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PET/SPECT Thorax Phantom

Kyoto Kagaku

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PET/SPECT Thorax Phantom is an optimal tool for study in nuclear medicine.


Examination of myocardial density through SPECT imaging

  • Verification of myocardial imaging with use of various RI solution densities
  • Ability to capture defects of the myocardial region
  • Can reproduce image variations of the heart by injecting RI solutions in the liver, kidney and lungs

Examination of RI solution density for simulated tumors

  • Simulated tumors can be inserted into the lung, liver and breast
  • Tumors can be filled with FDG/RI solution into the spheres for evaluation of density, size and placement


  • Quality management of nuclear medicine equipment
  • Myocardial density with SPECT imaging
  • RI solution density for tumor imaging


  • Liver
  • Lung (right/left)
  • Kidney
  • Hot spots (liver, lungs and breast)
  • Heart: Anatomical type (right ventricle, left ventricle and myocardium), Geometric type (left ventricle and myocardium)
  • HU: Bone 370HU, Lung -900HU, Organ shell material 100HU and 1.16g/cm3 in density

Set Includes:

  • 1 thorax body
  • 2 lungs (left and right)
  • 4 hearts
  • 1 liver
  • 2 kidneys
  • 1 rib cage and spine
  • 2 breasts
  • 3 hot spots
  • 1 base
  • several plastic pins
  • 6 supporting bars
  • 4 flat bar rings for base
  • 5 tubes
  • 1 syringe
  • several nuts and bolts
  • 1 water tank
  • manual


  • phantom size: approx. W44xH69.4cm / W17.3xH27.3inch
  • phantom weight: approx. 21kg / 46.2lb
  • when filled with liquid: approx. 37.5kg / 82.6lb

*Specifications are subject to change.

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