Fothergill sign

Foth·er·gill sign

(foth'ĕr-gil),
in rectus sheath hematoma, the hematoma produces a mass that does not cross the midline and remains palpable when the rectus muscle is tense.

Foth·er·gill sign

(foth'ĕr-gil sīn)
In rectus sheath hematoma, the hematoma produces a mass that does not cross the midline and remains palpable when the rectus muscle is tense.

Fothergill,

John, English physician, 1712-1780.
Fothergill disease - severe, paroxysmal bursts of pain in one or more branches of the trigeminal nerve. Synonym(s): anginose scarlatina; Fothergill neuralgia; trigeminal neuralgia
Fothergill neuralgia - Synonym(s): Fothergill disease
Fothergill sign - in rectus sheath hematoma, the hematoma produces a mass that does not cross the midline and remains palpable when the rectus muscle is tense.