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I am not aware of any book currently in print in any language that contains as much anatomical information as the 40th edition. Suddenly, were all monsters for trashing the sacred cow. The class was more of a combination of anatomy and physiology and this book was strictly anatomy. The title grays anatomy has been picked up by many anatomy books over the years so its important to clarify which book youre talking about. Grays anatomy 38th edition reference the anatomical. Descriptive and applied, but the book s name is commonly shortened to, and later editions are titled, grays anatomy. The result is, once again, the worlds definitive source on human anatomy.
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Netter, mds atlas of human anatomy celebrates his unsurpassed depiction of the human body in. I met grays anatomy for the first time during the beginning of september 1939. Use of the current edition of the electronic version of this book ebook is subject to the terms of the. Dream anatomy was a significant anatomical and artistic imaging exhibition provided by the national library of medicine nlm five years ago. In short, the 40th edition of grays anatomy is not only the most complete textbook of anatomy on the market but is possibly the most complete anatomical atlas available. Nevertheless, the 38th edition contained 2,092 pages in large. This book has come a long way from its original edition.
Principles of anatomy and physiology, 14th edition continues to offer a balanced presentation of content under the umbrella of our primary and unifying theme of homeostasis, supported by relevant. First published in 1858 to serve as an accessible and instructive anatomy text for medical students, the book has gone through multiple editions since and has never been out of print. The book was written by helen fisher phd, our cofounder. Grays anatomy 37th thirtyseventh edition published by churchill livingstone 1989 hardcover on. In antiquity, the human bodys internal structure was subject to specu. To better comprehend some of the anatomical structures i first read relevant portions of this book and then go to netters atlas of human anatomy. Grays anatomy the classic first edition by henry f. The senior editor of this book and accompanying website on. The sevenvolume tome also happened to be a work of art and a marvel of renaissance book.
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