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angulus

 [ang´gu-lus] (pl. an´guli) (L.)
angle; used in names of anatomic structures or landmarks.

An·gle

(ang'gĕl),
Edward Hartley, U.S. orthodontist, 1855-1930. See: Angle classification of malocclusion.

an·gle (θ),

(ang'gl), [TA]
The meeting point of two lines or planes; the figure formed by the junction of two lines or planes; the space bounded on two sides by converging lines or planes. For angles not listed below, see the descriptive term; for example, axioincisal, distobuccal, labiogingival, linguogingival (2), mesiogingival, and proximobuccal.
Synonym(s): angulus [TA]
[L. angulus]

angulus

/an·gu·lus/ (ang´gu-lus) pl. an´guli   [L.] angle; used in names of anatomic structures or landmarks.

incisura angularis

An abrupt indentation of the gastric wall along the lesser curvature, located between the proximal 2/3 and distal 1/3, marking the imaginary junction between the antrum and body.

an·gle

(ang'gĕl) [TA]
The figure formed by the junction of two lines or planes; the space bounded on two sides by lines or planes that meet. For specific angles, see the descriptive term, e.g., axioincisal, distobuccal, labiogingival, linguogingival (2), mesiogingival, proximobuccal.
Synonym(s): angulus [TA] .
[L. angulus]

angulus

pl. anguli [L.] angle; used in names of anatomical structures or landmarks.

angulus soleae
see sole angle.
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Then in quick succession, we add the smiling muscles, levator anguli oris (attaching just below the eye to lift the corners of the mouth) and the sadness muscles, levator labii superioris (Fig 4) (which deepen the nasiolabial fold when crying or being serious) and the depressor anguli oris, the disgust muscle (a triangular muscle attaching to the lower jaw at the side of the mouth) which lowers the corners of the mouth.
Quo adinvento, rursus de eo aliquae passiones probantur, sicut quod eius anguli sunt aequales aut aliquid huiusmodi.
Specifically, the 'grief' muscles, the corrugator supercilli - located around the eyebrow - and depressor anguli oris - between the chin and corner of the lips - were more often contracted in the faces of 'genuine' rather than 'deceptive pleaders,'" University of British Columbia researchers found.
levator labii superior, levator anguli oris and risorius) are stretched downward throughout the entire muscle, the upper lip can become more active.
the buccal branch, which innervates the procerus, the zygomaticus major and minor, the levator labii superioris, the levator anguli oris, nasal muscles, the buccinator, and the orbicularis oris
the mandibular lamina (the depressor labii inferioris, the mentalis, the risorius, the depressor anguli oris, the inferior part of the orbicularis oris, and perhaps the buccinator and the levator anguli otis)
Between 24 and 26 mm, the zygomaticus major, the depressor anguli oris, and the buccinator appear.
A slight drooping at the mouth corners (through unconscious contraction of depressor anguli offs) may be the first visible sign of sadness or disappointment.
E) All right angles are equal (omnis recti anguli sunt aequales).
The toxin is typically injected into the zygomaticus major and minor, the levator anguli oris, and the risorius.