allogotrophia

al·lo·go·tro·phi·a

(al'ō-gō-trō'fē-ă),
Growth or nourishment of one part or tissue at the expense of another part of the body.
[allo- + G. trophē, nourishment]

allogotrophia

A near-extinct term for the growth of a tissue—usually malignant—at the expense of other tissues.