Gray's Anatomy: The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice, Part 1
Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005 - Human anatomy - 1627 pages
The 'ultimate truth' in anatomy. Gray's Anatomy is the peerless source of reference on all matters concerning human anatomy. The new 39th edition has been redesigned, reduced in size and rigorously edited to improve readability, remove duplication and thereby produce one of the most radical revisions in the book's long and distinguished history. For the first time, Gray's Anatomy has been organised by body region, and edited by a team of clinicians, to ensure maximum relevance to those working in medicine, dentistry and professions allied to medicine. Our goal has been to provide the most reliable and comprehensive human anatomy resource possible, together with 'signposts' to the most current sources of molecular and cytological information available elsewhere, on the web or in print. The book will also be available as an e-dition,
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