosis of exclusion…

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