Footnote 37:

Theophilus Protosparathius, the Byzantine medical writer (9-10 cent. AD or earlier), blended Christian theology and Galenic teleology in a book titled De corporis humani fabrica, based on Galen’s Du usu partium. Another book, Urines, was influential on this subject; his commentaries on Hippocrates and a book on fevers survive in MSS jumbled with similar works by other writers. See J. Scarborough and G. Vikan in ODB p. 2067.