TEACH • TRAIN • PRACTICE
Testicular ultrasound is the primary imaging method for evaluating disorders of the testicles caused by cystic and solid masses, trauma, inflammation and torsion. Testicular ultrasound is also used to evaluate causes of infertility and locate undescended testis.
The CIRS Model 504A Scrotal Ultrasound Training phantom provides an anatomically accurate phantom for hands-on training on testicular ultrasound exams without the need for live volunteers. The phantom allows students to gain valuable practice time in a non-stressful setting.
Using the Scrotal Ultrasound Training phantom, the testicles and epididymis can be examined by moving the ultrasound transducer over the scrotum. The phantom also includes a 10 mm intratesticular mass to provide trainees with experience in identifying masses.
- Teaching tool for diagnostic scanning of the testicles
- Anatomically accurate model of penis, scrotum, testicles and epididymis
- Intratesticular mass
- Internal and external anatomical landmarks