(Chapter 13) Footnote 9:
A variant reading for faru/ggeqron, or larynx, translated by LSJ as = fa/runc, i.e. the windpipe or pharynx, but not in the sense suggested here, “pharynx-bone.” The word is Hippocratic: De anatome 1.1; see also Galen, De libris propriis liber 19.28.1, Ps.-Galen, Introductio seu medicus 14.721.5, Aretaeus (2nd cent. AD), De causis et signis acutorum morborum 1.7.1-4, 220.127.116.11, Aëtius Amidenus (6th cent. AD), Iatricorum liber 2.92.24.