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Coronal resorption is manifested histologically by degeneration of the enamel and dentine of the coronal portion of the tooth, which is ultimately replaced by vascular connective tissue it occurs because of a defect in the enamel organ of an unerupted tooth [Stafne and Austin, 1945; Blackwood, 1958; Owens et al.
This clearly differs from the spine primordium where the mesenchyme cells adjacent to the enamel organ had taken the form of what appeared to be a well defined dentine organ prior to any matrix deposition.
Cellular renewal in the enamel organ and the odontoblast layer of the rat incisor as followed by radioautography using 3H-thymidine.