: the partial or complete blocking (as by a thrombus, by spasm, or by sclerosis) of a coronary artery
Examples of coronary occlusion in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe elder Pulman died June 17, 1940, of a coronary occlusion related to a ruptured appendix with general peritonitis, according to his death certificate.
Paula Allen, San Antonio Express-News, 23 Dec. 2017
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