Obstruction

Some articles on obstruction:

Scouting Rapids - Rapids - Streambed Topography - Obstruction
... surface.) If the flow passes next to the obstruction, an eddy may form behind the obstruction although eddies are typically sheltered areas where boaters can stop to rest, scout or leave the main current, they ... In large rivers with high flow rates next to an obstruction, "eddy walls" can occur ... river is substantially higher than the level of the water in the eddy behind the obstruction ...
Surgery Obstruction - Example
... If there is no obstruction ... If then the surgery obstruction can be calculated as the difference of the signatures of M and X ... If then the surgery obstruction is the Arf-invariant of the associated kernel quadratic form over ...
Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms - Use of The Term LUTS in Diagnosis Codes of ICD 9 CM
600.00 Hypertrophy (benign) of prostate w/o urinary obstruction and other lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) 600.01 Hypertrophy (benign) of prostate with urinary obstruction and other LUTS 600.20 Benign ...
Stroudwater Navigation - Points of Interest
2.3545 (Jn with Gloucester and Sharpness Canal) SO756093 A38 obstruction 51°45′55″N 2°19′52″W / 51.7652°N 2.3310°W / 51.7652 -2.3310 (A38 ...
Hydrocolpos
... by accumulation of fluid due to congenital vaginal obstruction ... The obstruction is often caused by an imperforate hymen or less commonly a transverse vaginal septum ... rare instances urine accumulated through a vesicovaginal fistula proximal to the obstruction ...

More definitions of "obstruction":

  • (noun): Getting in someone's way.
  • (noun): The act of obstructing.
    Example: "Obstruction of justice"
  • (noun): Something immaterial that stands in the way and must be circumvented or surmounted.
    Example: "The filibuster was a major obstruction to the success of their plan"
    Synonyms: obstacle
  • (noun): The state or condition of being obstructed.
    Synonyms: blockage

Famous quotes containing the word obstruction:

    The short lesson that comes out of long experience in political agitation is something like this: all the motive power in all of these movements is the instinct of religious feeling. All the obstruction comes from attempting to rely on anything else. Conciliation is the enemy.
    John Jay Chapman (1862–1933)

    Every obstruction of the course of justice,—is a door opened to betray society, and bereave us of those blessings which it has in view.... It is a strange way of doing honour to God, to screen actions which are a disgrace to humanity.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)