occluder


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oc·clud·er

(ŏ-klūd'ĕr),
In dentistry, a name given to some articulators.

occluder 

A device placed before an eye to block vision or to partially obscure vision. Syn. eye shield.

oc·clud·er

(ŏ-klūd'ĕr)
In dentistry, specific type of articulator.

occluder,

n a name given to some articulators. See also articulator.
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Catch me if you can: Transseptal retrieval of a dislodged left atrial appendage occluder.
After that it is possible to introduce the delivery system with the occluder.
Results: There were one hundred and twenty (120) patients who underwent transcatheter occlusion of PDA using SHSMA occluder (PDA Device Group) and one hundred and thirty (130) patients who underwent surgical ligation of PDA (Surgical Group).
5 months notice improbable outcomes of occlusion events when tall objects become fully hidden behind short occluders (e.
Transcatheter closure of perimembranous ventricular septal defects using the new Amplatzer membranous VSD Occluder.
A shadow volume defines the regions in space that are in shadow of an occluder in object space with additional geometry.
Transient renal failure due to hemolysis following transcatheter closure of a muscular VSD using an Amplatzer muscular VSD occluder.
Lifetech, an innovative medical devices company from Shenzhen, is a pioneer in the Chinese medical device industry in one way because its innovative CeraFlex occluder will enter the western mainstream markets through Medtronic's global leading sales channels, paving the way for distributing implanted medical devices in western countries.
When visual acuity was less than 20/60, it was measured with a pinhole occluder to detect whether visual impairment was caused by refractive error.
For placement of the tracheal occluder cuff, spontaneously breathing animals were anesthetized with isoflurane gas (2%-5% in [O.
The method proposed in [17] obtains moving occluder silhouette information from video sequences of static calibrated cameras using a background subtraction technique.