Lung & Chest Phantom


  • NEW! Inclusive skin tones, from light to dark complexion, available at no additional cost
  • Radiation equivalent and anatomically correct
  • Extensive vascular detail
  • Different degrees of vascular contrast available
  • Interchangeable normal and pathological lungs
Developed in conjunction with the University of California, Irvine’s Department of Radiological Sciences, RSD’s Lung & Chest Phantom is specialized at providing a high degree of realism in chest radiography. Extending from the neck to below the diaphragm, the phantom is molded about a male skeleton, corresponding to the external body size of a patient, 5’ 9’ (175 cm) tall, weighing 162 lbs (73.5 kg).

RSD materials are equivalent to natural bone and soft tissues. Animal lungs are selected to match the size of an adult male. Lungs are fixed in the inflated state and are molded to conform to the pleural cavities of the phantom. The pulmonary arteries are injected with a blood equivalent plastic. The Lung & Chest Phantom with simulated left coronary artery reveals several areas of coronary artery irregularity and narrowing.

Model Numbers

RS-310Permanently sealed diaphragm
RS-315Permanently sealed diaphragm and left coronary artery
RS-320Removable diaphragm lung pair insert without coronary artery
RS-330Removable diaphragm lung pair insert with coronary artery

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  • Teaching & training
  • Image quality
  • Dosimetry verification
  • Protocol verification


  • CT
  • X-Ray
  • Fluoroscopy

Five Standard Pathologies

  • Two contiguous 0.5 cm nodules at the tip of the first left rib
  • A 0.6 cm nodule superimposed with large vessel in the left lower lobe
  • A 1.5 cm nodule, left mediastinal shadow
  • A 0.6 cm nodule blending in with the right pulmonary artery
  • Pneumonia in the right lower lobe

Clinical Images

Publication References


Seong Kim M, Lee J, Geun Kim S, Cheol Kweon D. Comparison of Radiation Dose and Image Quality with Various Computed-Tomography Scout Views: The Angular Modulation Technique Based on Information Calculated from Scout Views, Iranian Journal of Radiology, 14(1):e13477. 2017. DOI: 10.5812/iranjradiol.35606

Zhong Y, Lai CJ, Wang T, Shaw CC. A Dual-View Digital Tomosynthesis Imaging Technique for Improved Chest Imaging. Med Phys. 2015 Sep;42(9):5238-51. PMID: 26328973; PMCID: PMC4537485. DOI: 10.1118/1.4928214

Samei E, Majdi-Nasab N, Dobbins JT 3rd, McAdams HP. Biplane Correlation Imaging: A Feasibility Study Based on Phantom and Human Data. J Digit Imaging. 2012;25(1):137-147. DOI: 10.1007/s10278-011-9392-z


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