(Chapter 33) Footnote 71:

See De anat. adm. 321.11 (on the extensor hallucis longus), 404.12-406.5 (on various nerves), 409.18-413.8 (on veins and arteries). The Greek word was also used for a variety of flat structures, such as a wicker tray or flat basket, a reed mat, the palm of the hand, the edge of the eyelid and its lashes (see Ch. 35 below), a row of oars coming from the side of a ship, etc.