Definition of Gray's Anatomy from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Gray's Anatomy

 
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the name by which Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical is commonly known. It is a book consisting of descriptions and illustrations of the human body, first written in 1858 by Henry Gray, an English doctor. Many revised editions have been published and it is still used by many medical students in Britain.