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Cefalea en trueno

Es una cefalea intensa de comienzo brusco, que alcanza su mayor intensidad en un minuto. Las causas más frecuentes son la hemorragia subaracnoidea y el síndrome de vasoconstricción cerebral reversible.
Autor/a: Dres. Ducros Anne, Bousser Marie-Germaine BMJ 2012; 345:e8557
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