Stop, close up, or obstruct (an opening, orifice, or passage); Shut (something) in.; Cover (an eye) to prevent its use.; (of a tooth) close on or come into contact with another tooth in the opposite jaw.; (of a solid) absorb and retain (a gas or impurity).
‘thick makeup can occlude the pores’
‘Devices for occluding the urethra include urethral plugs and, more recently, expandable urethral devices.’
‘All this is jam-packed into your sinuses and other nasal structures, occluding your airway completely.’
‘The prime focus in the treatment of an AMI in the 1980s and 1990s was on the re-establishment of flow in the acutely occluded coronary artery.’
‘An ascending dissection occasionally can occlude the ostium of a coronary artery and lead to myocardial infarction.’
‘After acquiring Doppler sounds at the palmar arch, the RNFA occludes the radial artery flow.’
закрывать, закупоривать, смыкаться, преграждать