Book review| Volume 58, ISSUE 3, P283-284, April 2020

Gray’s Surgical Anatomy

Published:February 27, 2020DOI:
      Henry Gray, an anatomist and surgeon at St George’s Hospital Medical School in London, first published his book on human anatomy in 1858. He died of smallpox 3 years later at the age of 34,
      • Flatt A.F.
      Happy Birthday, Gray’s Anatomy.
      but his legacy lives on over one and a half century later with the publication of the first edition of Gray’s Surgical Anatomy, written by a team of authors led by Professor Peter Brennan, an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon.
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        • Flatt A.F.
        Happy Birthday, Gray’s Anatomy.
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