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A43-year-old healthy man presents with a sudden severe headache during a weight lifting exercise. No underlyingdiabetes mellitus or hypertension known. He is a moderate alcoholic drinker and smoker. All laboratory findings areunremarkable except mild elevation of high density lipoprotein (HDL); 53 mg/dL), normal range is within 50 mg/dL.Computed tomography (CT) of brain without contrast enhancement reveals diffuse thick acute subarachnoidal hemorrhage alongcisterns.
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