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Hands-on Public-Domain DICOM Application...

Hands-on Public-Domain DICOM Applications to Manage Image Data
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Richard James Bruce, MD Code: RC253 Objective: Attendees will understand how open source DICOM software can help in solving common workflow issues. They will also understand how open source DICOM software can be used in research and education. Attendees are going to learn to use open source tools to address DICOM data management challenges. They...

ImageJ: Open Source Imaging Solutions fo...

ImageJ: Open Source Imaging Solutions for Radiology
Time: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Authors: Daniel Barboriak, MD Code: IA11 Objective: Attendees will be able to understand the capabilities of ImageJ and how this software can be used to learn about and perform image analyses. They will also learn how data on image DICOM headers can be used to tailor image analyses. Attendees will understand how macro language scripts and plug-ins can extend the...

RSNA History- Part 26

In this episode of RSNA history, we discuss the main event that took place during early 1990s. Digital imaging technology started to appear during early 1990s. While RSNA 1992 meeting took place, infoRAD included, for the first time, a public demonstration of a standard for digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM), which was designed by the American College of Radiology...