Aysel is creating DICOM Viewer in Nextcloud
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Open-source DICOM viewer in Nextcloud

The DICOM Viewer allows the user to display and manipulate DICOM images with a streamlined sidebar and viewer, all without leaving Nextcloud. Once the DICOM Viewer application is enabled in Nextcloud, the app immediately and automatically matches all DICOM files with the *.dcm extension and the application/dicom MIME type.

The sidebar parses DICOM files and displays all DICOM attributes, such as Patient ID, Patient Name, and Study Date/Time, in a convenient details panel. A critical search feature on the sidebar enables the user to quickly search for specific DICOM attributes.

In a single click, the Nextcloud DICOM viewer displays images in different imaging modalities critical for radiological assessment, including Computed Radiography (CR), Computed Tomography (CT), Digital Radiography (DX), Mammography (MG), and Magnetic Resonance (MR). Each image may be enhanced with informational overlays pertaining to the patient, study, series, image and any manipulation. Image orientation markers indicate the corresponding direction of the image with the information encoded in the DICOM file, such as Left (L), Posterior (P), Head (H), and so on. The viewer also has a toolbar with the essential imaging tools: Window/Level, Zoom, Pan, Invert, Flip Horizontally, Flip Vertically, Rotate Left, Rotate Right; Region-based Window/Level to manipulate the image; Length, Probe, Elliptical Region of Interest (ROI), Rectangular Region of Interest (ROI) and Angle to annotate and take measurements; Reset to revert image manipulations; and Clear to delete all annotations and measurements on the image. Lastly, the DICOM viewer is enabled for image viewing and manipulation on mobile devices.

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Open-source DICOM viewer in Nextcloud

The DICOM Viewer allows the user to display and manipulate DICOM images with a streamlined sidebar and viewer, all without leaving Nextcloud. Once the DICOM Viewer application is enabled in Nextcloud, the app immediately and automatically matches all DICOM files with the *.dcm extension and the application/dicom MIME type.

The sidebar parses DICOM files and displays all DICOM attributes, such as Patient ID, Patient Name, and Study Date/Time, in a convenient details panel. A critical search feature on the sidebar enables the user to quickly search for specific DICOM attributes.

In a single click, the Nextcloud DICOM viewer displays images in different imaging modalities critical for radiological assessment, including Computed Radiography (CR), Computed Tomography (CT), Digital Radiography (DX), Mammography (MG), and Magnetic Resonance (MR). Each image may be enhanced with informational overlays pertaining to the patient, study, series, image and any manipulation. Image orientation markers indicate the corresponding direction of the image with the information encoded in the DICOM file, such as Left (L), Posterior (P), Head (H), and so on. The viewer also has a toolbar with the essential imaging tools: Window/Level, Zoom, Pan, Invert, Flip Horizontally, Flip Vertically, Rotate Left, Rotate Right; Region-based Window/Level to manipulate the image; Length, Probe, Elliptical Region of Interest (ROI), Rectangular Region of Interest (ROI) and Angle to annotate and take measurements; Reset to revert image manipulations; and Clear to delete all annotations and measurements on the image. Lastly, the DICOM viewer is enabled for image viewing and manipulation on mobile devices.

Blog Post
Source Code

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