RadiAnt DICOM Viewer - Discussion Forum
Spacing display bug?

Aug 6, 2020 10:21 AM
by Li
"All pixel spacing related Attributes are encoded as the physical distance between the centers of each two-dimensional pixel, specified by two numeric values.

The first value is the row spacing in mm, that is the spacing between the centers of adjacent rows, or vertical spacing.

The second value is the column spacing in mm, that is the spacing between the centers of adjacent columns, or horizontal spacing."

From my understanding, the first value in dicom spcing tag should be row spacing, which is y spacing rather than x spacing. Is radiant handle it right?
Sep 9, 2020 01:48 PM
by RadiAnt
RadiAnt can only display images with isotropic pixels. DICOM files having anisotropic pixels appear stretched. However, length measurement should still work just fine for such images.
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