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Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom

  • Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom
  • Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom
  • Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom
  • Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom
  • Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom

Description

IMAGE FUSION / REGISTRATION• SCANNING TECHNIQUES • BIOPSY

The CIRS Triple Modality 3D Abdominal Phantom is constructed of a self-healing formulation of Zerdine® that allows multiple biopsy insertions with minimal needle tracking, and is ideal for demonstrating image-guided navigation technologies.

Abdominal imaging is useful for diagnosing disease and monitoring treatments.  The Model 057A is representative of a small adult abdomen and can be imaged under CT, MR and ultrasound.  This feature makes the phantom a useful tool for applications such as image fusion studies; imaging protocol developments; scan technique training; and system testing, validation and demonstration.

The Model 057A simulates the abdomen from approximately the thorax vertebrae (T9/T10) to the lumbar vertebrae (L2/L3) using simplified anthropomorphic geometry.  The materials provide contrast between the structures under CT, MR and ultrasound.

Internal structures include the liver, the portal vein, two partial kidneys, a partial lung, the abdominal aorta, the vena cava, a simulated spine and six ribs. The liver has six lesions and the kidneys each have one lesion.  A muscle layer and outside fat layer surround these structures and plastic end caps make the phantom durable enough for extended scanning.

Features:

  • Demonstrate CT, ultrasound and MRI scan techniques  
  • Assess image-fusion algorithms 
  • Test new equipment 
  • Optimize imaging protocols 
  • Improve performance of freehand abdominal biopsies

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