Unrivaled End-To-End Stereotactic QA
The LUCY 3D QA Phantom exceeds strict demands set by physicists performing SRS/SRT QA. Each component of the LUCY phantom is manufactured within 0.1 mm tolerances, ensuring the most precise, practical SRS tool on the market.
Confident Image Fusion
Verify the accuracy of the entire image fusion process. Point and volume CT/MRI inserts allow for consistent setup and acquisition. Fused Images can be compared to meaurements in the LUCY specifications to ensure sub-millimetre precision.
Minimise Transfer Errors
Industry-leading manufacturing tolerances provide incomparable accuracy when contrasting distance measurements to images in treatment planning software. Since distance measurements should be evaluated at each step of the process, these rigid tolerances can drastically reduce cumulative uncertainty.
Simplify Patient Dosimetry
The LUCY dosimetry inserts help to quickly obtain absolute, relative and point-dose dosimetry measurements at isocentre and at exact positions off isocentre. This allows for a seamless evaluation of dosimetric accuracy.
CT, MRI and Image Fusion
The Lucy seamlessly integrates with SRS frames and frameless systems. It can be positioned within the manufacturer’s coordinate system and rotated for operation in coronal, sagittal or transverse plane. CT/MRI marker cylinders and volume inserts provide known volumes, densities and distances to produce unparalleled 0.1 mm precision when evaluating TPS fusion.
Design and Deliver Plan
Once images are acquired and fused, the Lucy can be customized for dose and fluence calculations. Create treatment plans based on fused images or sample tumor shapes and then deliver the plans to the Lucy. Interchangeable inserts position film and detectors at the exact center of the Lucy, minimizing disruption when obtaining isocentricity and distance measurements.
Analyse and Export Results
The Lucy Phantom provides precise spatial and dosimetric data for MRI scans, comprehensive CT scans, image fusion, localization, treatment planning and export to the treatment machine. Since all these tests are conducted with the same phantom, it is easier to identify steps with potential errors and reduce uncertainties over the entire treatment chain.