Male ART Head and Neck (Sections 0-9) without hole grid. Internal and external assembly systems.
ART phantoms are molded of tissue-equivalent material; they are designed within highly sophisticated technological constraints and follow ICRU-44 standards. They are also designed for accuracy and ease of use.
Anatomy: The male ART represents a 175 cm (5 ft. 9 in.) tall, 73.5 kg (162 lb.) male. The ART phantom is transected-horizontally into 2.5 cm thick slices. Each slice has holes which are plugged with bone-equivalent, soft-tissue-equivalent or lung tissue equivalent pins which can be replaced by TLD holder pins. The holder pins are ordered separately. Soft-tissue-equivalent coatings produce slices with glass smooth interfaces. These coatings are cut away over the air spaces of the oronasal pharynges, trachea and stem bronchi. Dosimetry holes are drilled in grids 3cm x3 cm or 1.5cm x 1.5cm in 5 and 7 mm diameters. These afford detailed measurements of dose distributions.
Materials: Soft Tissues: There are unlimited, small variations in density and absorption throughout the human body. Phantom soft tissue is closely controlled to have the average density of these tissues.
TLD Dosimeters & Fittings: Phantoms are shipped with all dosimetry holes filled with blank pins. Pins for TLD chips have recesses at one end 3.2 x 3.2 x 0.9 mm. Pins for TLD rods have 1 mm-diameter holes cross-drilled at the centers of the pins. All pins are 2.50 cm long unless otherwise specified.
Assembly: ART phantom slices are held between aluminum plates by nylon tie rods. Knobs at the end of the rods clamp the slices tightly in proper alignment. Both internal and external assembly devices are included. The external assembly facilitates film dosimetry, while the internal assembly is used generally with TLDs or ionchamber dosimetry.
Availability: Varies; Please contact Customer Service if you require a specific delivery date. Country of Origin: United States of America
About this Brand
After developing the first anthropomorphic test dummy for the aviation industry in the late 1940's, the RSD team directed its impactful R & D to revolutionize healthcare diagnostic imaging with anthropomorphic phantoms. RSD diagnostic imaging phantoms are routinely used to perform quality control on imaging equipment and to train healthcare professionals in best practices. The company has become the leading supplier of QC and educational solutions for medical diagnostics and radiation therapy, featuring products such as anthropomorphic phantoms and dosimetry verification phantoms.