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Anthropomorphic Phantoms for Nuclear Medicine


They test reconstruction techniques, non-uniform attenuation and scatter correction methods using different radionuclides under realistic conditions

The Heart/Thorax Phantom is ideal for evaluation of detectability, extent and severity of myocardial infarcts in patients. This Phantom also provides valid assessment of mammoscintigraphy techniques. The Striatal Phantom optimizes quantitative imaging in patients, using PET or SPECT.


Hendel RC, Berman DS, Cullom SJ et al: Multicenter clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of correction for photon attenuation and scatter in SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging. Circulation 99:2742-2749, 1999.

Doshi NK, Basic M and Cherry S: Evaluation of the detectability of breast cancer lesions using a modified anthropomorphic phantom. J. Nucl. Med. 1998, 39: 1951-1957.

Stodilka RZ, Kemp BJ, Prato FS et al.: Importance of bone attenuation in brain SPECT quantification. J. Nucl. Med. 1998, 39: 190-197.

Stodilka RZ, Kemp BJ, Peter Msaki et al: The relative contributions of scatter and attenuation corrections toward improved brain SPECT quantification. Phys. Med. Biol. 1998, 43: 2991-3008.

Leong LK, O'Connor MK and Maraganore DM: Quantification of Iodine-123-beta-CIT dopamine receptor uptake in a phantom model. J. Nucl. Med. Technol 1999, 27:117-122

Kuikka JT, Yant J, Jurhu J et al: Imaging the structure of the striatum: a fractal approach to SPECT image interpretation. Physiol. Meas. 19:367-374, 1998.

 

Nuclear Medicine orders are handled by Capintec Inc.
For International contact Baris Kalyoncu:
Capintec, Inc.
7 Vreeland Road
Florham Park, NJ 07932
Ph: 201-825-9500
Fx: 201-825-4829
Email: baris.kalyoncu@capintec.com

For North American contact Kristian Koschal:
Capintec, Inc.
7 Vreeland Road
Florham Park, NJ 07932
Ph: 201-825-9500
Fx: 201-825-4829
email: kristian.koschal@capintec.com


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