Set the Standard for Breast
Cancer Monitoring and Treatment

Water proficiency for ADC, T1, and fat suppression in breast qMRI standardization

Discover the CaliberMRI Breast Phantom

Knowing is better than not knowing.
Especially when it comes to breast cancer.

Premium Version

Finally, a qMRI breast imaging phantom that can do it all. The CaliberMRI Breast Phantom contains breast fat mimic so breast qMRI researchers can see what matters most with ADC and T1 relaxation.

Reduce breast imaging artifacts with the
CaliberMRI Breast Phantom

Suppress breast fat in MRI imaging with CaliberMRI’s
unique fat mimic, developed in collaboration with the
University of California, San Francisco and NIST.

Standardize ADC and T1 relaxation values with
CaliberMRI’s human tissue mimic solutions developed in
over a decade of collaboration with leading qMRI
researchers and scientists.

Know the specs

T1 Relaxation Mimic

  • Four layers of alternating fibroglandular and fat mimics with T1 spread (100ms-1900 ms)
  • 12 spheres filled with fibroglandular T1 surrounded by bulk fat mimic
  • 12 spheres filled with fat mimic surrounded by bulk fibroglandular mimic

Diffusion Mimic

  • 12 tubes filled with 0, 10, 25, or 40% aqueous PVP solution to mimic diffusion
  • 4 tubes filled with fat mimic
  • Bulk solution is fibroglandular T1 mimic

Evaluated MRI Characteristics

  • B1 and B0 non-uniformity
  • Geometric linearity
  • Gradient amplitude
  • System center frequency drift (short time duration)
  • Resolution (high-contrast detectability and SNR (low-contrast detectability)
  • Accuracy and precision of T1 and T2 measurements
  • Accuracy and precision of the Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC)

qCal-MR™ is now compatible with the CMRI Breast Phantom!

Daydream no more. The complete qMRI QA/QC cloud-based software has arrived.

Take qCal-MR™ for a test spin with a free, 30-day trial. Compare your MRI scanner data with NIST true values and share studies with your qMRI research colleagues around the world.

Map beyond The Known with
the CMRI Breast Phantom