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The same was seen in the reduced enamel epithelium. The eccentricity, contour index and shape factor of the nuclei showed similar values in junctional epithelium and different values in enamel epithelium (Table I).
Dentigerous cyst can be defined as an odontogenic cyst that surrounds the crown of an impacted tooth, caused by the fluid accumulation between the reduced enamel epithelium and the enamel surface.
Various explanations of origin have been proposed, including the basal cells of the oral epithelium, rests of the dental lamina, and the stratum intermedium, as well as reduced enamel epithelium. Pindborg himself suggested that the tumor arises as a result of a reduction in enamel epithelium produced by the enamel organ because it is often associated with an embedded tooth.
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