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can·nu·late

also can·u·late (kăn′yə-lāt′)
tr.v. can·nu·lat·ed, can·nu·lat·ing, can·nu·lates or can·u·lat·ed or can·u·lat·ing or can·u·lates
To insert a cannula into (a bodily cavity, duct, or vessel), as for the drainage of fluid or the administration of medication.
adj.
Tubular; hollow.

can′nu·la′tion n.
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In situ degradability, rumen bacteria population, and in vitro gas production in cannulated steers fed diets with and without HMTBa (July 28, 7:30 AM -- 9:30 AM)
The European orthopedic trauma device market includes segments for plates and screws, cannulated screws, intramedullary nails, hip intramedullary nails, compression hip screws and external fixation devices.
has received CE Mark approval for the commercial sale of its antimicrobial OrthoFuzIon Cannulated Bone Screw System for orthopedic reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) procedures in the European Union.
All screws are color-coded according to their diameter, cannulated, fenestrated, self-cutting and self-drilling.
INTERNAL FIXATION DEVICES Reconstructive foot surgery now uses a variety of devices for precision and strength, including cannulated screws that can slide down a wire to an exact location; headless screws, which can be made flush with the bone; and plates that are each designed to fit a specific joint in the foot.
Internal fixation includes devices such as plates & screws, intramedullary nails, and cannulated screws.
The TowerLOX Minimally Invasive Lumbar Surgery System was developed by Captiva Spine, in collaboration with spine surgeons and industry experts, to provide simple and intuitive function in a cannulated pedicle screw, tower and rod delivery system.
5 mm retrograde partially threaded cannulated screws in the same configuration as the previously placed guide wires.
The gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus muscle group was carefully dissected free from both hindlimbs and placed in cold (4[degrees]C), first-order (1A) arterioles were isolated from the muscles and cannulated with micropipettes and transferred to the stage of an inverted microscope.
Recently, several cannulated headless screw systems using a guide wire for scaphoid fixation have been developed and available.
In order to study the importance of pattern of screw insertion, third generation composite femora with cannulated screws inserted in two different patterns were tested to failure by a servohydraulic materials test system.