The patient's symptoms were fever, dizziness, and his head hurt. what is the wrong here? and why?
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In formal English you'd have to change "his head hurt" to something like "a headache" to keep parallel structure. Instead of noun, noun, sentence, you'd have to have noun, noun, noun. The things in the list should be of the same grammatical type.
The English is fine but unnatural. A doctor would usually write/say:
"The patient's symptoms were fever, dizziness and headache".
The exactly same question has been posted by your side months ago:
and very good answers have been provided by some other respondents.
Hence, I do not understand why you had to do the same thing again, to waste the bandwidth. Anyway, here Respondents BRSwartz and James have provided reasonable answers to the question.