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DICOM STORAGE

Sankar, Andiappa
Hi Image J 's

      I am analyzing Dicom formatted images with IMAGE J.
      Is it a way I can store a "cropped" part of  a dicom image as a new dicom image?
     
Sankar.
Clinical Research Physicist,
Department of Oncology Physics,
Edinburgh Cancer Centre,
Western General Hospital,
Crewe Road, Edinburgh,
EH4 2XU


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Re: DICOM STORAGE

Wayne Rasband
> Hi Image J 's
>
>        I am analyzing Dicom formatted images with IMAGE J.
>        Is it a way I can store a "cropped" part of  a dicom image as a
> new dicom image?

Try the DICOM Export plugin at "http://www.iftm.de/dicom/dcmimex.htm".

-wayne
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Re: DICOM STORAGE

Sara Gil
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Hi.

If I unstertand you question, the answer is quite simple: you just have to
crop the part you want and "save as" and change the name.

Regards,

Sara

On Wednesday 03 August 2005 19:39, Sankar, Andiappa wrote:

> Hi Image J 's
>
>       I am analyzing Dicom formatted images with IMAGE J.
>       Is it a way I can store a "cropped" part of  a dicom image as a new
> dicom image?
>
> Sankar.
> Clinical Research Physicist,
> Department of Oncology Physics,
> Edinburgh Cancer Centre,
> Western General Hospital,
> Crewe Road, Edinburgh,
> EH4 2XU
>
>
> **********************************************************************
> The information contained in this message may be confidential or legally
> privileged and is intended for the addressee only, If you have received
> this message in error or there are any problems please notify the
> originator immediately. The unauthorised use, disclosure, copying or
> alteration of this message is strictly forbidden.
> **********************************************************************

       
       
               
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Re: DICOM STORAGE

Ganesh Narayanasamy
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For someof you who might not have noticed, "Save As"
doesnot have DICOM as an option. Which means that, if
make changes to a dicom file and wish to save it as a
new dicom file, the plugin given below should do the job.

Have you managed to get this DICOM Import/Export plugin
to work as we have not succeeded in it. Can you guide us.
Thanks,
Ganesh

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 --- On Wed 08/03, Wayne Rasband < [hidden email] > wrote:
From: Wayne Rasband [mailto: [hidden email]]
To: [hidden email]
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 13:54:29 -0400
Subject: Re: DICOM STORAGE

> Hi Image J 's<br>><br>>        I am analyzing Dicom formatted images with IMAGE J.<br>>        Is it a way I can store a "cropped" part of  a dicom image as a <br>> new dicom image?<br><br>Try the DICOM Export plugin at "http://www.iftm.de/dicom/dcmimex.htm".<br><br>-wayne<br>

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