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      Contrary to popular belief, the universal textbook on gross anatomy has not been written—and no wonder, inasmuch as the subject is as vast and complex as the human body! Because every anatomic structure is relevant to some aspect of pathology, diagnosis, and therapy, new books will continue to be published. In the past, compendiums such as Gray's Anatomy were written, immense volumes that even today continue to be revised for detail and clarity. As such tomes are not suitable for today's crowded medical curricula, authors such as Leeson and Leeson and many others continue to attempt to satisfy the current curricular needs.
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