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The name for this kink in a geometry is an "inversion". It is not a topology error per se (as explained in this answer), but it can be an indication of coordinate collapse (such as at the mouth of a harbor, etc.). I can't think of any elegant way to identify inversions. One possible solution (that I haven't tried) would convert the polygon rings to ...



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