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By Peter L. Williams - Gray's Anatomy: 38th (eigth) Edition on ronaldweinland.info * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Not since it first published in has Gray's Anatomy introduced so much Use the Contact form to connect with the Head Librarian to obtain a PDF copy of . I had the honor to review the 37th edition of Gray's Anatomy for this publication and now hold the 38th edition, a colossus of pages and.
Corresponding author. Corresponding author: Adrian E. We students were greeted by the Regius Professor of Physic, who talked for an hour about the hand—hence my career choice—and then herded us into the dissecting room to start cutting on a corpse. Unfortunately, my girlfriend was not assigned to my corpse, so I arranged an exchange with another of the few women students. He mentored me and kept a demonstrator's job for me until I eventually got out of the Royal Air Force. Thereafter, I have collected a number of anatomy books, amongst which I treasure a 6th edition of Gray's published in
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This book has come a long way from it's original edition. Lots of slide images of tissues, anatomical variations, lengthy sections on each system, and a good organization make this a great reference text for research or practice.
One person found this helpful. Even though it is not as up to date as the newer editions, it is nice to see the book organized by the systems of the he body. I bought this book for my son.
He is in the middle of medical school and I wanted a special gift. After asking four different specialty doctors for recommendations, this was one of the books all four suggested was a "must" have in any medical professions library.
After briefly looking through it I can understand why. This book is a masterpiece. Gray's has a legacy of being an authority on gross anatomy but now it offers more. Not only does it have leading and valid information about the human body, this book covers gross anatomy, histology and even molecular aspects of the human body.
I dont know if any other text comes close to the depth and density of information that this contains. I personally own the CD version and I find it to be extremely user friendly.
It would be a must for anyone entering medicine or allied health studies. It is a really good reference material and thats how it should be addressed, as a reference material.
It often fills in the gaps where you need it the most. I have found that in my first two years in premed it was instrumental. This book is truly a masterpiece. The writing and layout is good. Descriptions and illustrations are clear and well done.
I am not a medical professional and yet I find this book fascinating in its breadth and scope. For example a comparison of publishing histories shows that the American numbering kept roughly apace with the British up until the 16th editions in , with the American editions either acknowledging the English edition, or simply matching the numbering in the 14th, 15th and 16th editions.
Then the American numbering crept ahead, with the 17th American edition published in , while the 17th British edition was published in This increased to a three year gap for the 18th and 19th editions, leading to the publication of the New American from the Eighteenth English, which brought the numbering back into line.
Both 20th editions were then published in the same year Thereafter, it was the British numbering that published ahead, with the 21st British edition in , and the 21st American edition in This discrepancy continued to increase, so that the 30th British edition was published in , while the 30th and last American edition was published in On the World Wide Web, there are many offers for what seem to be reprints of the probably An illustration from the edition.
Gray's Anatomy 3 U. Although such prints may serve artistic uses because their companion illustrations and anatomical cross sections are renowned for their rustic and often haunting presentation, they no longer represent up-to-date anatomical understanding, as much less was known at the time.
Henry Gray wrote the original version of Gray's Anatomy with an audience of medical students and physicians in mind, especially surgeons. For many decades however, precisely because Gray's textbook became such a classic, successive editors made major efforts to preserve its position as possibly the most authoritative text on the subject in the English language.
Toward this end, a long-term strategy appears to have been to have the book contain a fully comprehensive account of the anatomical and medical understanding available at the time of publication of each edition. Given the explosion of medical understanding in the 20th century, it is easily appreciated that this led to a vast expansion of the book, which threatened to collapse under its own weight in a metaphorical and physical sense.
From the 35th edition onward, increased efforts were made to reverse this trend and keep the book readable by students. Nevertheless, the 38th edition contained 2, pages in large format. The Making of Mr. Gray's Anatomy, Oxford University Press. The Anatomist: a True story of Gray's Anatomy, Retrieved Williams, ed London: Longman. Clemente, ed Clemente p.