(Chapter 27) Footnote 32:

Vesalius is playing off Galen’s language: “the three bones in each finger were not produced in any simple, accidental fashion [ou) ga\r a(plw=j ou)d' w(j e)/tuxen], but their joints, like door hinges, have processes which fit into concavities.” (3.41.9-12, tr. May 1968, p. 87).