1. scarlatina anginosa.
2. tic douloureux.
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Fothergill's disease(1)Uncertain; an acute exanthematous pharyngitis (scarlatina anginosa) descibed by Fothergill in his monograph of 1748, which is now thought to have included a bouquet of infections or inflammatory conditions (e.g., anginoid scarlet fever, diphtheria and other evil humours).
(2) Trigeminal neuralgia [MIM 190400], formerly tic douloureux.
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