syssarcosis definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek syssarkōsis, a being overgrown with flesh ; from syssarkousthai, to cover over with flesh ; from syn-, with plush sarx (gen. sarkos), flesh: see sarcasm
syssarcosis definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. sys·sar·co·ses
Origin: Greek sussarkōsis, state of being overgrown with flesh, from sussarkousthai, to be overgrown with flesh : sun-, syn- + sarkousthai, passive of sarkoun, to make fleshy (from sarx, sark-, flesh).
syssarcosis - Medical Definition
noun pl sys·sar·co·ses