Definition of cannula
cannulaeplay \-ˌlē, -ˌlī\
: a small tube for insertion into a body cavity or into a duct or vessel
Origin and Etymology of cannula
New Latin, from Latin, diminutive of canna reed — more at cane
First Known Use: 1684
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