PET/SPECT Thorax Phantom (PH-63)

SKU: KKG-PH-63-41927-000

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 the 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
    • The simulated tumors can be inserted into lung, liver andbreast
    • Tumors can be filled with FDG/RI solution into the spheresfor evaluation of density, size and placement

Training skills / Applications:

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

Case / Pathology:

  • Anatomy / Liver / Lung (right/left) / Kidney (right/left) / Hot spots (liver, lungs and breast)
  • Hot spot for PET can be set in liver, lungs and breast.
  • Heart
    • Anatomical type: right ventricle, left ventricle and myocardium
    • Geometric type: left ventricle and myocardium

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

Size (approx):

  • W44 x H69.4 cm / W17.3 x H27.3 in
  • 21kg (phantom body) / 37.5kg when filled with liquid


  • Soft tissue: transparent polyurethane
  • Lungs: materials with density 0.4 g/cm3
  • Bone materials: Calcium infused material to provide proper attenuation with use of RI solutions
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