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Anatomy of the Human Body

Henry Gray

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1. 00 – Preface and Introduction
2. 01 – Embryology; The Animal Cell
3. 02 – The Ovum
4. 03 – The Spermatozoon; Fertilization of the Ovum
5. 04 – Segmentation of the Fertilized Ovum
6. 05 – The Neural Groove and Tube through The Yolk-sac
7. 06 – Development of the Fetal Membranes and Placenta
8. 07 – The Branchial Region
9. 08 – Development of Body Cavities; Form of the Embryo
10. 09 – Osteology: Introduction; Development of the Skeleton
11. 10 – Bone, Part 1
12. 11 – Bone, Part 2
13. 12 – The Vertebral Column; General Characteristics of a Vertebra
14. 13 – The Cervical Vertebrae
15. 14 – The Thoracic Vertebrae; The Lumbar Vertebrae
16. 15 – The Sacral and Coccygeal Vertebrae
17. 16 – The Vertebral Column as a Whole
18. 17 – The Thorax; The Sternum
19. 18 – The Ribs
20. 19 – The Costal Cartilages
21. 20 – The Skull; The Occipital Bone
22. 21 – The Parietal Bone; The Frontal Bone
23. 22 – The Temporal Bone, Part 1
24. 23 – The Temporal Bone, Part 2
25. 24 – The Sphenoid Bone
26. 25 – The Ethmoid Bone
27. 26 – The Facial Bones: The Nasal Bone; The Maxillae
28. 27 – The Lacrimal Bone; The Zygomatic Bone
29. 28 – The Palatine Bone
30. 29 – The Inferior Nasal Concha; The Vomer
31. 30 – The Mandible; The Hyoid Bone
32. 31 – The Exterior of the Skull, Part 1
33. 32 – The Exterior of the Skull, Part 2
34. 33 – The Interior of the Skull, Part 1
35. 34 – The Interior of the Skull, Part 2
36. 35 – The Extremities; The Clavicle
37. 36 – The Scapula
38. 37 – The Humerus
39. 38 – The Ulna
40. 39 – The Radius
41. 40 – The Carpus
42. 41 – The Metacarpus
43. 42 – The Phalanges of the Hand
44. 43 – The Hip Bone
45. 44 – The Pelvis
46. 45 – The Femur, Part 1
47. 46 – The Femur, Part 2
48. 47 – The Patella; The Tibia
49. 48 – The Fibula
50. 49 – The Tarsus
51. 50 – The Metatarsus; The Phalanges of the Foot
52. 51 – Comparison of Bones of Hand and Foot; The Sesamoid Bones

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Henry Gray’s classic anatomy textbook was first published in 1858 and has been in continuous publication ever since, revised and expanded through many successive editions. This recording is of the public-domain 1918 US edition (some information may be outdated).

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