distal occlusion

dis·tal oc·clu·sion

1. a tooth occluding in a position distal to normal; Synonym(s): distoocclusion, postnormal occlusion, retrusive occlusion (2)
2. Synonym(s): distoclusion

dis·tal oc·clu·sion

(dis'tăl ŏ-klū'zhŭn)
1. A tooth occluding in a position distal to normal.
Synonym(s): retrusive occlusion (2) .
2. Synonym(s): distoclusion.

dis·tal oc·clu·sion

(dis'tăl ŏ-klū'zhŭn)
1. Tooth occluding in a position more distal than normal.
Synonym(s): retrusive occlusion (2) .
2. Synonym(s): distoclusion.
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sup][6],[7] EB has been used to establish animal models of posterior ischemic optic neuropathy, neuropathic pain, and distal occlusion of the arteria cerebri media.
In our context where access to in vitro fertilization remains limited, it is believed that laparoscopic fimbrioplasty and neosalpingostomy should be the preferred choice when faced with tubal distal occlusion in a context of female infertility.
Simultaneously, the highest incidence of malocclusion was observed in a group of distal occlusion (according to the classification by Orlik-Grzybowska) [7-11].
Coronary angiography showed a total distal occlusion of the right coronary artery coexisting with double coronary fistulas.
In clinical situations like flush terminal plane with class II canine relationship indicates a higher risk to develop a distal occlusion in permanent dentition.
A GP IIb/IIIa blocker tirofiban bolus was given at a dose of 10 microgram/kg IV and both proximal thrombotic lesion and distal occlusion were passed with 0.
Treatment of symptomatic cases is still controversial with options ranging from observation and follow up, proximal and distal occlusion, resection with re-anastomosis, transposition and wrapping.
IVF is the best treatment for older women of reproductive age who have significant tubal pathology, and for women who have both proximal and distal occlusion.
Our customers have identified the need for a guidewire with a distal occlusion balloon that can easily control blood flow in the vessel while allowing the introduction and use of endovascular treatment tools," said Robert Dutcher, chairman, president and CEO of Possis Medical.
The internal thoracic artery (ITA) distal occlusion is a common phenomenon after the ITA left anterior descending artery (LAD) bypass surgery.
Control the bleeding digitally at first, followed by proximal and distal occlusion.
The differences were largely due to the timing of expenses incurred for various R&D projects including the new drive unit, new generation rapid exchange catheters and the Company's regulatory strategy for its distal occlusion products.

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