Korff fibers


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Korff fi·bers

(kōrf),
fan-shaped arrangements of type I collagen fibers located in mantle dentin.

Korff,

Karl von, 20th century German anatomist and histologist.
Korff fibers - argyrophilic fibers that pass between odontoblasts at the periphery of the dental pulp and fan out into the dentin.

Korff fi·bers

(kōrf fībĕrz)
Fan-shaped arrangements of type I collagen fibers located in mantle dentin.