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openDICOM.NET

openDICOM.NET

openDICOM.NET is the DICOM library project.

DICOM File Navigator is a small and easy to use GTK# ACR-NEMA and DICOM file browser for Mono written in C#. It provides different views with focus on DICOM data sets and visualization.

The main element of the project is opendicom-sharp. This software provides an API to DICOM. Also included is opendicom-utils, a collection of console tools for working with required data dictionaries in different data formats (binary and textual), querying of ACR-NEMA (prior DICOM standard) and DICOM files and transcoding them into image formats like JPEG or XML files.

The final package is opendicom-beagle, a Beagle desktop search plugin for ACR-NEMA 1.0, 2.0 and DICOM 3.0 files.

 openDICOM

Price
Free to download

Size
Various separate packages
License

GNU GPL and GNU LGPL

Developer
Albert Gnandt

Website
opendicom.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Mono 1.1.17.1 or higher

Support:
Documentation, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

DICOM File Navigator's features include:

  • Full support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM files
  • Support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM export as XML file
  • Support of ACR-NEMA and DICOM images export to different image formats
  • Three views: file info, data set and image view
  • Tree view of ACR-NEMA and DICOM content
  • Cut'n'copy box with extra informations for openDICOM.NET API (opendicom-sharp) users
  • Image view with single and multiple frame support
  • Supports gray images with variable bit rates (<= 16 bit)
  • Supports RGB Look-Up-Table for gray images
  • Supports RLE encoded and JPEG images
  • Supports image slide cycling (movie mode)
  • Supports on-the-fly single image processing with GIMP
  • Comes with full DICOM 2007 data and UID dictionaries

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