This set consists of 4 parts, a simulated skull unit, a brain unit comprising artificial grey and white matter, ventricular cavities and orbits. The set also incudes a Jaszczak phantom and a sectional phantom. Radioactive solutions may be added to the phantoms components.. It can be used for the following evaluation parameters in SPECT and PET: Homogeneity evaluation, detectivity of grey matter and white matter, cross calibration, spatial resolution of negative images, Gamma ray absorption rate by skull and radioactive concentration and linearity of SPECT value.
Training skills / Applications
SPECT / PET
1 brain unit / 1 skull container unit / 1 J-Jack phantom / 1 section phantom
W21 x D15 x H8cm
Packing size (approx.)
Acrylic resin/ urethane resin
Homogeneity evaluation Cross calibration Gamma ray absorption rate by a skull Detectivity of gray matter and white matter Spatial resolution of negative images ( IB-10 set only) Radioactive concentration and linearity of SPECT value ( IB-10 set only)
This brain phantom of the striatal region with replicated skull densities of an adult male (equivalent HU750) and an elderly female (equivalent HU530) is useful for uptake ratio calibrations and studying the I-123 DaTSCAN scatter correction techniques. The Phantom can be used in SPECT and PET.