(Chapter 21) Footnote 37:

The remainder of this section was rewritten in 1555 as follows: “so that by virtue of this cartilage the socket of the scapula is made deeper wherever it is found, and at the same time the cartilage easily yields to impact and the compression of bones without restricting the free movement of the joint.” See inset drawing of the glenoid labrum: “In this figure we have shown as best we can the cartilage that increases the cavity of the scapula.”