Anatomy of the human body

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Lea & Febiger, 1985 - Medical - 1676 pages
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A modern edition of Gray's nineteenth-century text on the anatomy of the human body, focusing on the structure and relationship of the human organs and systems

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Histologic Structure of Connective
2
The Development of the Embryo
34
The Growth of the Embryo and Fetus
61
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Born in 1827 in England, Henry Gray worked diligently and methodically on his dissections while a student in London. His breakthrough work on human anatomy was published in 1858, and the first edition quickly sold out. Gray died at age 34.

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