Medical Definition of Angle of depression

1. The angle formed by the meeting of a line drawn through the shaft of the femur with one passing through the long axis of the femoral neck; normally it is about 127°. Synonym: angle of depression, neck-shaft angle. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Angle Of Depression

angle brackets
angle closure glaucoma
angle for
angle grinder
angle grinders
angle iron
angle of Fuchs
angle of anomaly
angle of antetorsion
angle of anteversion
angle of aperture
angle of attack
angle of convergence
angle of declination
angle of depression (current term)
angle of deviation
angle of dip
angle of eccentricity
angle of emergence
angle of extinction
angle of femoral torsion
angle of incidence
angle of inclination
angle of iris
angle of jaw
angle of mandible
angle of polarization
angle of reflection

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