Catheter

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A catheter is a thin, flexible tube that is inserted into the body to allow for the drainage of fluids, the delivery of medications, or the insertion of medical instruments. Catheters are commonly used in medical procedures such as urinary catheterization, angiography, and endoscopy. They can also be used to treat conditions such as urinary incontinence, kidney stones, and bladder infections.

Catheter

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