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#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 5, 2006 8:31:22 PM(UTC)


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How to Read the Dicom IMage inforrmaiton for Patient informaion (Patient Id,Patient Name,DOB,Study date, Study Id ,Series Id) from Raw Dicom Images.

any one have Source code in .net or Vb6 pls send me(eahema@yahoo.com).



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#2 Posted : Monday, April 10, 2006 4:59:55 AM(UTC)


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To load a raw DICOM file, see the attached sample.

To get the information, call FindFirstElement to find the first element with the tag you want
(e.g. Patient Name, Patient ID, etc.). This will update the
CurrentElement property with the element that is found. Then call
GetStringValue (in the case of Patient Name) to update the StringValues
property with an array of the string values in the element. You
can then access this array to get the string value(s). In
general, for other element types, call Get***Value which will update
the ***Values property with the elements value(s). The
***ValueCount property contains the number of the values for this

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, April 18, 2006 2:36:24 AM(UTC)


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thaks For your Help .. it working Fine...

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