Occlusion

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Occlusion may refer to:

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Health and anatomy[edit]

  • Occlusion (dentistry), the manner in which the upper and lower teeth come together when the mouth is closed.
  • Occlusion effect, an audio phenomenon that occurs when one closes the opening into the ear canal and the loudness of low pitched sounds increases
  • Occlusion miliaria, a skin condition that is accompanied by anhidrosis and increased susceptibility to heat
  • Vascular occlusion, blockage of a blood vessel

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