(Chapter 22) Footnote 10:

What follows, through the end of the first sentence in the next section, is rewritten in the 1555 edition: “and where it faces the depression and the articular head it is quite smooth and coated with an oily humor; it is never attached to the pectoral bone or the clavicle save only by ligaments surrounding the joint. The clavicle extends from here in no straight course to its other joint [art. acromioclavicularis], by which it is connected to the upper process [acromion] of the scapula and has a scarcely visible movement.”