osteodentin

osteodentin

 [os″te-o-den´tin]
dentin that resembles bone.

os·te·o·den·tin

(os'tē-ō-den'tin),
Rapidly formed tertiary dentin that contains entrapped fibroblasts or odontoblasts and occasionally displays dentinal tubules; it thus superficially resembles bone.
[osteo- + L. dens, tooth]

osteodentin

[-den′tin]
dentin that resembles bone. It is found chiefly in the teeth of fish and certain other animals but also occurs occasionally in humans when odontoblasts are entrapped by rapidly developing secondary dentin.

os·te·o·den·tin

(os'tē-ō-den'tin)
1. In humans, the rapidly formed tertiary dentin that contains entrapped odontoblasts and few dentinal tubules, thereby superficially resembling bone.
2. A bonelike dentin found in some marine mammals and fish.
[osteo- + L. dens, tooth]

osteodentin

dentine that resembles bone.
References in periodicals archive ?
Biodentine increases early mineralisation by expressing markers of odontoblasts and induces TGF-Beta1 secretion from pulpal cells in form of osteodentin.
Although the replacement resorption and osteodentin formation are considered pathologic in humans, in this specimen it is physiological and is associated with fast exfoliation and serial tooth irruption.
Ground section showed dentin like areas which contained dentinal tubules, osteodentin, enamel space and cementum in a disordered arrangement (Figure 5).
After 30 d, osteodentin formation was found, but with discontinuous obstruction of the pulp exposure (Figure 3).
Induction of hyaline, dysplastic dentinoid material or calcified osteodentin has been described.