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#1 Posted : Thursday, October 8, 2009 8:54:33 AM(UTC)

pierreE  
pierreE

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Hello I am using Leadtools Medical Imaging V16.5 using C# .NET.
What I am trying to achieve is to create a single study using multiple files and multiple series within each study.
I am able to create all the files for the study, however what ends up happening is that each DICOM file for the study becomes an individual serie in the study once I publish them to the PACS.
Any idea what is happening?
Regards,
Pierre.
 

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#2 Posted : Friday, October 9, 2009 5:39:37 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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If you want multiple series within a study, the datasets will all need to have the same Patient ID, Study Instance UID, but the Series Instance UIDs will need to be different.  For example, if you have 5 images but you want 2 series (one with the first two datasets and another with the other 3) and one study, they'll need to look like this (of course, these are NOT real values):

- DS1
  - Patient ID: PaID1
  - Study Instance UID: StUID1
  - Series Instance UID: SeUID1
  - SOP Instance UID: SopUID1
- DS2
  - Patient ID: PaID1
  - Study Instance UID: StUID1
  - Series Instance UID: SeUID1
  - SOP Instance UID: SopUID2
- DS3
  - Patient ID: PaID1
  - Study Instance UID: StUID1
  - Series Instance UID: SeUID2
  - SOP Instance UID: SopUID3
- DS4
  - Patient ID: PaID1
  - Study Instance UID: StUID1
  - Series Instance UID: SeUID2
  - SOP Instance UID: SopUID4
- DS5
  - Patient ID: PaID1
  - Study Instance UID: StUID1
  - Series Instance UID: SeUID2
  - SOP Instance UID: SopUID5

This should result in a DICOMDIR (which is what almost every PACS organizes datasets with) that looks like:
PATIENT
> STUDY
>>SERIES
>>>IMAGE
>>>IMAGE
>>SERIES
>>>IMAGE
>>>IMAGE

>>>IMAGE
 
#3 Posted : Tuesday, October 13, 2009 4:08:08 AM(UTC)

pierreE  
pierreE

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Greg,
Thank you. I will try this.
I had the SOP being the same.
Regards,
Pierre.
 
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