Category Archives: Medical Imaging

New White Paper: HTML5 Zero-footprint Viewer for DICOM and PACS

Have you ever tried to replicate a feature from a desktop application in a browser and found it just wasn’t up to par? Perhaps JavaScript or ASP.NET just wasn’t cutting it and giving you the quick and snappy user interface … Continue reading

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DICOM Storage Server Video

Setting up an enterprise-level PACS and DICOM Storage Server is not usually a simple process unless, of course, you are using the LEADTOOLS DICOM Storage Server Framework! Don’t believe us? Check out our latest YouTube video that highlights most of … Continue reading

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New Medical Imaging Features in LEADTOOLS Version 19

LEADTOOLS Version 19 is here! In case you missed it yesterday, we talked about all the new Document Imaging features in Version 19. To learn more about all the new features in Version 19, check out the full list. Today, … Continue reading

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LEAD Technologies and National Health IT Week 2014

Once again, LEAD Technologies is proud to be a part of the 9th annual National Health IT Week (September 15 – 19, 2014). Last year, over 375 organizations participated and 2014 is projected to have over 400 partners. LEAD Technologies … Continue reading

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New White Paper: DICOM Media Creation Management Solutions with LEADTOOLS

If you’ve ever had an MRI, CT or large number of X-rays during a medical visit, chances are you hoped to get a copy of your images to show your family, friends or another doctor. Not too many years ago … Continue reading

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How to Load a DICOM File From a Byte Array

More often than not, DICOM files are loaded from a location on disk due to the size and complexity of the files. However, no environment and scenario is the same and we periodically get requests regarding how to load DICOM … Continue reading

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