Kaposi's sarcomaKa·po·si's sarcoma
a malignant tumor, usually of the skin, appearing primarily in persons with an immunological deficiency
Origin of Kaposi's sarcomaafter M. K. Kaposi (1837-1902), Hungarian dermatologist
A cancer characterized by numerous bluish-red nodules on the skin, usually on the lower extremities, that is endemic to equatorial Africa and often occurs in a particularly virulent form in people with AIDS.
Origin of Kaposi's sarcomaAfter Moritz Kaposi, (1837–1902), Austrian dermatologist.