gray- anatomy review

Rote memorization of anatomic facts has been the cardinal feature of exhaustive, and exhausting, courses in human anatomy for many generations of students in medicine, dentistry, and other allied health science programs. Often, little distinction was made between the wheat and the chaff, and little attention was given to the practical, clinical application of the data.

In the face of the modern explosion of information and technical advances in the medical sciences, Gray’s Anatomy for Students was conceived and written as a clinically oriented, student-friendly textbook of human anatomy. The authors, Richard L. Drake, Wayne Vogl, and Adam W. M. Mitchell, have provided a sound base for student learning and understanding of both normal and altered human anatomy in the clinical setting.

This book, the Gray’s Anatomy Review , was designed for use by students after they have read the textbook and is in keeping with course objectives.

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