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ob·struct

 (əb-strŭkt′, ŏb-)
tr.v. ob·struct·ed, ob·struct·ing, ob·structs
1. To block or fill (a passage or opening) with obstacles or an obstacle.
2. To impede, retard, or interfere with; hinder: obstructed my progress. See Synonyms at hinder1.
3. To be or get in the way of (a view or something to be seen). See Synonyms at block.

[Latin obstruere, obstrūct- : ob-, against; see ob- + struere, to pile up; see ster- in Indo-European roots.]

ob·struct′er, ob·struc′tor n.
ob·struc′tive adj.
ob·struc′tive·ly adv.
ob·struc′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.obstructive - preventing movement; "the clogging crowds of revelers overflowing into the street"
preventative, preventive - tending to prevent or hinder

obstructive

Translations
مُعَرْقِل، حائِل دون التَقَدُّم
obstruerende
obstruáló
sem tefur/hindrar
prekážajúci
engelleyici

obstructive

[əbˈstrʌktɪv] ADJobstruccionista
he's just being obstructiveestá poniendo dificultades nada más

obstructive

[əbˈstrʌktɪv] adjobstructionniste

obstructive

adjobstruktiv (esp Pol), → behindernd; to be obstructive (person)Schwierigkeiten machen, sich querstellen (inf); to be obstructive to progressdem Fortschritt hinderlich sein

obstructive

[əbˈstrʌktɪv] adjche crea impedimenti
stop being obstructive! → smettila di fare ostruzionismo!

obstruct

(əbˈstrakt) verb
1. to block or close. The road was obstructed by a fallen tree.
2. to stop (something) moving past or making progress. The crashed lorry obstructed the traffic.
obˈstruction (-ʃən) noun
something that obstructs. an obstruction in the pipe.
obˈstructive adjective
inclined to cause trouble and difficulties. an obstructive personality.

obstructive

a. obstructor, obstruccionista.

obstructive

adj obstructivo
References in periodicals archive ?
In cases of ureteral obstruction, symptoms will present as a unilateral obstructive uropathy. Higher degrees of ureteral obstruction can then progress to hydronephrosis and renal failure.
Thus, uric acid crystals readily precipitate when concentrated in the renal circulation, leading to renal tubule obstruction and obstructive uropathy, with compromised glomerular filtration and reduced urine output.
Patients who have secondary pseudohypoaldosteronism (PHA) in addition to hyponatraemia, hyperpotassaemia and high serum aldosterone levels for the age were included in this retrospective study.Among eight patients, seven patients were diagnosed with PHA secondary to obstructive uropathy (OUP), whereas one patient had PHA secondary to ileostomy.
Obstructive uropathy led to the development of AKI in 27% of diabetic patients, of which 21% was due to renal stone.
Renal forniceal rupture (RFR) is a potential urological emergency, although it is a rare result of obstructive uropathy. It often emerges as a secondary to obstruction of the ureter or ureteropelvic junction and generally occurs in the upper and lower renal pole calyces (1,2).
Obstructive uropathy is a major section on the certification examination at all levels.
We diagnosed this case as a nontraumatic renal rupture due to pyelonephritis with obstructive uropathy with stones leading to a retroperitoneal abscess with inflammatory perforation of the colon and severe necrotizing soft tissue infection of the right lower limb (Figures 1 and 2).
Obstructive nephropathy (ON) is a chronic inflammatory process characterized by renal scarring resulting from obstructive uropathy (hydronephrosis).
The decision was made to initiate hemodialysis given the poor recovery in kidney function from obstructive uropathy. For one week, he received intermittent hemodialysis with high calcium baths.
Additionally, the patient's obstructive uropathy accompanied by recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI) and resolution of the pleural effusion with nephrectomy strongly suggests this to be a case of UT to be secondary to XGP.
Patients usually complain of obstructive uropathy, but less severe cases may manifest as a mass inside the prepuce, poor urine flow, strangury, hematuria, and foul smelling discharge.
There are many causes of distal RTA, which causes may be primary or (more commonly) secondary (due to paraproteinemia, medullary sponge kidney, nephrocalcinosis, obstructive uropathy, or autoimmune disease, etc.) (4) In our patient, the history of subjective xerophthalmia, subjective xerostomia, and positive anti-SS-A (Ro) and anti-SS-B(La) along with the results of the 5-minute Schirmer's test together supported the clinical diagnosis of pSS (5).

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