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Author: Henry Gray,H.V. Carter
ISBN: 1840134585
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 306 pages
Publisher New Line Books; Facsimile edition (August 1, 2007)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Gray's Anatomy: A Facsimile download

by Henry Gray,H.V. Carter


by Henry Gray (Author), . Carter (Illustrator). Hardcover: 306 pages.

by Henry Gray (Author), . ISBN-13: 978-1840134582.

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Gray's Anatomy is an English written textbook of human anatomy originally written by Henry Gray and illustrated by Henry Vandyke Carter.

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Condition: Very Good. 2. Published by Thunder Bay Press (CA) (2002). ISBN 10: 1571457275 ISBN 13: 9781571457271. Gray, Henry F. R. S. Published by Thunder Bay Pr (2001).

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Henry Gray was an English anatomist and surgeon, best remembered for his book, ‘Gray’s Anatomy’. Born around the first quarter of the nineteenth century, he received his medical training from St. George’s Hospital Medical School and remained attached to it all through his short career. He was a methodical student who learnt anatomy by personally making each dissection, which was quite extraordinary in those days. Thus he became a master of his subject and began publishing papers while he was still a student. By the age of 25, he had been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and by 26, he had.

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