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RadiAnt DICOM Viewer 1.9.10 RC

Oct 27, 2013 05:03 PM
by RadiAnt
New features:

- Support for length measurement using estimated radiographic magnification factor (e.g. in mammography images).

Improvements and bug fixes:

- Enhanced PET SUV measurements (e.g. Philips scanners support added).
- Fixed display of certain types of images with VOI LUT.
- Other minor improvements.

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Oct 28, 2013 01:03 PM
by Javier
Very necessary tool!

They are other simple tools very useful for a musculoskeletal radiologist:

1. Vertical and horizontal lines (i.e. shift + L / ctrl + L)
2. Angle between two lines (Cobb angle), of wich one is horizontal or vertical.
3. Lower extremity dysmetria tool
4. Fusion images of X-rays

I wait for the PACS connection. I also think about two separate installer versions (PACS/non-PACS).

Great work!


Oct 28, 2013 01:13 PM
by Javier
Oops!. I see that I can draw a horizontal or vertical segment, pressing SHIFT. :)

Sorry Maciej.

Oct 28, 2013 09:54 PM
by RadiAnt
Thanks, Javier!

Could you explain #4, how this fusion should work?
#2 & #3 are in to-do list...

Nov 7, 2013 11:59 AM
by Javier
I attached a link to jpg file with the fusion of two TC images to measure the distance TA-TG of the knee, i.e. It is also useful to measure the instability of the cervical spine with two RX flexoextension images, etc.

Thank you.
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Nov 9, 2013 11:54 AM
by RadiAnt
Thank you for the explanation!
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