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#1 Posted : Friday, October 25, 2013 12:45:40 PM(UTC)


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Attached is a project in both version 17.5 and version 18
Version 17.5 uses Visual Studio 2008 with the .NET 2.0 framework
Version 18 uses Visual Studio 2010 with the .NET 4.0 framework.

The project allows you to load an image into the MedicalViewer by simply creating a MedicalViewerMultiCell class and adding it to the MedicalViewer's Cells collection, or by using the MedicalViewerLoader class with the DicomDirRetrieveClient class to load images from a DICOMDir file into the MedicalViewer.

Once the images are loaded, you can then draw a rectangle annotation on the images.  Once drawn, and selected, press the "Get Statistical Data" button to use the StatisticalInformationCommand class to obtain information about the area within the rectangle annotation.

This is done by using the MedicalViewerMultiCell.ConvertAnnotationToRegion function to convert the rectangle annotation to a region.  Once the region is created the image is passed to the command class where only the image data in the region is considered.  Following the command's execution the region is then removed from the image using the MedicalViewerMultiCell.RemoveRegion function.

You can scroll through each of the images drawing annotations on multiple areas of the image on multiple images.  To obtain the statistical information for any of them you simply select the annotation and press the "Get Statistical Data" button.
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Travis Montgomery
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