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Development of BMD Phantom using 3D Printing (3D 프린팅을 이용한 골밀도 팬텀 개발)

  • Lee, Junho;Choi, Kwan-Yong;Hong, Sung-Yong
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Radiology
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.185-192
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    • 2019
  • DXA is the most commonly used BMD examination equipment with the best performance on reflecting the biological alteration with tiny change of bone density. In spite of the importance of the quality control to maintain the accuracy and precision of the examination, considerable number of hospitals are not conducting QC due to the difficulty and high cost of the phantom product. This study develops the cross revision phantom with 3D printer and the change of the degree of infilling filaments which can be readily secured, and provides the usefulness assessment of the developed phantom by comparing with existing products. The Hounsfield Units of ABS, TPU, PLA, 30% Cu-PLA, and 30% Al-PLA are assessed. The Hounsfield Units result at infilling rate 100% was $-149.74{\pm}2.36$, $-55.62{\pm}7.14$, $-7.68{\pm}3.82$, $87.53{\pm}1.07$, and $1795.20{\pm}16.15$. The L1, L2, L3 BMD of 3D printing phantom with linear regression model were $0.620{\pm}0.010g/cm^2$, $1.092{\pm}0.025g/cm^2$, $1.554{\pm}0.026g/cm^2$ which are statistically relevant to the existing phantom products. This result provides the base line data for various medical phantom produce and capability of proper quality control of DXA equipment.

Developing Customized Phantom for Korean Bone Density Using 3D Printing (3D 프린팅을 이용한 한국인 골밀도 맞춤 팬텀 개발)

  • Lee, Junho;Choi, Kwan-Yong;Choi, Jae-Ho
    • Journal of radiological science and technology
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    • v.42 no.3
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    • pp.223-229
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    • 2019
  • In order to reduce the radiation exposure dose of the patient and to obtain accurate diagnosis results, the quality control of the diagnostic radiation generator must be conducted periodically In particular, bone density test equipment could be influenced by many factors, and it is far more important because inaccurate measurement would eventually affect the result value. However, the cross-correction phantom of DXA equipment is poorly penetrated due to lack of awareness of the industry and the high cost. Therefore, this study developed a BMD phantom using a 3D printer and Korean BMD phantom with low cost by cross analyzing Korean BMD value from The Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and evaluated it. The L1, L2, and L3 BMD values of phantoms produced with the 3D printer were measured to be $0.887{\pm}0.006g/cm^2$, $0.927{\pm}0.006g/cm^2$, and $0.960{\pm}0.005g/cm^2$, at 215 mm height and $0.882{\pm}0.011g/cm^2$, $0.914{\pm}0.005g/cm^2$, $0.933{\pm}0.008g/cm^2$ at 155 mm height displaying statistically significant relevance. The result suggests that a proper quality control and cross calibration of DXA device be possible and expected to be an essential data for various medical phantom manufacture development using 3D printer.