The book contains 350 detailed engravings – many of them in colour – and is an invaluable guide for all students of anatomy, whether studying for medical or artistic purposes.
Grays Anatomy, that classic beloved of medical students for over 100 years, is the fundamental work underlying Anatomy. But this is Grays with a difference with all the fine engravings of the original, but accompanied by fresher, more accessible text that explains in lay terms exactly how the hip bone is connected to the thigh bone, and all the other systems as well. The book contains 350 detailed engravings many of them in colour and is an invaluable guide for all students of anatomy, whether studying for medical or artistic purposes. It is also an appealing source book for artists looking for inspiration from the exquisitely detailed engravings.
Chris Joseph is a freelance writer who specializes in science and technology. He is also an editor and reviewer of articles for scientific journals and a contributor to scientific reference books. He lives and works in Oxford, England
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