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Phantoms

  • LUNGMAN

    LUNGMAN

    Multipurpose Chest Phatom
    Applicable for both plain radiography and CT scanning. Wide variety of uses in interpretation training, anatomical education, evaluation and assessment of devices and other research.

    Accurate anatomy and high quality substitute materials
    The phantom is an accurate life-size anatomical model of a human torso.
    The thickness of the chest wall is based on measurement of clinical data.
    The soft tissue substitute material and synthetic bones have x-ray absorption rates very close to those of human tissues.

    X-ray
    The phantom provides life-like radiographs very close to actual clinical images. The three-dimensional structure allows both PA and LATERAL images to be obtained. The phantom bones and vessels show life-like contrast gradations on the image along with tube voltages.

    Computed tomography
    Arms-abducted position of the torso suits the CT scanning. The pulmonary vessels are spatially traceable. Assessment of computer-aided detection systems is possible.

    Further applications

    Chest Plate

    • Optional chest plates to simulate a larger body type and X-ray absorption.
    • Differences in X-ray absorption depending on body volume can be observed.
    • Using 60mm thick plates, 30mm is added to the front and to the back of the N1 chest.

    Components for Radioisotope

    • Image fusion experiment with CT & RI can be performed.

       LUNGMAN 2

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  • PBU-50

    PBU-50

    Patient positioning:
    Shoulders rotate full 360 degrees in the sagital plane, approx. 180 degrees to side-ways.
    Elbows bend up to approx. 90 degrees.
    Hip joints rotate forward up to 90 degrees, then rotate outward up to 45 degrees, respectively.
    Knees bend to approx. 90 degrees.

    • The phantom can be held in the supine frog leg position.
    • The limbs and head are detachable at joints and neck for wider applications.
    • The head supporter facilitates various head positions.

    Anatomy:
    Main joints have close-to human articulation.

    • Life size synthetic skeleton
    • Hands and feet with bone trabeculae
    • Lungs with pulmonary vessels
    • Mediastinal space
    • Liver
    • Kidneys

    Original phantom materials:

    • Radiology absorption and Hounsfield number approximate to human body.

    Materials and features:

    • Soft tissue and organs: Urethane based resin
      Synthetic bones: Epoxy resin
      Joint attachments: Epoxy, urethane with carbon fiber
      Screws: Polycarbonate

      PBU 50 2

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  • PBU-60

    PBU-60

    Patient positioning:
    Shoulders rotate full 360 degrees in the sagital plane, approx. 180 degrees to
    side-ways.
    Elbows bend up to approx. 90 degrees.
    Hip joints rotate forward up to 90 degrees, then rotate outward up to 45
    degrees, respectively.
    Knees bend to approx. 90 degrees.

    • -The phantom can be held in the supine frog leg position.
    • -The limbs and head are detachable at joints and neck for wider applications.
    • -The head supporter facilitates various head positions.

    Internal Organs:Head and Trunk

    • Synthetic skull
    • Cervical vertebrae
    • Brain
    • Vertebrae
    • Clavicles
    • Ribs
    • Sternum
    • Scapula
    • Coxal bones
    • Femurs
    • Lungs with pulmonary vessels
    • Trachea
    • liver with portal and hepatic veins
    • Pancreas
    • Kidneys
    • Gallbladder
    • Spleen
    • Aorta
    • Cava
    • Ureter
    • Urinary bladder
    • Prostate
    • Rectum
    • Sigmoid Colon

      PBU 60 2

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  • PBU-70

    PBU-70

    Original phantom materials:

    • Radiology absorption and Hounsfield number approximate to human body.

    Materials and features:

    • Soft tissue and organs: Urethane based resin
    • Synthetic bones: Epoxy resin
    • Joint attachments: Epoxy, urethane with carbon fiber
    • Screws: Polycarbonate

    Pediatric Whole Body Phantom modeled after a 4-year-old child of 42"(105cm) tall. This phantom is a life-size, full body anthropomorphic phantom with a state-of-the-art synthetic skeleton, lungs, liver, mediastinum and kidneys embedded in KYOTOKAGAKU original soft tissue substitute.

    Features
    Movable joints allow basic positioning for plain X-ray.
    Training and research applications can be enriched by disassembling the phantom into 10 individual parts (head, limbs and trunk).
    Main joints have life-like articulation, allowing various positioning for training.
    The phantom has no metal parts or liquid structures.

     

      PBU 70 2

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  • Female Pelvic Ultrasound Phantom

    Female Pelvic Ultrasound Phantom

    Features
    1. Both transvaginal and transabdominal scanning are possible.
    2. Three types of interchangeable phantom inserts with different pathologies
    3. Realistic view of female external genital
    4. Excellent ultrasound image quality

    The pelvic phantom is unique in that it allows for transabdominal and transvaginal scanning. Though transvaginal scanning is the gold standard for gyn and 1st trimester pregnancy, it is still important to recognize the anatomy from the transabdominal aspect, as patients may present with anatomy and /or pathology that is outside the transvaginal field of view. The transabdominal technique is still a valuable part of assessing the female pelvis. This phantom also provides imaging of normal and abnormal anatomy so that normal protocol can be practiced while still learning to recognize life threatening pathology, such as an ectopic pregnancy. Other pathology such as endometrial cancer and ovarian cysts can also be identified. In a learning environment, this phantom provides a balance of normal and abnormal that will assist in developing the critical thinking skills necessary to successfully evaluate the female pelvis.

    Pathological unit
    Endometrial cancer, utirine fibroid, dermoid cyst of ovary, bleeding at Douglas Cavum

      Fantoma de pelvis Feminina para Ultrassonografia 2

     

    Nomal pregnancy unit (7 weeks)

    Fantoma de pelvis Feminina para Ultrassonografia 3

     

    Ectopic pregnancy unit
    -ectopic pregnancy in a fallopian tube, bleeding at Douglas Cavum

    Fantoma de pelvis Feminina para Ultrassonografia 4

     

    Training Skills

    • Handling and manipulation of transvaginal and transabdominal transducers
    • Interpretation of sonogram
    • Visualization and localization of anatomies and pathologies

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  • Ultrasound Examination Training Model

    Ultrasound Examination Training Model "ABDFAN"

    Unique high-fidelity ultrasound phantom facilitates effective training in abdominal ultrasound scanning with your own clinical devices. Simulated lesions embedded as targets provide wider educational opportunities.

    Features

    • Inanimate tool for training of a novice to demonstration by an expert.
      Any ultrasound device with a convex probe can be used
      Detailed hepatobiliary, pancreatic and other abdominal anatomy meeting requirement for excellent training;
      Eight Couinaud’s hepatic segments can be localized.
      Various simulated lesions including biliary stones and cysts, solid tumors (hypoechoic, hyperechoic and target appearance) in the liver, pancreas, spleen and kidneys.
      Near real-size organs, structures and abnormal lesions.
      Durable long-life phantom materials.
    • Four variations of simulated lesions enrich training application.

    The phantom includes
    The liver (segmental anatomy, portal and hepatic venous systems,
    ligamentum teres and ligamentum venosum), biliary tract (gallbladder, cystic
    duct, intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile ducts), pancreas (pancreatic duct),
    spleen, kidneys, detailed vascular structures (aorta, vena cava, celiac artery
    and its branches, portal vein and its branches, superior mesenteric vessels,
    renal vessels, etc).

    Pathology includes
    Hepatic lesions (cystic and solid), gallbladder and bile duct stones, pancreatic
    tumors (one invading the portal vein), splenic lesions, both kidney lesions,
    and left adrenal tumor.

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  • Breast Ultrasound Examination Phantom

    Breast Ultrasound Examination Phantom "BREAST FAN"

    A unique phantom for training in basic breast ultrasound examination.
    Simulated targets with different echogenicities are embedded in the phantom mammary gland. The subcutaneous adipose, the mammary gland, the galactophonre, Cooper's ligament, the retromammary adipose, the costae, the clavicle, the pectorails major and the lung can be visualized as
    well as the lymph nodes at axilla.

    Training items:

    • Training in basic Breast ultrasound examination.
    • Sonography for patients: Simulated targets with different echogenicities are embedded in the phantom mammary gland.

    Materials:
    Soft tissue and organs: Urethane base resin
    Synthetic bones: Epoxy base resin
    Size: approx. 26 x 38 x 11 cm, base: 33 x 45 cm
    Weight: approx. 7 kg

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  • Fetus Ultrasound Examination Phantom

    Fetus Ultrasound Examination Phantom "SPACEFAN-ST"

    SPACE FAN-ST provides high quality training for second trimester screening in pregnancy. A 23-week fetus is included with detailed anatomies which are essential for the assessment at the period. This is a unique fetus ultrasound phantom with a full skeletal structure.

    Features
    1. SPACE FAN-ST provides hig quality training for routine second trimester screening
    2. The oval shape phantom abdomen can be set in four different positons.

    Anatomies
    Uterus: amniotic fluid, placenta, umbilical cord and a 23-weeks fetus (26cm).
    Fetus: skeltal structure, brain with septum lucidum, lateral ventricles and
    cerebellum, heart with four chambers, lungs, spleen, kidneys, aorta, UV, UA and the external genital.

    Training Skills

    • Fetal size assessment: BPD, AD, AC and FL
    • Confirmation of normal fetus situs
    • Fetal anatomy assessment: o head and brain, heart and lung, abdominal organs, spine and bones.
    • Placental localization
    • Evaluation of amniotic fluid volume

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