The Phantom Laboratory

High Precision Phantoms

Catphan® phantoms are used to complete comprehensive performance evaluations of axial, spiral and multislice CT scanners and to implement quality assurance programs. The Catphan® phantom, designed by the Phantom Laboratory and physicist David Goodenough, Ph.D., is based on three decades of scientific research and direct field experience in the evaluation of medical imaging equipment. Read More…

The Magphan® Quantitative Imaging Phantom, or ADNI (Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative), is used for precise, comprehensive measurement of 3D spatial distortion in MR scanners. Read More…

ECTphan™ – A new test tool for Emission Computed Tomography and coincidence detection systems. Read More…

Sectional Phantoms are manufactured with a material that is radiologically equivalent to soft tissue, allowing the user to perform unlimited x-rays and learn how different imaging variables will affect the final image. (Shown: Thorax Phantom Model SK200) Read More…