Temporal Bone Phantom

Starting Price $620.00

Temporal bones of the head phantom are small phantoms with a three-layered bone structure similar like an actual skull bone (cortical bone on top and bottom and diploe in the middle.).

PLEASE NOTE: WE CAN CUSTOMIZE THIS PRODUCT BASED ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS

Description

Temporal bones of the head phantom are small phantoms with a three-layered bone structure similar like an actual skull bone (cortical bone on top and bottom and diploe in the middle.).

Upon request, we can adjust the porosity and thickness of the diploe layer and by doing so we can adjust the ultrasonic attenuation of the phantom.. True Phantom Solutions are pioneers in developing these phantoms and hold strength in customizing them.

The design of this phantom is based on an average temporal bone of a male skull and it is made out of realistic patented bone material that is suitable for Ultrasound, MRI and CT applications (any other part of the skull can be fabricated based on the customer order).

The phantom has a realistic three-layered structure and the inner porosity can be adjusted according to the requirement of the particular project.

 

TEMPORAL BONE PHANTOMS:
·       Realistic for Ultrasound, MRI and CT

·       Realistic thickness, spatial variation and ratio of diploe

·       Size and dimensions corresponding to the temporal window (approx. 8×8 cm)

·       Various porosity (attenuation): approx. 30, 45, 60 dB/cm @2.25 MHz

·       Various thickness (2.2mm, 4.0mm, 7.0mm)

 

DESIGN:

 

PROPERTIES OF 5 FABRICATED PHANTOMS (labelled randomly A-E):

Type of phantom Averaged thickness Averaged sound velocity [m/s] Averaged attenuation at 2.25 MHz [dB/cm]
Temporal Bone A  

2.2mm

2820 ± 30 45 ± 2
Temporal Bone B  

4.0mm

2820 ± 30 45 ± 2
Temporal Bone C  

7.0mm

2820 ± 30 45 ± 2
Temporal Bone D  

4.0mm

2820 ± 30 30 ± 2
Temporal Bone E  

4.0mm

2820 ± 30 60 ± 2
 

Cortical bone material used to fabricate all temporal bone phantom

3000 ± 10 7.8 ± 0.4

Density of cortical bone material          2.32 g/cm3

Highlighted area resembles the lateral view of the temporal bone phantom

 

 

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