The "MITO - Medical Imaging TOolkit" project coagulates a number of activities aimed at defining and implementing an open-source, cross-platform software architecture for advanced Medical Imaging. MITO toolkit makes it possible to fetch radiological information and images stored in a PACS according to the standard format DICOM, then provides the final user with basic functionalities such as 2D-3D visualization (VR, SR, MIP), image segmentation and fusion, ROI. Moreover, MITO provides interaction techniques for manipulating 3D medical data in a virtual environment by 2 DOF input devices.
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ImageJ is a public domain Java image processing program inspired by NIH Image for the Macintosh. It runs, either as an online applet or as a downloadable application, on any computer with a Java 1.4 or later virtual machine. Downloadable distributions are available for Windows, Mac OS, Mac OS X and Linux.
MITK 3M3 is a free and user-friendly application which ensures effective and efficient work, analysis, and visualization of radiological image data.
MITK 3M3 gives you access to the latest algorithms and methods from research. The cooperation between the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and mint medical allows for a rapid transfer of leading-edge research topics, including diffusion imaging and automated segmentation techniques. MITK 3M3 will be constantly extended with the addition of new software modules to bring the latest research work to your computer.
jlpv is a Java Light PACS Viewer application useful for review series or images from DICOM data retrieved from the DCM4CHEE PACS system. It also uses ImageJ as a rendering engine or viewer. This project is in a early stage.
Dicoogle PACS is a distributed medical image system and offers the following features:
OpenSourcePACS is a free, open source image referral, archiving, routing and viewing system. It adds functionality beyond conventional PACS by integrating wet read functions, implemented through DICOM Presentation State and Structured Reporting standards.
In its first release, OpenSourcePACS delivers a complete wet read system, enabling an imaging clinic or hospital to offer its services over the web to physicians within or outside the institution. In future releases, we hope to incorporate more RIS (dictation, transcription, and reporting) functionality.
Oviyam is a web based DICOM Viewer. Using standard DICOM protocols patient lists can be queried, particular series or studies retrieved and be displayed as JPEG images in your browser. Oviyam will work with any DICOM server that supports WADO (Web Access to DICOM Persistent Objects).
Oviyam is a free download and is pre-packaged for deployment with JBoss.
The source is triple licensed under MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/LGPL 2.1.
Oviyam is built using the dcm4che toolkit and script.aculo.us framework.
Stratos viewer is a web based utility to examine DICOM medical images through a web browser.
Xebra is an open source, cross-platform, thin client and server for web-based distribution and clinical review of medical imaging results. Xebra is based on the latest open industry standards including JPEG2000, WADO and IHE XDS-I.
ImmunoRatio is a free web application for automated image analysis of estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), and Ki-67 immunostained tissue sections.
- segments diaminobenzidine-stained (DAB) and hematoxylin-stained nuclei regions from the user-submitted image,
- calculates the percentage of DAB-stained nuclear area over total nuclear area (=labeling index), and
- generates a pseudo-colored result image matching the area segmentation (see the example on right side).