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MRIdb: Medical imaging database

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MRIdb is an end-to-end data management system for MRI, combining the DCM4CHEE DICOM server with a bespoke front-end packaged into an easily deployable virtual machine. It interfaces directly with MRI scanners and handles image storage, retrieval and export. It provides role-based access control, patient-study assignment, and extensive auditing. MRIdb is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the BSS and the Imaging Sciences Department of Imperial College.

Orthanc

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Orthanc aims at providing a simple, yet powerful standalone DICOM server. Orthanc can turn any computer running Windows or Linux into a DICOM store (in other words, a mini-PACS system). Its architecture is lightweight, meaning that no complex database administration is required, nor the installation of third-party dependencies.

DICoogle

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Dicoogle PACS is a distributed medical image system and offers the following features:

Xebra

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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.

Open Source Picture Archiving and Communication System (OSPACS)

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Open Source Picture Archiving and Communication System (OSPACS) for storing and displaying medical image files. This is currently been used by the Institute of Women's Health (University College London) to archive ultrasound images from the UK Collaborative Trial of Ovarian Cancer Screening (UKCTOCS) and aims to store more than 100,000 DICOM files.

OpenSourcePACS

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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.

ClearCanvas

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ClearCanvas Workstation is our friendly, integrated RIS Client and DICOM PACS viewer. Because it is built on top of our highly extensible application framework, we expect that it will be appropriate not just for radiologists and clinicians, but also researchers who want to build new, cutting edge tools that can be easily "tried out" in a clinical environment. Like our other creations, ClearCanvas Worksation is free and open source.

Feature Highlights

  • Very easy to use, intuitive interface
  • Integration with ClearCanvas RIS

Conquest DICOM software

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Full featured DICOM server based on and heavily extending the public domain UCDMC DICOM code developed by Mark Oskin.

CDMEDIC PACS WEB

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Full featured free PACS based on ctn or dcm4chee, dcmtk and mysql, with remote accessiom using apache and perl available for Linux in Debian packaging format for i386, amd64 and Mac OS darwin i386 and ppc.

DCMTK - DICOM Toolkit

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DCMTK is a collection of libraries and applications implementing large parts the DICOM standard. It includes software for examining, constructing and converting DICOM image files, handling offline media, sending and receiving images over a network connection, as well as demonstrative image storage and worklist servers. DCMTK is is written in a mixture of ANSI C and C++.

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