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moulage

 [moo-lahzh´] (Fr.)
a wax model of a structure or lesion.

mou·lage

(mū-lazh'),
A reproduction in wax of a skin lesion, tumor, or other pathologic state.
[F. a molding]

moulage

/mou·lage/ (moo-lahzh´) [Fr.] the making of molds or models in wax or plaster; also, a mold or model so produced.
A descriptor for a smooth contour of the small intestinal mucosa with loss of mucosal folds, typical of radiocontrast studies in gluten-sensitive enteropathy (coeliac disease)

mou·lage

(mū-lahzh')
A reproduction in wax of a skin lesion, tumor, or other pathologic state.
[F. a molding]

moulage

(moolazh´),
n a model of a part or a lesion (e.g., a model of the face). It may be of wax or plaster and usually is colored by painting.
moulage, facial
(moolazh´fā´shəl),
n a facial model made using an impression. These models are used to construct facial prostheses or custom face masks.
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Facial moulage.

moulage

[Fr.] a wax model of a structure or lesion.