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Condition: Used - Good
Type: Tissue Phantom
Model: RMI 403GS LE Precision Multi-Purpose Grey Scale Ultrasound
Warranty: 14 day returns
Gammex RMI 403GS LE Precision Multi-Purpose Grey Scale Phantom. SN-802259-1119.
Comes only with the unit, User's Guide, and Case only.
Im not familiar with this unit- Has some marks, peeling, etc...Please see pictures.
Please contact me if any questions. Thank you.
The Precision Multi-Purpose Grey Scale Phantom RMI 403GS LE 0.7 Attenuation (Damaged Tissue) offers new advanced technology for measuring the image quality of high resolution ultrasound systems. Grey scale targets are provided for monitoring contrast and temporal resolution and distinguishing different intensities of brightness and border delineation capabilities of the ultrasound system.
The RMI 403GS LE offers carefully placed targets to measure resolution, depth of penetration and electronic caliper distance accuracy. Axial resolution pin spacing patterns are small, offering better axial resolution tests. The resolution patterns and all vertical and horizontal targets are constructed of 0.1 mm nylon fibers for better detail definition and spatial resolution. Grey scale targets are set at -6, +6 and +12 dB relative to the background material and with equivalent attenuation properties. A 10 mm anechoic cyst is also provided to evaluate system noise and geometric distortion. This phantom incorporates our new Tissue Mimicking (TM) gel which provides a smoother background texture than conventional TM gels. This gel reduces the backscatter that is inherent in other TM gels and is fully compatible with the latest in Tissue Harmonics equipment and technology. The RMI 403GS LE also has a new composite film scanning surface that has improved transmission properties so more of the ultrasonic beam can be transmitted and received. Purchase of this phantom includes the QA Cookbook for Ultrasound.
Use the RMI 403GS LE to perform the following tests:
• Axial and lateral resolution at multiple depths
• Cyst imaging at multiple depths
• Depth of penetration
• Image uniformity
• Vertical and horizontal distance accuracy
• Dead zone
• Grey Scale qualitative and quantitative evaluations