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Split dynamics or different sequences

Hi. Is there any way to split or different sequences with radiant. For example when I'm viewing an mri of the knee I want to split the DP/T2 images so I can view them one at a time instead of mixed. The same goes for Dwi images and dynamic studies. Thank you for this great software


Apr 14, 2013 12:02 PM
by Pablo
Hi Pablo,

Currently there is no way to view a subset of series images. I have added this feature to our to-do list.

Thanks,
Maciej


Apr 15, 2013 09:35 PM
by RadiAnt
+1

however from a technical point of view the developer should keep in mind that with some vendors the image mix in the DICOM series is alternated (i.e. DP, T2, DP, T2, DP, T2...) while in others the mix is different (DP, DP, DP... T2, T2, T2...)

the same for DWI... some show the same slice in b0 and b1000 values, while other show at first all the b0 images followed by all the b1000 images.

so any "split series" tool should take into consideration those 2 different scenarios


Sep 7, 2013 08:22 AM
by Tommy
Tommy, you're definitely right. Once this feature is available it should take into account different splitting patterns.


Sep 10, 2013 11:34 AM
by RadiAnt
just to tell thanks to the RadiAnt team that made this feature request true in the latest beta.
thumbs up.


Jan 16, 2015 06:21 AM
by Tommy
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