endolith

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en·do·lith

(en'dō-lith),
A calcified body found in the pulp chamber of a tooth; may be composed of irregular dentin (true denticle) or due to ectopic calcification of pulp tissue (false denticle).
[endo- + G. lithos, stone]

endolith

See denticle.

en·do·lith

(en'dō-lith)
A calcified body found in the pulp chamber of a tooth; may be composed of irregular dentin (true denticle) or due to ectopic calcification of pulp tissue (false denticle).
Synonym(s): denticle (1) , pulp stone.

en·do·lith

(en'dō-lith)
Calcified body in pulp chamber of tooth; may be composed of irregular dentin or due to ectopic calcification of pulp tissue.
Synonym(s): denticle (1) , pulp calcification, pulp calculus, pulp nodule.

endolith (en´dōlith),

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