(Chapter 24) Footnote 37:

Used together in Galen De anat. adm. 2.252.17f. (Singer 1956, p. 17). See also De anat. adm. 2.271.16 (grafoeidh/j). The regular term in Galen is stuloeidh/j ( De anat. adm. 2.271.18, De ossibus 2.769.18, 770.14-15, 771.5, De usu partium 3.166.7, 4.80.19. The styloid process of the ulna is one of five processes so named in modern anatomy, of which Galenic anatomy recognized two: that of the temporal bone (i in fig. 4, ch. 6 above) and that of the ulna.