A 42-year-old, unmarried, white male, native to New York, was admitted to the hospital complaining of severe intermittent headache of 4 weeks duration, stiff neck, dizziness, and intermittent lethargy. He reported an approximate 30lb weight loss over the previous year associated with almost constant diarrhea.
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