Figure 18: Micrograph of sample EIN-22. An area with large, globular MFD with a grainy interior can be seen in the middle of the image (asterisk). The pattern of the dentine microstructure is visible within the foci, in a way similar to lamellar tunnels in bone (Hackett 1981) and what was observed by Bell et al. (1991) in dentine. See also SEM-BSE images in Figures 19 and 20.
Figure 18

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