(Chapter 21) Footnote 46:

From this point to the beginning of the next section, 1555 substitutes the following: “and so there would be along its entire length a convenient insertion of the muscle [m. pectoralis minor] that moves the scapula toward the chest, for the especial sake of which (if we have reckoned each thing rightly) we shall say this process was given to man by Nature. Now it will be timely also to talk about the upper process [acromion] of the scapula, and with our account of it to investigate the anterior and posterior surfaces of the scapula.”