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Abstract #4345

Evaluation of an Anthropomorphic Phantom with In-Vivo Using Quantitative MRI

Sossena Wood1, Tales Santini1, Narayanan Krishnamurthy1, Shailesh Raval1, and Tamer S. Ibrahim, PhD1,2

1Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, 2Radiology, University of Pittsburgh, PA, United States

In this work, a developed refillable multi-compartment 3D-printed head phantom (established from MRI scans obtained in-vivo) was compared to a homogeneous commercial spherical phantom, the phantom itself with homogeneous loading in all of its compartments and in-vivo (the same volunteer on whom the phantom was based). Through B1 mapping and SAR analysis within an RF coil, the heterogeneous multi-compartment head phantom results were most accurate to the in-vivo volunteer.

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