1) DICOM converters to convert images from the standard DICOM format to something else such as JPEG..this will produce a bunch of single images that you can then organize
2) DICOM viewers, these pretty much always require either Java or Active-X to run and give the better viewing experience since it preserves the original state of the imaging data and allows for better windowing/leveling of the images when viewing.
Here is a link to a bunch of radiology image converters and viewers...I have looked at a bunch of these in the past, but not recently, so I don't know which are currently maintained or updated...
Yes it can be shared by using picture archiving and communication system (PACS). PACS stores digital images from X-rays, CT scans, MRI , ultrasounds, and other diagnostic modalities and transmits them so they're included in your electronic medical record and can be shared online among physicians at medical centers. The images can also be stored on a CD to share with other clinicians those who are involved in the case study.
They have alot of software and hardware which can low the volume of MRI diagnosis system. X-rays , CT were do the same thing. As i research , they have a system which can manage all information system and low volume of it called ATTUNELIVE... take a look on there website... for your understanding.
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