Angle is the figure formed by two lines or planes diverging from a common point; the space between two lines or planes diverging from a common point.

anterior chamber a. The angle formed at the junction of the iris and cornea.

cerebellopontine a. The space at the junction of the cerebellum and pons.

a. of convergence The angle between the line of vision and the median line.

critical a. The angle of incidence which results in a refracted ray; if the angle of incidence is greater than 90°, the ray is reflected.

a. of jaw The angle formed by the lower edge of the body of the mandible and the posterior edge of the ramus.

sternal a. The angle or ridge on the anterior surface of the sternum at the junction of its body and manubrium.

superior a. of scapula The angle formed by the junction of the superior and medial

borders of the scapula.

- Body
- Cerebellum
- Chamber
- Convergence
- Cornea
- Figure
- Incidence
- Iris
- Jaw
- Junction
- Line
- Mandible
- Manubrium
- Medial
- Median
- Point
- Pons
- Posterior
- Ramus
- Ray
- Ridge
- Scapula
- Space
- Sternal
- Sternum
- Superior
- Surface
- Vision

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