Small Parts Ultrasound Phantom

Model 050
Quality Assurance for Small Parts Ultrasonic Imaging
  • Detachable water wells allow for testing curvilinear and endocavity probes
  • Ensure over ten years of reliable use through reinspection and repair services

Includes best in industry four-year warranty

The CIRS Small Parts Ultrasound Phantom features a compact design ideal for high-resolution imaging systems with limited depth of penetration.

Model 050 is made up of a proprietary tissue-simulating material called Zerdine® (1), which accurately simulates the ultrasound characteristics found in human liver.

A series of wire targets included in the Model 050 will appear as bright dots or lines on the ultrasound image. These targets are made from nylon with a diameter of 0.1 mm.

Our phantom also contains two known volumes, a 10 mm combination cyst-like/hyperechoic mass and anechoic focal lesions embedded within the phantom. These masses are made from Zerdine with a different contrast and attenuation relative to the background material.

Key Tests with Model 050
  • Focal Lesion Detectability
  • Uniformity
  • Depth of Penetration
  • Beam Profile/ Focal Zone/ Lateral Response Width
  • Vertical Distance Measurement
  • Horizontal Distance Measurement
  • Axial and Lateral Resolution
  • Elevational Resolution
  • Low-Contrast Target Detectability
  • High-Contrast Target Detectability
  • Volumetric Measurement Accuracy
  • Dead Zone Assessment

(1) US Patent #5196343

Data Sheet

Small Parts Ultrasound Phantom: Data Sheet

References

Øvland, R. Coherent Plane-Wave Compounding in Medical Ultrasound Imaging: Quality investigation of 2D B-mode images of stationary and moving objects. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2012. View

Siepmann M, Fokong S, Mienkina M, et al. Phase shift variance imaging – a new technique for destructive microbubble imaging. IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control. 2013;60(5):909-23. View

Scorza, Andrea, Giulia Lupi, Salvatore Andrea Sciuto, Fabiano Bini, and Franco Marinozzi. “A Novel Approach to a Phantom Based Method for Maximum Depth of Penetration Measurement in Diagnostic Ultrasound: A Preliminary Study.” 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA) Proceedings(2015): n. pag. Web. View

Hyunseok Ju ; Jinbum Kang ; Ilseob Song ; Yangmo Yoo; A new multi-planar reconstruction method using voxel based beamforming for 3D ultrasound imaging. Proc. SPIE 9412, Medical Imaging 2015: Physics of Medical Imaging, 94124P (March 18, 2015); doi:10.1117/12.2080935. View

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