cementicle

cementicle

 [se-men´tĭ-k'l]
a small, discrete globular mass of cementum in the region of a tooth root.

ce·ment·i·cle

(sē-men'ti-kil),
A calcified spheric body, composed of cementum lying free within the periodontal membrane, attached to the cementum or imbedded within it.

cementicle

/ce·men·ti·cle/ (sĕ-men´tĭ-k'l) a small, discrete globular mass of cementum in the region of a tooth root.

ce·ment·i·cle

(sĕ-men'ti-kel)
A calcified spheric body, composed of cementum lying free within the periodontal membrane, attached to the cementum or imbedded within it.

ce·ment·i·cle

(sĕ-men'ti-kel)
Calcified spheric body, composed of cementum lying free within periodontal membrane, attached to cementum or imbedded within it.

cementicle (səmen´tikəl),

n a calcified body sometimes found in the periodontal ligament of older individuals. Degenerated epithelial cells are presumed to form into the calcified body.

cementicle

a small, discrete globular mass of cementum in the region of a tooth root.
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3,6,7) JOF are characterized by fibrocellular stroma of spindle- or stellate-shaped cells with bony trabeculae, with or without osteoblastic rimming, and lacking cementicles or a formal capsule.
12) Cemento ossifying fibroma is the term given mainly due to the presence of dysmorphic round basophilic bone particles within ossifying fibroma, which have arbitrarily been called cementicles.