(Chapter 6) Footnote 87:

De ossibus ad tirones 742-43. See translation in Singer 1952, pp. 767ff. Vesalius was forced to use the Latin translation of Ferdinando Balamio, who refused Vesalius access to the Greek edition. The Greek text was not published until Vesalius had completed the Fabrica. At the end of chapter 9 (see below, p. xxx, and p. 42 of the 1543 Fabrica), Vesalius expresses his irritation at Balamio. See also C.D. O’Malley 1964 pp. 129f. According to Singer, “The Greek text remained unknown until published in Paris in 1543 by Martin Grégoire and Jacques Dubois, the teacher of Vesalius.”