|Congratulations! Congratulations! Congratulation !|
A very skillfull program. I've tryed your 0.50 and after the 0.95 BETA; both are great, especially the latest, with it's fusion images. I became your fan!!!
Untill now I've used some PACS (Kodak, Dinamic Imaging) and many programs to visualize Dicom images(Dicomworks,UniViewer, and many others even a relatively new one named Onis free release-also with MPR reconstructions) I have even a Mac with Osirix.
I can tell that yours is the best .
It would be better with a enhancement capabillities, but, anyway, I am "devastated" by you (2)brothers.
Thank you to give us the ocassion to try your soft.
|Feb 22, 2012 11:48 PM
by Adrian radiologist at an Oncological Institute
image enhncements... do you mean sharpen and blur filters?
|Feb 23, 2012 07:36 AM
|Exactly||Feb 23, 2012 08:38 AM
|Is usefull in bone and lung studies||Feb 23, 2012 08:40 AM
|Adrian, thanks a lot!|
Generally filters cause loss of information from the image. I don't like using them. I could only see a justification for placing a sharpen filter in RadiAnt. Which could happen in rather undetermined future...
|Feb 23, 2012 10:23 PM
|Hi i have just downloaded this programme to view my x rays but the images are all blurry...why is this ||Oct 24, 2014 01:54 AM
The only reason for your blurry images that I can come up is that you display some low resolution images on a large high resolution screen. The "blurriness" you perceive could be caused by the interpolation which is used to enlarge image in such case. Other than that, RadiAnt does not apply any image filters to cause your images appear blurry.
|Oct 25, 2014 12:52 PM