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PreXion has over 15 years of experience with DICOM image processing and software visualization. PreXion has improved the reliability and quality of all CBCT core technologies including the X-Ray Tube and the Flat Panel Detector (FPD) for both CT and Cephalometric.
Air Techniques provides a complete digital X-ray solution: wireless, flexible, every image size. ScanX® systems are designed for ease of use, dependability and comfort both for the practitioner and the patient. Air Techniques offers enhanced viewing capabilities and fine adjustments with a full range of diagnostic tools included in their imaging software packages.
Carestream Dental provides industry-leading digital solutions for dental practitioners across the world. Whether used as a standalone program or with your practice management software, CS Imaging gives you one-stop access to all of your images.
Polaroid DDS uses the latest medical and dental imaging tools as well as a 16-bit viewer to provide extraordinary image quality. Hardware manufacturers have provided their direct integration and our software now services more than150,000 users worldwide. The customizable Polaroid DDS screen display is designed to optimize case presentation ensuring clinicians get more patient acceptance to proposed treatment plans.
Carestream INDUSTREX Digital Imaging Plates are a natural fit for computed radiography in NDT applications. Our digital imaging plates offer the flexibility of film without the need for wet processing, allowing you to capture and read images quickly and easily, both in the field and in the lab.
Apteryx XVWeb Dental Imaging software is a cloud-based dental imaging solution that allows you to store, view, and optimize clinical images for treatment planning that is accessible anytime, anywhere.
Apteryx XVWeb Dental Imaging is an intuitive cloud-based dental imaging software that allows dentists to capture, view, edit, annotate, and send images securely and easily with an internet connection.
DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard format that enables medical professionals to view, store, and share medical images irrespective of their geographic location or the devices they use, as long as those devices support the format. DICOM images need to be viewed through specific software called DICOM viewers that can read and display the format. The images, along with the corresponding patient data, are often stored in a large database called the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS). The purpose of a DICOM application is to store information in the PACS about the imaging examination, along with patient details, and then when required, to view and interpret (and possibly edit) medical images that are retrieved from the PACS. DICOM images are unique in the fact that they contain patient information in addition to the image data.
For instance, some software are meant only for basic viewing. Therefore, they do not have any additional features such as sharing or storage. Some applications have the ability to export data as JPEG or GIF files, which can be used in teaching and presentations. DICOM software for clinics can store images to a certain extent on mini-PACS servers. Some software also offer advanced features, like anonymization, which is particularly useful when conducting clinical research.
If you are a medical student, you may just be looking for a way to view and study clinical images. A full-fledged radiologist, on the other hand, would need high-speed software with specialized plug-ins and structured reporting. Furthermore, certain applications may be best suited to view images from specific body regions.
Most DICOM applications today read common imaging modalities like CT, MRI, and ultrasound images. Features such as multiplanar reconstruction (MPR), particularly 3D reconstruction, are needed for treatment planning. Volume rendering, maximum and minimum intensity projections (MIPs) aid in diagnosis as well as in research. Image fusion, such as PET to CTs or PET to MRIs can also help in diagnosis and reporting.
The DICOM software must integrate with a PACS server that offers enough space to store an adequate volume of images along with patient data. The PACS server might be located in an institution, in which case the application must integrate to it directly, or it can be a cloud-based PACS system, which can be accessed online from anywhere. The latter is especially useful when images need to be stored and analyzed for research purposes.
PostDICOM is one of the best DICOM viewers that offers almost all of the above features. It is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It can be operated from android devices and iOS-based systems. PostDICOM comes with a cloud-based PACS, which allows you to access data from any device, anywhere, at any time. The viewer allows advanced image manipulation, such as 3D reconstruction, 3D volume rendering and MIP, and image fusion. It also offers an interface for creating reports, sharing files, and immediate uploading of all patient data to the cloud PACS.
The cloud-based PACS is unique to this software and offers several advantages. It allows researchers to upload relevant images on the PACS server for viewing, processing, and analyzing at various stages during the course of their clinical research. This ensures complete data integration and a smooth workflow.
Horos is an open source DICOM viewer for Mac. It is actually the free version of an expensive DICOM viewer called Osirix MD, which is often considered to be the best DICOM viewer for Mac. It only runs on Mac OS, version 10.8 or higher. This software allows for most diagnostic techniques, including multiplanar reconstruction, maximum intensity projections, and volume rendering. It also has tools for manipulating images and making measurements.
One of the unique features of Horos is that it has a plug-in that allows uploading of images to Radiopedia, an online resource with a large number of reference cases and articles. Technical support is available through both phone and email. Horos, however, does not integrate to PACS free of cost. Cloud-based storage is available at an additional cost.
A free version of Osirix MD, called Osirix Lite, is also available to users. However, it does not allowing editing of imaging metadata, and image modifications come with a watermark. While this is good to get a feel for the parent software, it is not intended for regular medical use.
The RadiAnt DICOM image viewer is a simple, fast platform that is compatible with Windows. It offers multiple features, including MPR, MIP, and image fusion. Images can be exported to JPEG, PNG, and other image formats. They can also be copy-pasted directly to presentations and word documents.
The application is just a viewer and does not offer storage space. Their website has a disclaimer explicitly stating that they do not have any certifications, and as such, the product is not intended for diagnostic use. However, it is handy for students and residents for studying medical images and research purposes.
The application allows both viewing and processing of DICOM images. It can generate structured reports, and allows basic measurements, annotations, and zooming in for images. MicroDicom does not offer advanced features such as MPR and volume rendering. It can be downloaded as a potable zip file that does not require installation. This allows it to be used on any device that has a Windows OS.
This is a lightweight application that is great for beginners who are learning to use a DICOM viewer. Its biggest advantage is that it can be run on multiple operating systems. It offers multiplanar views, MIP and volume rendering, but image editing and exporting are not possible.
MANGO is an advanced DICOM application which requires some technical coding before it can be used. It has several advanced features, including conversion, anonymization and editing images. Other versions of Mango (Papaya and iMango) can be accessed from the browser directly or an Apple iPad. The application is under constant development, possible due to grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Engineering. Therefore, it keeps improving in its functionality. Advanced options like behavioral analysis, disease analysis, and brain separation modalities make it particularly useful for neuromedicine. It does not offer cloud storage.
This is another lightweight application that is capable of viewing DICOM images. Escape EMV offers anonymizing and exporting features, but does not have many other advanced specs. It is available in multiple languages. Only a trial version is available free of cost, and commercial use of the software requires payment of a license fee.
IrfanView is an extremely simple yet effective image viewer that supports the DICOM format in addition to other image files. It does not boast the features of many of the above applications, but if your purpose is to simply view DICOM images, it is lightweight and easy to use. The software is only free for non-commercial purposes. If you intend to use it for your private practice or in a hospital setting, a license fee is applicable.
It is a robust application that is easy to use too. While it does not offer cloud storage, it can function as a mini-PACS server. It has the capacity to batch-anonymize and batch-convert to image formats. The free version is valid for 45 days only, after which a lifetime license can be purchased at a reasonable cost. 2b1af7f3a8