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MR Distortion & Image Fusion Head Phantom
MR Distortion & Image Fusion Head Phantom


 
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Product Code: 603-GS

Software Options

Distortion Check software (License For 2 Years or 25 Successfully Analyzed Scans) (603S-25) [Add $1,643.00]

Distortion Check software (License For 2 Years or 50 Successfully Analyzed Scans) (603S-50) [Add $2,824.00]

Distortion Check software (License for 2 years or 100 Successfully Analyzed Scans) (603S-100) [Add $5,009.00]

Distortion Check Software (License for 2 years or 200 Successfully Analyzed Scans) (603S-200) [Add $9,098.00]

Distortion Check Software (License for 2 years or 500 Successfully Analyzed Scans) (603S-500) [Add $22,845.00]

 
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CIRS Model 603-GS was designed to assess MR image distortion in Stereotactic Radiosurgery Planning. It’s also a useful tool for verifying image fusion and deformable image registration algorithms used in various treatment planning systems. The tissue equivalent, anthropomorphic design closely matches a clinical imaging scenario. The phantom can be imaged using X-ray, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance. It images well with all MRI sequences tested to date, including T1 weighted, T2 weighted, 3D Time of Flight, MPRAGE and CISS.

The skull is manufactured from a plastic-based trabecular bone substitute, and the interstitial and surrounding soft tissues are made from a proprietary signal generating waterbased polymer. The entire phantom is encased in a clear plastic shell to protect gel from desiccation. It’s supplied with specially designed pads that allow fixation with any stereotactic frame or mounting devices for end-to-end testing. The phantom is also suitable for frameless SRS QA.

The entire inter-cranial portion of the skull volume is filled with an orthogonal 3D grid of 2.5mm diameter cross-like shaped rods spaced 10mm (I-S), 10.5mm (AP) and 11mm (L-R). Extra material added in the grid intersections increase grid signal. Five extended axis-rods intersect at the reference origin of the grid. The end of each extended axis is fitted with CT/MR markers allowing for accurate positioning with lasers and co-registration of CT and MR image sets.

The phantom includes right and left air voids, 3 mm in diameter by 17 mm long to simulate each ear canal for evaluation of potential distortions commonly found in clinical settings.

For users interested in image fusion studies, the phantom can be purchased as a kit to include a serial-number specific CT DICOM Data set for reference. CIRS can also offer value-added options and services such as attachment of customer specific registration devices and inclusion of special point markers.

Features and Benefits
  • Provides a realistic anthropomorphic scenario for CT and MR imaging
  • Presents simulated bony anatomy as rigid landmarks for image fusion
  • Unique inter-cranial 3D grid design used to assess spatial distortion
  • Special pads compatible with all fixation frames
  • CT/MR markers facilitate positioning and image registration
  • 859 control points
  • Works with Distortion Check Software
  • Optional Phantom Kit with CT DICOM Data Set is available


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Materials Included
  • (1) MR Distortion & Image Fusion Head Phantom
  • (1) ABS Cradle
  • (1) Complimentary 90 day license for 5 successful analyzed scans using Distortion Check Software
  • (1) Custom Carry Case
  • (1) User Guide
Technical Specifications
  • Overall Dimensions: 32 cm x 24 cm x 18 cm
  • Weight: 12 lbs (5.5 kg)
  • Materials
    • Skull: Plastic-based bone substitute
    • Interstitial/Soft tissues: Water-base polymer
    • Grid: Reinforced nylon
Warranty Information
  • 60-Month Warranty

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