cephalic angle


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ce·phal·ic an·gle

one of several angles formed by the intersection of two lines passing through certain points of the face or cranium.

cephalic angle

In radiology, angulation of the central ray toward the patient's head.
See also: angle

ce·phal·ic an·gle

(sĕ-falik anggĕl)
One of several angles formed by intersection of two lines passing through certain points of face or cranium.