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By: Tomovision  09-12-2011

TomoVision can read your archives and convert their content to DICOM for you. Depending on the number of images we will extract, the results can be sent back to you either on DVD or on SATA Hard disks (HD).

If the data is on a DVD, we will also place a DICOMDIR file in the root directory of the DVD. This file contain a complete index of all the patients, studies, series and images on the disk. It is readable by most DICOM applications.

If the data is on a HD, the images will be stored in a sub-directory for each study. We will also place the program "DICOM_Push" on the root of the disk. This small application will enable you to push any desired patient, study, series or images to your PACS from the disk to your DICOM network

* Please note that all Prices are subject to change without notice.there is a minimum charge of $500 ($us) and that shipping is not included.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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