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MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs Class

Summary

The MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs class provides data for the MedicalViewerCell.RegionCreated event.

Syntax

C#
VB
C++
public class MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs : EventArgs 
  
Public Class MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs  
   Inherits System.EventArgs 
             
            public ref class MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs : public System.EventArgs  
             

Example

C#
VB
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.MedicalViewer; 
 
class MedicalViewerForm : Form 
{ 
   private MedicalViewer _medicalViewer; 
 
   void MedicalViewerForm_SizeChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) 
   { 
      _medicalViewer.Size = new Size(this.ClientRectangle.Right, this.ClientRectangle.Bottom); 
   } 
 
   public MedicalViewerForm() 
   { 
      RasterCodecs _codecs = new RasterCodecs(); 
      RasterImage _image; 
 
      this.SizeChanged += new EventHandler(MedicalViewerForm_SizeChanged); 
 
      // Create the medical viewer and adjust the size and the location. 
      _medicalViewer = new MedicalViewer(1, 2); 
      _medicalViewer.Location = new Point(0, 0); 
      _medicalViewer.Size = new Size(this.ClientRectangle.Right, this.ClientRectangle.Bottom); 
 
      // Load an image and then add it to the control. 
      _image = _codecs.Load(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "xa.dcm")); 
      MedicalViewerMultiCell cell = new MedicalViewerMultiCell(_image, true, 1, 1); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells.Add(cell); 
 
      // add some actions that will be used to change the properties of the images inside the control. 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.WindowLevel); 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha); 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset); 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion); 
 
      // assign the added actions to a mouse button, meaning that when the user clicks and drags the mouse button, the associated action will be activated. 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Middle, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Right, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
 
      // adjust some properties of the cell and add some tags. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[0].SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.UserData, "EX. ID 230-36-5448"); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[0].SetTag(4, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Frame); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[0].SetTag(6, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Scale); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[0].SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.WindowLevelData); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[0].SetTag(1, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.FieldOfView); 
 
 
      // Load another image and then add it to the control. 
      _image = _codecs.Load(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "mr.dcm")); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells.Add(new MedicalViewerMultiCell(_image, true, 2, 2)); 
 
      // add some actions that will be used to change the properties of the images inside the control. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.WindowLevel); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion); 
 
      // assign the added actions to a mouse button, meaning that when the user clicks and drags the mouse button, the associated action will be activated. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Middle, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Right, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
 
      // adjust some properties of the cell and add some tags. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.UserData, "EX. ID 230-36-5448"); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetTag(4, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Frame); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetTag(6, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Scale); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.WindowLevelData); 
      _medicalViewer.Cells[1].SetTag(1, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.FieldOfView); 
 
 
      Controls.Add(_medicalViewer); 
      _medicalViewer.Dock = DockStyle.Fill; 
   } 
   public MedicalViewer Viewer 
   { 
      get { return _medicalViewer; } 
   } 
} 
 
MedicalViewerForm GetMedicalControl() 
{ 
   return new MedicalViewerForm(); 
} 
 
//This function will make the cell set the region handle for all the frame if the user create or updated a region on one of the frames. 
public void MedicalViewerRegionExample() 
{ 
   MedicalViewerForm myForm = GetMedicalControl(); 
   MedicalViewer medicalViewer = myForm.Viewer; 
 
   ((MedicalViewerMultiCell)medicalViewer.Cells[0]).RegionCreated += new EventHandler<MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs>(medicalViewer_RegionCreated); 
   ((MedicalViewerMultiCell)medicalViewer.Cells[1]).RegionCreated += new EventHandler<MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs>(medicalViewer_RegionCreated); 
 
   myForm.ShowDialog(); 
} 
 
void medicalViewer_RegionCreated(object sender, MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs e) 
{ 
   MedicalViewerMultiCell cell = (MedicalViewerMultiCell)sender; 
   int i; 
 
   cell.SaveRegion(LeadtoolsExamples.Common.ImagesPath.Path + "Out_Test.rgn"); 
 
   for (i = 0; i < cell.Image.PageCount; i++) 
   { 
      cell.LoadRegion(LeadtoolsExamples.Common.ImagesPath.Path + "Out_Test.rgn", i); 
   } 
} 
 
static class LEAD_VARS 
{ 
   public const string ImagesDir = @"C:\Users\Public\Documents\LEADTOOLS Images"; 
} 
Imports Leadtools 
Imports Leadtools.Codecs 
Imports Leadtools.MedicalViewer 
 
Private Class MedicalViewerForm : Inherits Form 
   Private _medicalViewer As MedicalViewer 
 
   Private Sub MedicalViewerForm_SizeChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) 
      _medicalViewer.Size = New Size(Me.ClientRectangle.Right, Me.ClientRectangle.Bottom) 
   End Sub 
 
   Public Sub New() 
      Dim _codecs As RasterCodecs = New RasterCodecs() 
      Dim _image As RasterImage 
 
      AddHandler SizeChanged, AddressOf MedicalViewerForm_SizeChanged 
 
      ' Create the medical viewer and adjust the size and the location. 
      _medicalViewer = New MedicalViewer(1, 2) 
      _medicalViewer.Location = New Point(0, 0) 
      _medicalViewer.Size = New Size(Me.ClientRectangle.Right, Me.ClientRectangle.Bottom) 
 
      ' Load an image and then add it to the control. 
      _image = _codecs.Load(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "xa.dcm")) 
      Dim cell As MedicalViewerMultiCell = New MedicalViewerMultiCell(_image, True, 1, 1) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells.Add(cell) 
 
      ' add some actions that will be used to change the properties of the images inside the control. 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.WindowLevel) 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha) 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset) 
      cell.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion) 
 
      ' assign the added actions to a mouse button, meaning that when the user clicks and drags the mouse button, the associated action will be activated. 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Middle, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
      cell.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Right, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
 
      ' adjust some properties of the cell and add some tags. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(0).SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.UserData, "EX. ID 230-36-5448") 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(0).SetTag(4, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Frame) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(0).SetTag(6, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Scale) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(0).SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.WindowLevelData) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(0).SetTag(1, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.FieldOfView) 
 
 
      ' Load another image and then add it to the control. 
      _image = _codecs.Load(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "mr.dcm")) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells.Add(New MedicalViewerMultiCell(_image, True, 2, 2)) 
 
      ' add some actions that will be used to change the properties of the images inside the control. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.WindowLevel) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion) 
 
      ' assign the added actions to a mouse button, meaning that when the user clicks and drags the mouse button, the associated action will be activated. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.RectangleRegion, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Alpha, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Middle, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Offset, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Right, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active) 
 
      ' adjust some properties of the cell and add some tags. 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.UserData, "EX. ID 230-36-5448") 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetTag(4, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Frame) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetTag(6, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.TopLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.Scale) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetTag(2, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.WindowLevelData) 
      _medicalViewer.Cells(1).SetTag(1, MedicalViewerTagAlignment.BottomLeft, MedicalViewerTagType.FieldOfView) 
 
 
      Controls.Add(_medicalViewer) 
      _medicalViewer.Dock = DockStyle.Fill 
   End Sub 
   Public ReadOnly Property Viewer() As MedicalViewer 
      Get 
         Return _medicalViewer 
      End Get 
   End Property 
End Class 
 
Private Function GetMedicalControl() As MedicalViewerForm 
   Return New MedicalViewerForm() 
End Function 
 
'This function will make the cell set the region handle for all the frame if the user create or updated a region on one of the frames. 
Public Sub MedicalViewerRegionExample() 
   Dim myForm As MedicalViewerForm = GetMedicalControl() 
   Dim medicalViewer As MedicalViewer = myForm.Viewer 
 
   AddHandler(CType(medicalViewer.Cells(0), MedicalViewerMultiCell)).RegionCreated, AddressOf medicalViewer_RegionCreated 
   AddHandler(CType(medicalViewer.Cells(1), MedicalViewerMultiCell)).RegionCreated, AddressOf medicalViewer_RegionCreated 
 
   myForm.ShowDialog() 
End Sub 
 
Private Sub medicalViewer_RegionCreated(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As MedicalViewerRegionCreatedEventArgs) 
   Dim cell As MedicalViewerMultiCell = CType(sender, MedicalViewerMultiCell) 
   Dim i As Integer 
 
   cell.SaveRegion(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "Test.rgn")) 
 
   i = 0 
   Do While i < cell.Image.PageCount 
      cell.LoadRegion(Path.Combine(LEAD_VARS.ImagesDir, "Test.rgn"), i) 
      i += 1 
   Loop 
End Sub 
 
Public NotInheritable Class LEAD_VARS 
   Public Const ImagesDir As String = "C:\Users\Public\Documents\LEADTOOLS Images" 
End Class 

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Leadtools.MedicalViewer Assembly