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Differential Diagnosis

Headache is the primary complaint of patients who present to the ED with sSAH. It is a relatively common complaint that represents approximately 2% of all ED visits, with only 1% to 3% of these complaints attributable to sSAH.57-60 Although sudden severe headache is the classic presentation, patients with a SAH may present with a vague headache and a normal neurologic examination.61-66

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