Origin and Etymology of reticulum
New Latin, from Latin, small net
First Known Use: circa 1658
Medical Definition of reticulum
2: a reticular structure : network: asa: the network of interstitial tissue composed of reticular fibers—called also reticular tissueb: the network often visible in fixed protoplasm both of the cell body and the nucleus of many cells
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