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CT scan negative of head. Why do I feel dizzy and have foggy thoughts?

my husband had a head on 50+ mph car accident 24 hours ago. Reports no LOC. CT scan head negative. He has a headache , feels dizzy and foggy thoughts (no impaired memory ). Today he had difficulty walking in a straight line outside. He can not remain sitting up for more than a couple of hours. What are your recommendations about how to proceed. Is it better to make an immediate MD follow up or wait a few days and see if things get better or worse.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Hi, when there is head injury, all these symptoms are common, but as they are progressing you better rush to the neurosurgeon, personal examination is more crucial than the tests, as they are machine made. There will be so many personal examinations like pupils, refluxes, and has to corelate with the tests. Thank you.
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