What is currently the best investigational approach to the patient with sudden-onset severe headache?
Presentation of Case – Ane Skaare Sjulstad, MD, Adult Neurology Resident, Nordland Hospital, Bodø, Norway A 48‐year‐old man with no previous medical history suddenly experienced severe intense retro‐bulbar pain of pulsating character on the right side, and was seen in the emergency department 7 hours later. He was then alert and oriented, but in excruciating pain. There was no neck stiffness and no fever. The blood pressure was 141/80 mm Hg, and the pulse regular with a frequency of 48. Neurological examination was normal.