Gray's Anatomyby Henry Gray, H. V. Carter (Illustrator)
No longer need you search through second-hand bookstores for a scarce, used copy of this grandfather of all anatomy books. It is here in this unabridged facsimile of the 1901 edition -- with a full 1,257 pages and 827 illustrations!
Written in the 1850s by a young doctor, Henry Gray, Gray's Anatomy was the most comprehensive and accessible anatomy of its time. This beautifully produced slipcased volume contains the historic text of the second edition and all of Henry Vandyke Carter's masterly drawings. It is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the history of medicine or in the amazingly complex machine that is the human body.
If you plan on working in the medical field as a Doctor, Surgeon, or if you just want to expand your medical knowledge of the human anatomy, then this is the book. This hardcover comes in a slipcased box to keep it protected. Inside the book you can find things like skeletal breakdowns, muscular breakdowns, and illustrations of each with in depth reading in each section.
I work in the medical field and I have always had a fascination of how the human body works and is built. This book is a must have in learning these things. The illustrations are a bonus to the reading. I proudly display this on my bookshelf and find myself looking through it for many pieces of information.
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Meet the Author
Henry Gray was an English anatomist and surgeon most notable for publishing Gray's Anatomy -- the world's most famous medical textbook. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society at the age of 25.
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The best ever anatomy book I have seen.A great help to both teachers and students of anatomy.
This book is very informative, but only if you have a basic idea of the medical terms used. I don't recommend it to people not taking an anatomy class, or for someone who doesnt plan on pursuing a medical career.