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inverted

adjective Referring to a foot, or part thereof, which is tilted in the frontal plane, so the plantar surface faces toward the midline of the body and away from the transverse plane, or another specified reference point

inverted

reverse in position, direction or order.

inverted L block
a pattern of local filtration anesthesia commonly used in laparotomy in the ox. A horizontal line of infiltration is made just ventral to the transverse processes of the lumbar vertebrae, a vertical one just caudal to the costal arch.
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A study on the clinical profile and management of inverted papilloma.
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These are squares which when inverted turn into their own transpose
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