The MRI Isocentric Volume Insert features an isocentrically- placed target of known volume which allows for integrated testing of CT and MR imaging, image fusion and treatment planning.

Used in combination with available dosimetric inserts for treatment delivery verification, the Lucy Phantom aims to be a complete end-to-end QA system for your SRS program

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