calcergy

cal·cer·gy

(kal'ser-jē),
Local calcification of soft tissue occurring at the site of injection of certain chemical compounds, such as lead acetate or cerium chloride; hydroxyapatite deposits are found in the calcified areas.
[L. calx, chalk, calcium, + G. ergon, work, production]

calcergy

[kal′sərjē]
local calcification of soft tissues at the site of injection of certain types of chemicals.

calcergy

A near-extinct term for dystrophic calcification occurring at sites where certain compounds (e.g., cerium chloride, lead acetate and others) have been injected.