Weasis DICOM viewer is cross-platform, free/libre and open source software (FLOSS), multi-language and allows a flexible integration to PACS, RIS, HIS or PHR. This multi-platform DICOM viewer runs with several processor architectures on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS (see the packages available for download). It allows high-quality renderings with high performance through the OpenCV library.
It has been designed to meet several expectations of clinical information systems and their future evolution regarding medical imaging: providing web-based access to radiological images, as well as covering a considerable number of DICOM types and offering multimedia capabilities.
As an example of how to perform the cleaning process, the following steps might be performed to query, retrieve, de-identify, blackout and export images to a zip file (assuming that the network has already been configured; see How to configure it):
To import images from media such as CDs or the local file system instead or retrieving over the network, replace steps 1 through 5 with a press of the Import button and navigate using the popup dialog to thedrive, folder or DICOMDIR and press Open (Windows) or OK (Mac); no network configuration is required.
Any steps of this process can be repeated as necessary; retrieved, imported and cleaned patients, studies, series and images remain until the application is closed unless they are explicitly selected and purged.
If desired, the process can be executed without performing any de-identification (leaving the DICOM headers and pixel data intact) by setting the following configuration of checkboxes,allowing images to be imported or retrieved, then exported or transferred elsewhere, with a "dummy" cleaning step, and in this case, since no Blackout is required, any Transfer Syntax (type of compression) can be accepted:
If the "Dates and Times - Move earliest date to" checkbox is left unchecked then all dates and times are left unchanged. This is the recommended setting when studies need to be related longitudinally, and arede-identified on separate occasions, and when dates are used to correlate images with other sources of information. However, the policy governing de-identification may require that dates be modified, and if the boxis checked, then all the dates and times are shifted relative to the same epoch, such that the earliest date and time in the entire set of selected instances is moved to the epoch. The epoch can be specifiedexplicitly in the text box, which has a default date of 20000101. Alternatively, the earliest year amongst the selected set can be detected by pressing the appropriate button, and the text box values willchange to January 1st of the earliest year. Another option is to choose a random year.
There is no mechanism provided to re-use the same offset when studies are de-identified on different occasions. However, if the earliest date method is used, and the earliest previous original images areimported and selected, and Earliest Year is pressed, and then the studies that do not need to be cleaned are de-selected, then it may be possible to obtain consistency across the set.
Some types of images, particularly ultrasound, screen shots of analysis panels and 3D rendering, digitized film or paper documents, and some nuclear medicine images, containidentifying information not just in the DICOM "header", but also burned in to the pixel data, which needs to be "blacked out" (redacted) by replacing the pixel values using an image editor.
Images encoded in the JPEG baseline (8-bit) Transfer Syntax are treated specially, and are not decompressed,in order to prevent loss of information caused by decompressing and then recompressing a lossy JPEG compressed image.Rather, only those 8x8 blocks that are to be blacked out are affected, and all other 8x8 blocks are untouched.A side effect is to increased the blacked out regions in size to align with block boundaries.Also, rather than black being used as the replacement value, the average color of the block is used (current DC coefficient value).
If the "Accept any Transfer Syntax" checkbox was set during import or network reception, any image that isnot encoded in one of the Transfer Syntaxes supported for decoding will cause the "Blackout" process to fail (see also Transfer Syntax and Compression Support).
The user has control over which value is used to replace the blacked out pixels (except for lossy JPEG images that are not decompressed). If Use Padding and Use Zero are unchecked,then the lowest possible pixel value given the signedness and bit depth of the pixel data will be used. If Use Padding is checked(which it is by default), then Pixel Padding Value, if present in the header, will be used instead of the lowest possible value. IfUse Zero is checked, than a value of zero will always be used, regardless of the lowest possible value or Pixel Padding Value; thisis sometimes necessary if no windowing information is present in the header, and the lowest possible value turns out to be very -ve(everything turns white after Save is pressed).
The "Overlays" checkbox in the "Blackout" panel activates display of this information, which can then be blacked out, in which case the remaining overlay information willbe "burned in" to the saved pixel data and the overlays themselves removed. Indeed, even if there is no need to blackout the overlay information, the side effect of burning in the overlaymay be useful, particularly if downstream viewers do not support overlay display, as many do not.A side effect of the use of the "Overlays" checkbox is to suppress the lossy JPEG selective block redaction, and trigger decompression of the JPEG image before burning in overlay information(if any); the image is not recompressed.
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If you are processing a group of camera raw files takenunder the same lighting conditions, you can adjust the setting inthe first image to your satisfaction and then apply the same settingsto the remaining images.
Use this option with PSD or JPEGsource images if the file's color profile does not match your workingprofile. You can choose a color profile in which to convert thefirst image and all images in the folder.
The settingsyou apply with the Image Processor are temporaryand used only with the Image Processor. Theimage's current camera raw settings are used to process the image,unless you change them in the Image Processor.
Before you process your images, clickSave to save the current settings in the dialog box. The next timeyou need to process files using this group of settings, click Load,and navigate to your saved Image Processor settings.
TheBatch command runs an action on a folder of files. If you have adigital camera or a scanner with a document feeder, you can alsoimport and process multiple images with a single action. Your scanneror digital camera may need an acquire plug-in modulethat supports actions.
You can use this procedure, for example, to sharpen, resize, and save images as JPEGs in their original folders. You create an action that has a sharpen step, a resize step, and then a "Save As JPEG" step. When you batch-process this action, you select Include All Subfolders, make the destination Save And Close, and select Override Action "Save As" Commands.
If you don't select this option and your action includes a Save As command, your files will be saved into the folder specified by the Save As command in the action, instead of the folder specified in the Batch command. In addition, if you don't select this option and the Save As command in the action specifies a filename, the Batch command overwrites the same file (the file specified in the action) each time it processes an image.
If you want the Batch command to process files using the original filenames in the folder you specified in the Batch command, save your image in the action. Then, when you create the batch, select Override Action "Save As" Command and specify a destination folder. If you rename the images in the Batch command and don't select Override Action "Save As" Command, Photoshop saves your processed images twice: once with the new name in the specified folder, and once with the original name in the folder specified by the Save As command in the action.
Some Save options aren't available in the Batch or Create Droplet commands (such as JPEG compression or TIFF options). To use these options, record a Save As step in the action that contains the desired options, and then use the Override Action "Save As" Commands option to make sure that your files are saved where you specify in the Batch or Create Droplet command. Photoshop disregards the specified filename and path in the Action's Save As command, and retains the Save options using the new path and filename you specify in the Batch dialog.
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