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#1 Posted : Monday, November 10, 2008 7:05:22 PM(UTC)
Gunasekaran

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Hi

   I am using Lead tools licensed version 15.0 working in VBOpenSaveDemo project in VB.NET. In this project i opend one dicom image(OriginalImage.dic) and that image exported to another Dicom image (ExportedImage.dic) using OpenSaveDemo project. I have probelm in Exported Image from OpenSaveDemo project. The Patient name of OriginalImage.dic is "MR/BRAIN/GRASE" but the Patient name of ExportedImage.dic is "John^Doe". What is the Problem in Exported image option in OpenSaveDemo project, Why the name are different for same dicom images.Here i have attached OriginakImage.dic and ExportedImage.dic. Kindly do the need ful as early as possible...
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, November 11, 2008 2:57:57 AM(UTC)

Yasir Alani  
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Guna,

The VB.NET Open Save demo deals with Raster images only. That's why the tags inside a DICOM DataSet are saved as default values regardless of what the source DataSet contain.

If you want to keep the tags, you need to use the medical functions, such as DicomDataset.Load and DicomDataset.Save methods. For an example, see the VB.NET Transfer Syntax demo.
 
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