Category Archives: Medical Imaging

Tutorial: View DICOM Images from Anywhere with LEADTOOLS HTML5 Medical Viewer

DICOM is the leading standard to store and transmit medical information and images. LEADTOOLS offers a feature packed zero-footprint DICOM viewer to display DICOM images and studies from all disciplines and modalities. Our customizable web solution is perfect for any … Continue reading

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Data Capture, Recognition, Exchange & More in Today’s Remote Work World

Organizations all over the world are quickly adapting to their employees working remotely right now. Many programmers are hurrying to develop solutions to help keep teams working and exchanging information in effective new ways. Luckily, LEADTOOLS can help. LEAD is … Continue reading

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Product Review: Cross-Platform HTML5 Compliant Medical Imaging with LEADTOOLS

We love when developers give us feedback on our products. Feedback comes in many forms: tweets, emails, chats, feature requests, reviews, etc. Today, we’re happy to share with you a review of our HTML5 Zero-Footprint Medical Viewer which is included … Continue reading

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Compressing DICOM Files with LEADTOOLS

It’s easy to take compression for granted with the availability of cheap storage. Many of the common file formats used in many applications are intrinsically compressed as well, like JPEGs and PNGs. However, when you get into the Medical Imaging … Continue reading

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Faster Loading of Large Series in HTML5/JavaScript Medical Viewer

As we continue down the road from our recent LEADTOOLS Version 19 April Update, we are particularly excited about the enhancement we’re going into more detail about today. As you might see from the title, our engineers were able to … Continue reading

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