reticular cell n.
Any of the cells forming the stroma of bone marrow and lymphatic tissues whose processes make contact with those of similar cells to form a network.
- Reticular degeneration
reticular degeneration n. Severe epidermal edema resulting in the occurrence of bullae that contain numerous small spaces.
- Reticular dystrophy of cornea
reticular dystrophy of cornea n. A bilateral progressive superficial degeneration of the corneal epithelium and the adjacent Bowman’s membrane.
- Reticular fiber
reticular fiber n. Any of the small, branching, argyrophilic, intercellular fiber elements that may be continuous with collagen fibers.
noun 1. a network of neurons in the brainstem involved in consciousness, regulation of breathing, the transmission of sensory stimuli to higher brain centers, and the constantly shifting muscular activity that supports the body against gravity. reticular formation n. A massive but vaguely delimited neural apparatus composed of closely intermingled gray and white matter, extending […]