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The term lordosis refers to the normal inward lordotic curvature of the lumbar and cervical regions of the human spine . [1] The normal outward (convex) curvature in the thoracic and sacral regions is termed kyphosis or kyphotic . The term comes from the Greek lordōsis, from lordos "bent backward" [2]

Lordosis behavior , also known as mammalian lordosis (Greek lordōsis, from lordos "bent backward" [1] ) or presenting , is the naturally occurring body posture for sexual receptivity to copulation adopted by some mammals including elephants , rodents , felines . The primary characteristics of the behavior are a lowering of the forelimbs but with the rear limbs extended and hips raised, ventral arching of the spine and a raising, or sideward displacement, of the tail . During lordosis, the spine curves dorsoventrally so that its apex points towards the abdomen.

The spine , or backbone, is made up of small bones (vertebrae) stacked -- along with discs -- one on top of another. A healthy spine when viewed from the side has gentle curves to it. The curves help the spine absorb stress from body movement and gravity.