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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.
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The perks are unique and interesting: Backers who contribute are able to purchase their very own moulage creation, design a scenario to be brought to life in training, or even play a hands-on part in the training.
This happens at the moulage tent where four moulage professionals create realistic looking injuries.
In September 1932, the birth of this vision was realized when an ultraviolet light machine, a microscope, a moulage kit, a wiretapping kit, photographic supplies, chemicals, a drawing board, and other office equipment and supplies were moved into room 802 of the Old Southern Railway Building at 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.
Injured civilian on the battlefield (COB) moulage kits: 3
1870," 2 (1977), 214-228; Jean Lamarre, "Modeles migratoires et integration socio-economique des Canadiens francais de la vallee de Saginaw, Michigan, 1840-1900," 41 (Spring 1998), 9-33; Peter Bischoff, "D'un atelier de moulage un autre: les migrations des mouleurs originaires des Forges de Saint-Maurice et la segmentation du marche du travail nord-americain, 1851-1884," 40 (Fall 1997), 21-73; and Yukari Takai, "Shared Earnings, Unequal Responsibilities: Single French-Canadian Wage-Earning Women in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1900-1920," 47 (Spring 2001), 115-132.
These externally evaluated events are similar to a tactical external evaluation and include using simulated weapons, moulage kits, helicopter medical evacuation, and a commander's press conference at the community joint-information center using real and mock reporters.
Au cours de sa derniere mission, en 1965, ce futur professeur de l'Universite Laval proceda egalement au moulage de quelques-unes d'entre elles.
The manufacturing of coins will not be considered here, nor the production of terra cotta, which has already been examined in its various aspects at a recent colloquium: Le Moulage en terre cuite dans l'Antiquite.
Once, he tried a plastic moulage on my brother before applying it to a patient.
The public procurement is for the supply of tass-simulators and visualizations for the needs of the medical simulation training center at the medical university of plovdiv, including: female pelvis, including mobile femurs - 1, mock, presenting the stages of birth - 1, gynecological moulage - 3 pcs, simulator for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (dac) of one year old child - 3, infant head for intubation with a stand - 3, pediatric simulation for lumbar puncture - 1, ureteral catheterization trainer for a baby (male and female genitals) - 3b .
As students made their way throughout WVSOM's campus, they gained a deeper understanding regarding viruses in a microbiology lab, learned the importance of facility maintenance, learned how to create a cohesive branding advertisement, observed the technique used to create mock injuries known as moulage, and participated in an osteopathic manipulative treatment demonstration.