A 55 year old lady presents to the Emergency Department irritable, confused and complaining of a severe headache. Her husband reports that she had been very drowsy since earlier that day when she was heard to suddenly cry out. She was apparently well the day before. Examination findings include Temp 37.8 deg C, HR 95, BP 150/80mmHg, RR 24, Pulse oximetry 91%, GCS E2, V3, M6.
List the most likely differential diagnoses.
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