stellate reticulum(redirected from enamel reticulum)
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stellate reticulum[′ste‚lāt rə′tik·yə·ləm]
The part of the epithelial dental organ of a developing tooth which lies between the inner and the outer dental epithelium; composed of stellate cells with long, anastomosing processes in a mucoid fluid in the interstitial spaces.
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