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CATHETER

Bible DictionaryAids Glossary
a flexible tube inserted into a body channel to maintain an opening to the channel. Catheters are commonly used in veins for ongoing drug treatment.
Bible DictionaryGlossary of HIV(AIDS)-Related Terms
A tubular medical device for insertion into canals, vessels, passageways, or body cavities, usually to permit injection (e.g., through an intravenous catheter into a vein), withdrawal of fluids, or to keep a passage open.
Bible DictionaryNCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
[KATH-i-ter]A flexible tube used to deliver fluids into or withdraw fluids from the body. 
A Service of the National Cancer Institute.
Bible DictionaryGlossary for Testicular Cancer
A thin flexible tube through which fluids can enter or leave the body.
Bible DictionaryNIDDK Digestive Diseases Dictionary
(KATH-uh-tur) A thin, flexible tube that carries fluids into or out of the body.
By NDDIC, a service of the NIDDK,NIH

 

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