sarcosis


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sarcosis

 [sahr-ko´sis]
abnormal increase of flesh.

sar·co·sis

(sar-kō'sis),
1. An abnormal increase of flesh.
2. A multiple growth of fleshy tumors.
3. A diffuse sarcoma involving the whole of an organ.
[G. sarkōsis, the growth of flesh, fr. sarx, flesh]

sarcosis

/sar·co·sis/ (sahr-ko´sis) abnormal increase of flesh.

sarcosis

An obsolete term for:
(1) Sarcomatosis; 
(2) A state of increased “flesh” formation.

sar·co·sis

(sahr-kō'sis)
1. An abnormal increase of flesh.
2. A multiple growth of fleshy tumors.
3. A diffuse sarcoma involving the whole of an organ.
[G. sarkōsis, the growth of flesh, fr. sarx, flesh]

sarcosis

abnormal increase of flesh.
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