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What are typical symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?

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Sudden severe headache, neck stiffness, altered level of consciousness, seizure, fetc are few to mention.

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Sudden severe headache, neck stiffness, altered level of consciousness, seizure, fetc are few to mention.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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In brief: Critical

Sudden severe excruciating headache (worst ever) associated with neck stiffness, nausea, vomiting, perhaps confusion, and even coma.
This is typically secondary to rupture of an aneurysm, or less commonly an avm. Surgery to repair ruptured vessel may be life saving.

In brief: Critical

Sudden severe excruciating headache (worst ever) associated with neck stiffness, nausea, vomiting, perhaps confusion, and even coma.
This is typically secondary to rupture of an aneurysm, or less commonly an avm. Surgery to repair ruptured vessel may be life saving.
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