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desync series for certain MRI sequences

Feb 21, 2012 06:38 AM
by Tommy
Automatic series synchronization is one of the features I love of RadiAnt but there are some cases in which I'd like to disable this function.

when you deal with certain MRI sequences in which there's repetition of the same subset of images in the same series, auto-sync makes impossible to view different subsets in different viewports

this issue affects abdominal "in phase/out of phase" T1 images and DWI images with differente b values as well.... the same applies to dynamic contrast enhanced MRI sequence in which multiple phases are saved in a single stack of images.

if you open 2 viewports and load that sequences twice, you cannot simultaneously see the "in phase" subset in one port and the "out of phase" subset in the other port because of the auto-sync that lets you visualize only "in phase" or only "out of phase".

my suggestion is to add a "desync button" which disables the auto-sync and let's you freely manage those series with multiple repeated subsets

Feb 21, 2012 01:22 PM
by RadiAnt
We're aware of the problem you described. Perhaps even next beta will bring a solution. Thanks for a suggestion!
Mar 24, 2012 01:42 PM
by Tommy
beta 0.99 solved this!!!
Aug 7, 2012 02:50 PM
by yitian
I need it to view dicom
Aug 8, 2012 06:57 AM
by RadiAnt
You can disable automatic synchronization with Ctrl+Alt+S keyboard shortcut or from the toolbar popup menu.
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