reversible calcinosis

re·ver·si·ble cal·ci·no·sis

a form of calcinosis that can be stopped, as is observed in patients who constantly ingest large quantities of milk and alkaline medicines, as in the treatment of peptic ulcer.
See also: milk-alkali syndrome.

re·ver·si·ble cal·ci·no·sis

(rē-vĕr'si-bĕl kal'si-nō'sis)
A form of calcinosis sometimes observed in patients who ingest large quantities of milk and alkaline medicines, as in the treatment of peptic ulcer.

re·ver·si·ble cal·ci·no·sis

(rĕ-vĕr'si-bĕl kal'si-nō'sis)
Build-up of calcium salts that can be stopped.