invertor

[in-vur-ter]
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noun Anatomy.

any muscle that turns a limb or part inward.

Origin of invertor

First recorded in 1900–05; invert + -or2
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Historical Examples of invertor

  • You merely had to put them on the Invertor in Surgery and flick the switch for full Inversion.

    The Big Time

    Fritz Reuter Leiber


invertor in Medicine

invertor

[ĭn-vûrtər]

n.

A muscle that turns a body part such as the foot inward.
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