|CIRS ATOM®MAX Dental & Diagnostic Head Phantom.|
CIRS's Most Realistic Maxillofacial Phantom for Dental Cone Beam CT & Panoramic X-Ray|
The CIRS Dental and Diagnostic Head Phantom is a standard of reference for diagnostic radiology of the head. The phantom is designed to assist technical and clinical staff in the selection, monitoring, training and verification of scanning parameters common to most radiological procedures requiring fine anatomical details.
The Model 711-HN provides a consistent tool for researchers, clinicians and technologists. It is ideal for determining optimum system settings, commissioning new equipment, monitoring system performance and training in dental X-ray, panoramic X-ray, CT and cone beam CT procedures.
The phantom includes an adjustable stand for positioning within a cone beam CT or panoramic X-ray system. The jaw of the phantom is slightly opened and front teeth are vertically aligned to replicate correct positioning with a bite guide. Please note that an actual bite guide can not be positioned in this product.
The phantom is constructed of proprietary tissue equivalent materials. ATOM®max is made of tissue simulating resins that mimic the X-ray attenuation properties of human tissue for both CT and therapy energy ranges (50 keV-25 MeV). The Model 711-HN approximates the average male human head in both size and structure. The phantom includes detailed 3D anthropomorphic anatomy including brain, bone, larynx, trachea, sinus, nasal cavities and teeth. The bones contain both cortical and trabecular separation. The teeth include distinct dentine, enamel and root structure including the nerve. The sinus cavities are fully open.
|CIRS 3D Sectional Torso Phantom.|
Includes 12 internal organ tissues|
The CIRS Model 600 Anthropomorphic Torso Phantom is designed to provide an accurate simulation of an average male torso (22 cm PA thickness) for medical imaging and dosimetry applications. The epoxy materials used to fabricate the phantom provide optimal tissue simulation between the Diagnostic and Therapy energy range (40 keV to 20 MeV).
Unlike other cross-sectional dosimetry phantoms, the Model 600 includes internal organ structures such as the lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, spleen and pancreas. All simulated organs match the tissue density of actual organs and can be clearly visualized.
The lower portion of the phantom contains a soft bolus material simulating a mix of 30 percent adipose and 70 percent muscle tissue. Muscle simulating material layers the rib cage and vertebral column. The exterior envelope simulates a mix of 43 percent adipose and 57 percent muscle tissue.
|CIRS Virtually Human Male Pelvis Phantom.|
The Next Generation in Anthropomorphic Phantoms |
The CIRS Model 801-P-F phantom is our most realistic, tissue equivalent phantom available. The phantom was designed for use in diagnostic radiology and radiation therapy for imaging dosimetry teaching and demonstration applications. All anatomical dimensions of the phantom are based on The Visible Human Project (VHP) data sets that serve as a reference for the study of human anatomy and are available through the National Library of Medicine.
|CIRS has combined this anatomical detail with our advanced tissue mimicking technology. The phantom is made from
proprietary epoxy materials that mimic the density and radiation attenuation properties of human tissue within 1% from
50 keV to 25 MeV. It contains anatomically precise bone, cartilage, spinal cord, vertebral disks, muscle, intestines,
bladder, prostate, rectum and interstitial fat.|
|CIRS 3-Dimensional Torso Phantom.|
Complete with removable organs|
The CIRS Anthropomorphic Torso Phantom is designed to provide an accurate simulation of an average male torso for medical imaging applications. The removable organs enable flexibility in the placement of TLD’s, contrast agents, etc.. The epoxy materials used to fabricate the phantom provide optimal tissue simulation in the diagnostic energy range (40 keV to 20 MeV).
The phantom will accurately simulate the physical density and linear attenuation of actual tissue to within 2 percent in the diagnostic energy range. As an example, Table 1 gives the results of the simulation for a generic tissue comprising of 36 percent adipose /64 percent muscle.
Each phantom contains lungs, heart, liver, pancreas, kidney, and spleen. The lower portion of the phantom contains a removable soft bolus material simulating a mix of 50 percent adipose and 50 percent muscle tissue.
|This insert is used to maintain the position of the organs when the phantom is placed upright. For ease of removal, the
bolus is enveloped in a screen-bag. Muscle simulating material layers the rib cage and vertebral column.|
The exterior envelope simulates a mix of 36 percent adipose and 64 percent muscle tissue. The phantom is sealed at the bottom by an acrylic plate. Water or blood mimicking fluid can be used to fill all the interstitial voids.