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#1 Posted : Monday, December 25, 2006 6:47:24 PM(UTC)

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Can you sent to me some VB.NET examples about :

- How to show /hide information of image (Patient name, Patien ID.....) on Viewer.

- How to creat an anotation ? how to save it in Dicom flie.

Thank you.

 

pdchinh@inno4life.com 

 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, December 26, 2006 5:17:38 AM(UTC)

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>>- How to show /hide information of image (Patient name, Patien ID.....) on Viewer.
If you are referring to the Medical Image Viewer, then set the ShowTags property to False.

>>
- How to creat an anotation ? how to save it in Dicom flie.

You will need to create the annotations using the annotations toolkit,
then assign the container to the container of the data set
object.  For more details, I need to know which version of
LEADTOOLS you are using, and the which programming interface you are using (i.e. COM objects or .NET classes).

 
#3 Posted : Tuesday, January 9, 2007 10:05:20 PM(UTC)

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Thank you for your answer,

We ready to by Leadtools Medical Imagng Suite version 15 but we have some difficult about Image viewer (part Dicom Communication is ok). In your example source code don't have any example by VB.NET to develop Image Viewer so we can't decide buy your product because we don't know : "Is your product support VB.NET to develop Image Viewer ?"

Now, if you can, please give us some example by VB.NET to build Image viewer or short code : "How to show /hide information of image (Patient name, Patien ID.....) on Viewer., How to creat an anotation ? how to save it in Dicom flie."

                                                                                 Thank you.

                                                                                        Dr Chinh

 
#4 Posted : Thursday, January 11, 2007 5:05:09 AM(UTC)

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There is currently no .NET version of the Medical Image Viewer.
It is still under development, and we still do not have any information
on a possible release date. Therefore, you will need to use the
COM version of the viewer. However, since v15 does not include
COM objects, you will need to use the v14.5 COM objects in .NET.



Regarding DICOM annotations, the .NET classes of v15 support this feature. Please refer to the topic "Working with DICOM Annotations" in the v15 .NET help file.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, January 14, 2007 9:27:04 PM(UTC)

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 With  .NET on  V15

I need to show on an image some dicom data, such as patient data, exam name and the rouler for proprtioning meaures between the film measure and the real mesaure.  Is there any method or function built in in leadtools sute to accheve this?

Best regards.

 
#6 Posted : Thursday, February 1, 2007 5:12:41 AM(UTC)

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If you want to disply this information as annotations and save them in
the data set, then use the CreateGraphicObject and CreateTextObject
methods in the DicomDataSet class.  If this is not what you need then please provide more details.

 
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