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Patients with abrupt onset headache, should have a CT scan followed by lumbar puncture to rule out subarachnoid haemorrhage and CNS infections. Those with progressive or chronic headaches should have an MRI scan to rule out intracerebral lesions. In this age of easy MRI access, it is no longer sufficient to rule out intracerebral pathology simply on the basis of the clinical history and a normal neurological examination.

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