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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.