cineplastics

cin·e·plas·tic am·pu·ta·tion

a method of amputation of an extremity whereby the muscles and tendons are so arranged in the stump that they are able to execute movements independently and to communicate motion to a specially constructed prosthetic apparatus.

cineplastics

(sĭn″ĕ-plăs′tĭks) [″ + plassein, to form]
The arrangement of muscles and tendons in a stump after amputation so that it is possible to impart motion and direction to an artificial limb.