I am trying to find an ultrasound phantom for the head and eye. Do you know if anyone makes one?

If your question relates to imaging a head or eye, a phantom that supports high frequency, high resolution imaging would be appropriate to test probes used on either heads, pediatric or burr hole imaging, or intraocular imaging through a lidded eye.

The probe of choice for this imaging task would have a small footprint and be high frequency in either case. If your question relates to TCD—transcranial Doppler—a Doppler phantom that provides variable velocities and various access depths might be used. Unfortunately I have not seen a dedicated ultrasound head phantom.

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