Three-dimensional brain phantom containing bone and grey matter structures with a realistic head contour

@inproceedings{Iida2012ThreedimensionalBP,
  title={Three-dimensional brain phantom containing bone and grey matter structures with a realistic head contour},
  author={Hidehiro Iida and Yuki Hori and Kenji Ishida and Etsuko Imabayashi and Hiroshi Matsuda and Masaaki Takahashi and Hirotaka Maruno and Akihide Yamamoto and Kazuhiro Koshino and Junichiro Enmi and Satoshi Iguchi and Tetsuaki Moriguchi and Hidekazu Kawashima and Tsutomu Zeniya},
  booktitle={Annals of Nuclear Medicine},
  year={2012}
}
IntroductionA physical 3-dimensional phantom that simulates PET/SPECT images of static regional cerebral blood flow in grey matter with a realistic head contour has been developed. This study examined the feasibility of using this phantom for evaluating PET/SPECT images.MethodsThe phantom was constructed using a transparent, hydrophobic photo-curable polymer with a laser-modelling technique. The phantom was designed to contain the grey matter, the skull, and the trachea spaces filled with a… CONTINUE READING
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