thesaurosis

the·sau·ro·sis

(thē'saw-rō'sis),
Abnormal or excessive storage in the body of normal or foreign substances.
[G. thēsauros, store, storehouse]

thesaurosis

Environmental disease
A 20th-century term for a lung disorder contracted by inhaling small particles such as dust or hairspray.
 
Clinical findings
Chest tightness, nonproductive cough, dyspnoea.
 
Imaging
Reticulonodular infiltrates, hilar lymphadenopathy.

Metabolic disease
An older, nonspecific term of waning use for any storage disease.

thesaurosis

a condition due to the storing up in the body of unusual amounts of normal or foreign substance.