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  1. An occlusion occurs when something has been closed up or blocked off. Almost all heart attacks are the result of the occlusion of a coronary (heart) artery by a blood clot. When a person's upper and lower teeth form a "malocclusion," they close incorrectly or badly.
  2. In dentistry, an occlusion in which the posterior teeth of a denture have masticatory surfaces that resemble natural, healthy dentition and articulate with the surfaces of similar or opposing teeth. The opposing teeth may be artificial or natural.
  3. noun the act or state of occluding or the state of being occluded. Dentistry. the fitting together of the teeth of the lower jaw with the corresponding teeth of the upper jaw when the jaws are closed. Pathology. closure or blockage of a blood vessel: coronary occlusion.
  4. occlusion noun (WEATHER) [ C ] environment (also occluded front) a situation in the weather when two masses of air meet, especially when a mass of cold air reaches warm air and pushes the warm air up .
  5. occlusion top: in a cold-front occlusion cold air moves under a mass of warm air and under the cool air in front bottom: in a warm-front occlusion cool air moves under a mass of warm air while riding over the cold air in front oc·clu·sion (ə-klo͞o′zhən) n. 1. a. The process of occluding. b. Something that occludes. 2. Medicine An obstruction of.
  6. Occlusion is defined as the way the teeth meet when the lower jaw (mandible) and upper jaw (maxilla) come together. It is how the teeth contact in any type of functional relationship. Normal occlusion is desirable as it allows oral functions to operate properly, provides the best esthetics and is helpful in the prevention of disease.
  7. Your retina is a thin layer of tissue that lines the back of your eyeball. It turns light into signals to the brain, which interprets them as sight. When a vein in the retina becomes blocked, it’s Author: Sharon Liao.
  8. A blockage in an artery or vein is called an occlusion or stroke. When the flow of blood from the retina is blocked, it is often because a blot clot is blocking the retinal vein. This condition is called retinal vein occlusion (RVO). Nerve cells need a constant supply of blood to deliver oxygen and nutrients.
  9. Like a stroke in the brain, this happens when blood flow is blocked in the retina, a thin layer of tissue in the eye that helps you see. It can cause blurry vision and even blindness. Arteries Author: Sharon Liao.