The Spine for R&D is made up of twelve vertebrae; labeled T1-T12 stacked one on top of each other.
The Phantom is designed based on an average human anatomy and it is made out of realistic patented bone material that is suitable for Ultrasound, MRI and CT applications. It can be used for medical imaging research and treatment planning of various medical procedures. (Upon request, it can be modified for a lumbar or spine lumbar practice phantom with soft tissue mimicking material surrounded to it)
The vertebrae’s have a realistic three-layered structure and the inner porosity can be adjusted according to the requirement of the particular project.
|Spine for R&D|
|Type of the tissues:||Sound velocity [m/s]||Density
at 2.25 MHz [dB/cm]
|Cortical bone material used to fabricate the bone phantom||3000 ± 30||2.31||N/A||N/A||N/A||6.4 ± 0.3|
|Trabecular bone material used to fabricate the bone phantom||2800 ± 50||2.03||N/A||N/A||N/A||21 ± 2|
|THERMAL PROPERTIES OF OUR BONE MIMICKING MATERIAL|
|Thermal Conductivity:||Volumetric Specific Heat Capacity:||Thermal Diffusivity:||Thermal Resistivity:||Specific Heat:||Speed of Sound:|
|0.776 W/ m K||1.040 MJ/ m^3 K||0.746 mm^2/ s||1.289 m K/ W||0.978 J/ g Deg Celsius||3070 m/s|