Q: What is the term used for the angle where the upper and lower eyelids meet?

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The medial angle of the eye is the angle formed by the upper and lower eyelids at the medial canthus. It is sometimes used to describe the medial canthus itself. You might think of it as the spot where your eyelids meet closest to your nose.

The outer canthus is the area where the upper and lower eyelids meet to form a 'V' on the side towards the ears (temporally). The inner canthus is the V at the nasal side.

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Where they meet on both ends is the canthus. The canthus is where the eyelids meat, i.e. the corners of the eyes. The palpebral fissure is the gap between the eyelids (the line formed when the eyelids are closed). The canthus are the ends of this line.

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