Written by Luke Allen
1. 'Gray's Anatomy', the renowned classic anatomical book by Henry Gray was first published in 1858 and is considered by many to be one of the most iconic and significant medical books of all time.
Latest Version: 1.0
What does Grays Anatomy Student Edition do? 'Gray's Anatomy', the renowned classic anatomical book by Henry Gray was first published in 1858 and is considered by many to be one of the most iconic and significant medical books of all time. Gray's Anatomy the iOS smash hit is now available on the Mac using the highest resolution images possible. (This version of Gray's Anatomy has been enhanced and specifically built for the Mac)
This Student Edition of Grays Anatomy includes:
* COMPLETE TEXT and SD ILLUSTRATIONS
* SCROLLABLE THUMBNAILS OF ALL 1247 ILLUSTRATIONS
* Easy Navigation
We recommend this app for Doctors, Nurses, Students, Teachers and anyone who is interested in the wonder and complexity of the human body.
* Note: this application was not written by McDreamy and the illustrations in no way resemble any characters from the television show Grey's Anatomy ;)
ALSO AVAILABLE: Grays Anatomy Premium Edition (Mac, iPad and iPhone)
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If you want to download the software on your windows pc or mac, you could either first visit the Mac store or Microsoft AppStore and search for the app OR you can easily use any of the download links we provided above under the "Download and Install" header section to download the application
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That's the year the original was printed. I agree that the implementation could be improved. But let's be serious, There was a lot of work that went into digitizing this valuable work, to say nothing of the original words and art. More folks might be better served appreciating what is rather than focusing on what is not. I can't figure out how to make gestures with my trackball, and the "zoom" menu item doesn't seem to do much of anything. The directions, since they don't really exist, aren't a lot of help. But, then again, maybe the person(s) who did all the work on this thought that anyone bright enough to want/need to read/use this material would be bright enough to figure out how to use it. Then again, maybe they just figured that they could eliminate the less bright so as to help protect the rest of humanity. I have no idea. As far as my usage goes I don't need to zoom on my 27" screen. I can see that this might be an issue on smaller screens.
I think the scans are as good as possible, or very close to that goal. This is a wonderful gift from the authors and those that did the scanning. If you really need notes on the computer, break down and splurge $1.99 on the Premium edition!
Although the info is a bit old, this app is by far the best digital version of this text that I’ve seen! It is very convenient to navigate through and find specific things and the pictures can be seen alongside a scrolling text box which makes it much easier to read. Thanks so much!
GREAT!...but bad timing
Wow, with less than a month left of school, I REALLY could have used these amazing HD drawings of the human body for my Anatomy class. Lots of the pictures in this app is easier to see/understand than the outdated Anatomy textbook.
I really reccomend using this as a study tool when learning about the bones and other stuff. It really helps memorizing vocab too!
A folder full of scanned pages would be more useful.
Yet another hasty tablet port. Hey folks, a Macintosh has a full GUI with menus and such, try to take advantage of it. This app just shows images & text (or the chapters/thumbnails—no, you can't see both at the same time) from Gray's Anatomy, one by one. You get a list of chapters to jump to, but nothing else, and no search function either. Want to find pages on the tibia? You'll have to go a page at a time through the Osteology chapter. Have fun with that.