Match each term on the left with its meaning on the right.

inversiona. pertaining to the sole of the footb. tail bonec. ventral cavity that contains heart, lungs, and associated structuresd. toward the surface of the body (external)e. lying horizontal with face downwardf. turning outwardg. nearer to the center (trunk of the body)h. ventral cavity that contains digestive, reproductive, and excretory structuresi. turning inward or inside outj. part of the spine known as the neckk. movement toward the median planel. away from the head; toward the tail or lower part of a structurem. away from the surface of the body (internal)n. part of the spine known as the loino. near the back of the body\begin{aligned} \text{inversion}\qquad \qquad \qquad\quad & \text{a. pertaining to the sole of the foot}\\ &\text{b. tail bone}\\ &\text{c. ventral cavity that contains heart, lungs, and associated structures}\\ &\text{d. toward the surface of the body (external)}\\ &\text{e. lying horizontal with face downward}\\ &\text{f. turning outward}\\ &\text{g. nearer to the center (trunk of the body)}\\ &\text{h. ventral cavity that contains digestive, reproductive, and excretory structures}\\ &\text{i. turning inward or inside out}\\ &\text{j. part of the spine known as the neck}\\ &\text{k. movement toward the median plane}\\ &\text{l. away from the head; toward the tail or lower part of a structure}\\ &\text{m. away from the surface of the body (internal)}\\ &\text{n. part of the spine known as the loin}\\ &\text{o. near the back of the body}\\ \end{aligned}


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Feet can do movements of inversion or eversion. These movements make the ankle move turn outward (eversion) or inward (inversion).

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