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Abstract #1593

Plastic Bricks in MRI: An Efficient Way to Build Static and Dynamic Phantoms

Nick Scholand1, Sebastian Rosenzweig1, Felix Ertingshausen1, and Martin Uecker1

1Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, University Medical Center Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany

Novel MRI techniques are typically tested on phantoms, hence static and dynamic phantom setups are required during development. However, MRI phantoms are either off-the-shelf components which are expensive and not very flexible or are custom-built which is time-consuming and often requires specialized equipment. Here we report our experience using plastic bricks to build a variety of static and dynamic phantoms.

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