Definition of Blockage. Meaning of Blockage. Synonyms of Blockage

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Definition of Blockage

Blockage
Blockage Block"age, n. The act of blocking up; the state of being blocked up.

Meaning of Blockage from wikipedia

- Blockage (Persian: سد معبر, romanized: Sade Ma'bar) is a 2017 Iranian drama film directed by Mohsen Gharaie and written by Saeed Roustayi. The film screened...
- causes blockage of the bile duct p****ing through the cancerous portion of the pancreas; cholangiocarcinoma, cancer of the bile ducts; blockage by a stone...
- out if parenteral nutrition is of benefit to people with an inoperable blockage of the bowel caused by advanced cancer. In the management of small bowel...
- vessels, believed to have been the only military vessels affected by the blockage, were conducting naval exercises in the area at the time. Kola had been...
- The Revolution of Dignity (Ukrainian: Революція гідності, romanized: Revoliutsiia hidnosti) also known as the Maidan Revolution or the Ukrainian Revolution...
- occlusion is a blockage of a blood vessel, usually with a clot. It differs from thrombosis in that it can be used to describe any form of blockage, not just...
- An embolism is the lodging of an embolus, a blockage-causing piece of material, inside a blood vessel. The embolus may be a blood clot (thrombus), a fat...
- Nasal congestion is the blockage of nasal breathing usually due to membranes lining the nose becoming swollen from inflamed blood vessels. In about 85%...
- infections. Causes include blockage of the urethra, nerve problems, certain medications, and weak bladder muscles. Blockage can be caused by benign prostatic...
- sources consider it vertical or partial vertical transmission. Transstadial blockage could be considered the opposite of transstadial transmission, where the...