Definition of Canula

1. n. See Cannula, Cannular, and Cannulated.



Definition of Canula

1. cannula [n -LAS or -LAE] : CANULAR [adj] - See also: cannula

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canula

cantrap
cantraps
cantred
cantreds
cantref
cantrefs
cantrip
cantrips
cants
cantus
cantus firmus
cantuzumab
canty
canuding
canula (current term)
canulae
canular
canulas
canulate
canulated
canulates
canulating
canulation
canulisation
canulization
canun
canuns
canvas
canvas tent

Literary usage of Canula

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1878)
"I. The fine can- ula is connected with the canula of the syringe by means of ... I, the large canula of the syringe; 2, rubber tube serving to connect this ..."

2. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1869)
"Further, both ends of the canula being always open, the urine trickles away, keeping the patient constantly wet and uncomfortable. ..."

3. Anatomical Technology as Applied to the Domestic Cat: An Introduction to by Burt Green Wilder, Simon Henry Gage (1882)
"canula.—The canula is the smaller part which serves to connect the syringe with the object to bo injected. Handle.—The handle is a continuation of the ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1805)
"On the 5th a trial was made to remove the canula (a previous attempt had been made without success); the moment it was withdrawn a violent attack of ..."

5. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1873)
"The point plays in an oblong space cut for it 111 the canula. —I Pig. 1. Fig. 2. Fig. 3. Fig. 4. MB. RICHARDSON'S New Bulbed Stricture Sound for Exploring ..."

6. A System of surgery: theoretical and practical v.5 by Timothy Holmes (1871)
"The laryngeal canula forceps (Fig. 448) is an instrument admirably adapted fur removing small growths from the interior of the larynx and neighbourhood of ..."

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