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The cervical and the lumbar vertebrae form an outward curve, which is called (i)_______, while the thoracic and sacral vertebrae form an inward curve called (ii)_______. 



A

Coccyx and Lordosis

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B

Lordosis and Kyphosis

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C

Coccyx and Sacral

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D

Kyphosis and Sacral

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Solution

The correct option is A

Lordosis and Kyphosis


The cervical, as well as the lumbar vertebrae, form an outward curve, which is called lordosis, while the thoracic and sacral vertebrae form an inward curve called kyphosis. 


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