These video tutorials dive into the HTML5 Zero Footprint DICOM Viewer and topics such as set-up, general usage, and detailed videos on specific features

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DICOM Hanging Protocol is a new feature in LEADTOOLS Version 19 that helps doctors and radiologists save time when viewing studies.

Before digital imaging, Doctors hung film sheets on an illuminator, or light box. Typically, the sheets were printed and hung in specific locations and orders, thus the name “Hanging Protocol." This can be difficult to reproduce digitally, but the DICOM standards define ways of matching and displaying a patient’s images that doctors can configure, reuse, and share.

In this video, we will demonstrate the Series Synchronization feature found in the LEADTOOLS HTML5, Zero-footprint Medical Viewer. When multiple series on the same plane are loaded into the viewer, Series Synchronization will keep the image slices in each viewer cell in line with each other based on their 3-dimensional location information.

In this video, we will demonstrate the 3D cursor feature found in the LEADTOOLS HTML5, Zero-footprint Medical Viewer. The 3d cursor, also called a 3d localizer, can be used on a study with multiple series captured on different planes and scroll each series so that each image intersects on the voxel represented by the mouse click.

This video highlights the improved features within the LEADTOOLS HTML5 Zero-footprint DICOM Viewer in Version 18, including PACS Connectivity, Advanced Client Side Tools, DICOM Annotations, Study and Series Image Layout, Patient Orientation and Reference Lines.

This video describes the main features within the Zero-footprint HTML5 Medical Web Viewer demo and walks through the steps for setting it up on your machine to use and start customizing the code.

This tutorial shows how to use the major features in the Zero-footprint LEADTOOLS HTML5 Medical Web Viewer demo and shows how to use them on a desktop, tablet and mobile device. Features included in the demonstration include PACS Query / Retrieve, Client Side Window Level, Series Stack, Annotations and more.