What is DICOM? DICOM, which stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, is a standardized format that enables medical professionals to access and share medical images regardless of their location or the devices they use. DICOM images require specific software known as DICOM viewers to read and display the
In today's digital age, hospitals increasingly rely on technology to provide quality patient care and manage operations. However, the high cost of proprietary software solutions can be a significant barrier for hospitals, particularly in low-resource settings. Open-source solutions provide a cost-effective and customizable alternative for hospitals looking to implement technology
RadioLogic is a case-based learning and self-assessment tool for the Orthanc Ecosystem for Medical Imaging. Case-based learning (CBL) is an efficient method for radiologist education. RadioLogic is a system to create clinical-cases from real DICOM files and to provide a self-assessment tool to users to view the studies, submit a
The dicom or formerly "go-dicom" is a library and command-line tool to read, write, and generally work with DICOM medical image files in native Go. The goal is to build a full-featured, high-performance, and readable DICOM parser for the Go community. The project is started by Suyash Kumar, a software
MRIcroGL is a cross-platform tool for viewing DICOM and NIfTI format images. It comes with an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop user interface as well as a scripting language. MRIcroGL is a general-purpose medical image viewer that allows you to load overlays (e.g. statistical maps), draw regions of interest (e.g. create
What is SIVIC? SIVIC is an open-source, standards-based software framework and application suite for processing and visualization of DICOM MR Spectroscopy data. Through the use of DICOM, SIVIC aims to facilitate the application of MRS in medical imaging studies. Features * Dynamic MRS * Multi-volumetric images (multi-time point or multi-channel images) * Perfusion
Relying on existing image collections such as the Visible Human (VHP), this project would provide an interactive teaching tool to professionals and students that need training in interpretation of radiology anatomy from tomographic imaging techniques. License The project is released and licensed under the GPL2.0 License. Resources * https://sourceforge.
AMIDE is a feature-rich free, open-source program for viewing, analyzing, and registering volumetric medical imaging data sets. It is one of the oldest open-source, free DICOM software. It provided aid to doctors, and researchers on platforms like Linux and macOS since 2003. AMIDE's interfaces uses GTK library, which is tested
Human Anatomy is a basic element for medical education curriculum. It's part of the basic sciences that every med student should study, such as human physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, histology, pathology, pharmacology and of course anatomy. Anatomy (ana- = "up", tom = "to cut") is a study of body structure, it focuses on
Medical imaging applications are a necessity in research and clinical practice. However, unlike years ago there are medical imaging specific frameworks that ease the development of medical imaging applications. As our goal in Medevel.com to create useful resources for the medical apps developers community, here in this article we
Radiopaedia.org is a rapidly growing, open-edit radiology resource, compiled by radiologists and other health professionals from across the globe. Radiopaedia is a radiology educational web resource containing reference articles, radiology images, and patient cases. It also contains a radiology encyclopedia. It is currently the largest freely available radiology related
Radiologists require up-to-date materials, applications and services to ease their work. Radiological Anatomy is one of the most important required topics for radiologists, medical students, radiology students and orthopedics. What's Radioanatomy? Radioanatomy (x-ray anatomy) is an anatomy discipline which involves the study of anatomy through the use of radiographic films.
PACS stands for Picture Archiving and Communication System, a medical imaging technology which provides economical storage and convenient access to images from multiple modalities. DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard for handling, storing, printing, and transmitting information in medical imaging. It includes a file format definition
Open source/ Libre software are becoming a major part of daily usage for many users worldwide, Medical/ Healthcare sector is no exception. For DICOM Viewers we have many open-source Desktop clients some of them are enterprise-grade Viewers. Most of the desktop open source DICOM viewers come with platform restriction, hardware