This is a continuation of the previous case.
Your patient's clinical condition remains stable and her signs and symptoms begin improving but about 20 hours after presentation, she begins to complain of an occipital headache, nausea, and dizziness. You are on your neurology rotation and asked to consult. She has a history of migraine headaches but this feels different. There is no aura, photophobia, or phonophobia. Instead, she says the headache is worse when she sits up.
Challenge: As a consultant, what is your diagnosis? What is your treatment?
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