(Chapter 15) Footnote 25:

The preceding eight sentences are condensed as follows in the 1555 edition: “Man is provided with as much a length of neck as is useful to the rough artery for the generation of the voice. Also, as it was necessary that the parts adjoining the scapulae, and the arms, and the transverse septum have nerves from the dorsal medulla that runs through the neck, it was also necessary for the sake of their propagation that vertebrae be placed in the space between the head and the thorax, of which the neck or cervix of man is constructed.”