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occlusive

adjective oc·clu·sive \-siv, -ziv\

Definition of OCCLUSIVE

1
:  serving to occlude
2
:  characterized by occlusion

Origin of OCCLUSIVE

Latin occlusus, past participle of occludere
First Known Use: 1888
Medical Dictionary

occlusive

adjective oc·clu·sive \-siv\

Medical Definition of OCCLUSIVE

:  causing or characterized by occlusion <occlusive arterial disease>

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