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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 2, 2012 12:44:18 AM(UTC)

kb7  
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Hi,

We want to display the images in the thumbnail browser in
such a way that all the images from same series fall under one thumbnail item
with the no. of images in that series displayed in item.text. When we double
click on any of the item in thumbnail browser it automatically loads all the images in that series to the viewer.


For Example if I have 5 Studies. All the images of these
studies are stored in “C:\Images” folder without creating any DICOMDIR. I want to load Study 1 which is having 3 Series in such a way that in


 1st series we have 1 image,


2nd series we have 1 image,


3rd series we have 2 images.


Now I want that these “3 Series not images” displayed in the thumbnail browser as shown below:



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Also when I double click any one of the item in the thumbnail it loads all the images in that series to the medicalviewer.


Note: I don’t have any DICOMDIR or also I don’t want to
create it as it makes my process slow. All the information we have to get from
database like the path of the images, StudyInstanceUID, SeriesInstanceUID, SOPInstanceUID  to load images to the
thumbnail and then to the viewer. I am also attaching the images displayed in the above picture.


Thanks.

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#2 Posted : Friday, February 3, 2012 12:03:55 PM(UTC)

Walter  
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Hello,

The ThumbnailBrowser is one way you could implement this. The ThumbnailBrowser control is an extension of the RasterImageList control whereby the ThumbnailBrowser implements logic to handle automatically loading images and creating RasterImageListItems for the RasterImageList. You can use the events for the ThumbnailBrowser to see what files are getting loaded, when a thumbnail is loaded, and others.

You could also just use the RasterImageList control directly, and handle all of the loading of files manually. The RasterImageListItem has a FileName property that you can use to point the item back to the original DCM series. Then when the user clicks on the item, you can then load the whole series.

Another option would be to use two MedicalViewer controls. You could have one control that only has 1 column but multiple rows. You can then populate a cell or subcell with just one image, and it could have the series information listed in the tags

There's also a class in the .NET PrintToPacs demo that you may want to look at as well. It sounds like the RasterImageList may be closest to what you want, but the ListImageBox also has an interesting take on this you might want to check out as well.
Walter Bates
Senior Support Engineer
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