ceroplasty

ce·ro·plas·ty

(sē'rō-plas'tē),
The manufacture of wax models of anatomic and pathologic specimens or of skin lesions.
[G. kēros, wax, + plassō, to mold]

ceroplasty

/ce·ro·plas·ty/ (sēr´o-plas″te) the making of anatomical models in wax.

ce·ro·plas·ty

(sē'rō-plas'tē)
Wax models of anatomic and pathologic specimens or skin lesions.
[G. kēros, wax, + plassō, to mold]

ce·ro·plas·ty

(sē'rō-plas'tē)
Manufacture of wax models of anatomic and pathologic specimens or of skin lesions.
[G. kēros, wax, + plassō, to mold]
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It's at once the Sistine Chapel of ceroplasty (the art of modeling anatomical specimens in wax) and the stage for a pathological beauty pageant worthy of David Cronenberg, where women are at last appreciated for their inner beauty.