calcareous metastasis

cal·car·e·ous me·tas·ta·sis

the deposit of calcareous material in remote tissues in the event of extensive resorption of osseous tissue in caries, malignant neoplasms, and so on.

calcareous metastasis

the deposition of calcium salts in visceral organs as a result of hyperparathyroidism, absorptive diseases of the bone, or any cause of hypercalcemia, particularly when associated with hyperphosphatemia. Also called metastatic calcification.