Definition of Occlusions

1. Noun. (plural of occlusion) ¹

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Definition of Occlusions

1. occlusion [n] - See also: occlusion

Lexicographical Neighbors of Occlusions

occlusal rest bar
occlusal rim
occlusal scheme
occlusal splints
occlusal surface
occlusal system
occlusal table
occlusal vertical dimension
occlusal wear
occlusion bodies
occlusion body
occlusion of pupil
occlusion rim
occlusions (current term)
occlusive dressing
occlusive dressings
occlusive ileus
occlusive meningitis
occulomotor nerve

Literary usage of Occlusions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ingots and Ingot Moulds by Arthur W. Brearley, Harry Brearley (1918)
"X SLAG occlusions THE presence of slag in cemented or puddled steel was one of the reasons why Huntsman found such material unsatisfactory for clock springs ..."

2. The Pathology, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of women: Including the by Graily Hewitt (1874)
"Various Unusual Conditions of the Hymen.—Menstrual Retention associated with Imperforate Hymen.—Treatment of Defects and occlusions of the Vagina. ..."

3. The London Medical Gazette (1829)
"congenital or accidental, occlusions of the vagina lequire тегу delicate operations, and such as seldom succeed. Three such oc- cured at the Hotel Dieu ..."

4. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"The duration of the reactive hyperemia for the 60- and 120-sec occlusions were 51.5 ± 2.1 and 76.2 ± 4.2 sec, respectively. Systemic arterial pressure was ..."

5. Design, Operation and Training Manual for an Intensive Culture Shrimp Hatchery by Granvil D. Treece, Joe M. Fox (1999)
"occlusions can be detected sometimes by examination of feces acquired directly ... A common sign is the occurrence of "occlusions" observed in tissue cells. ..."

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