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Features

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Viewport features

The manipulations are allowed in one active viewport at a time. At the right side of the viewport a scroll bar is shown. A scroll cursor is scrolled respectively to the position of the active image in the series. At the bottom of the scroll bar the total number of images in the series and the number of the active image are shown. Dragging the cursor along the scroll bar scrolls through the images of the series. Clicking on scroll bar displays the image corresponding to the scroll position.

Active Viewport Buttons On Web Dicom Viewer

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Possibility to activate/deactivate Simultaneous scrolling feature for the active viewports.

Quick Acces Zone

Manually linked scrolling. Possibility to scroll all studies in open viewports:

Linked Scrolling Dicom Viewer Meddream

Watch video tutorial demonstrating how to scroll all studies in open viewports:

icon Viewport to clipboard
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Viewport > Copy viewport content to the clipboard. Possibility to copy viewport content to the clipboard using PNG compression format from viewport:

Copy Image To The Clipboard Dicom Viewer

icon Image to clipboard
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Viewport > Copy original image to the clipboard. Possibility to copy original resolution image to the clipboard (no annotations and manipulations):

Copy original image

icon Save viewport content
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Save viewport content as secondary capture DICOM in new series. Possibility to copy viewport content and save it as DICOM secondary capture in new series:

Save As Secondary Capture Dicom

Watch video tutorial demonstrating how to save viewport content as secondary capture DICOM in new series:

icon Propagate an Ellipse ROI
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Viewport > Propagate an Ellipse ROI. Possibility to propagate the measurement (Ellipse) ROI into other open viewports:

Ellipse ROI Dicom Viewer

icon Paste an Ellipse ROI
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Viewport > Paste the measurement. Possibility to paste the measurement (Ellipse) ROI into other open viewports:

Paste Ellipse ROI Dicom Viewer

icon Stop propagation
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Viewport > Stop propagation. Stop propagation of the measurement (Ellipse) ROI:

Stop Propagation Ellipse ROI Dicom Viewer

Quick access controls
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If series that are viewed in the viewport contain images with additional data, the controls for quick access to additional data are displayed in the viewport:

To access the images with additional data use quick access controls as described below:

  • Scrollbar. If scrollbar is displayed, marks on scrollbar indicates the place of images with additional data within series. Click on marked place of the scrollbar to open the image with additional data;
  • Chevron buttons. Use up-pointing chevron button, and down-pointing chevron button to navigate through the images with additional data in currently viewed series;
  • Key objects. Use Key object button to view the series Key objects and to set the Key object filter (see Key Objects for more details). Key object button is grayed and inactive, if currently displayed image does not belong to any Key object;
  • Annotations. Use Annotation button to view and to open the saved annotation (see Annotations for more details). Annotation button is grayed and inactive, if currently displayed image hasn’t any saved presentation state.

icon Quick save KO and PR
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Click the Quick save KO, PR button at the bottom right side of the viewport:

Meddream Dicom Viewer Quick Save KO

Watch the video tutorial about how to use the Quick save KO and PR button with DICOM Viewer:

Once the KO and PR have been saved, the thumbnail with a shortcut to all saved annotations and Key Objects will appear next to the series thumbnail:

Ko Key Objects In Dicom Viewer

The current date and time are used as a description of the presentation state. Several annotations may be saved for the same image. Each annotation is saved as separate series of PR modalities.

Please notice, that the Quick save KO, PR button initiates double action: saves the presentation state and saves key objects.