DICOM


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DICOM

(medical, standard)
(From Digital Imaging and COmmunications in Medicine) A standard developed by ACR-NEMA (American College of Radiology - National Electrical Manufacturer's Association) for communications between medical imaging devices. It conforms to the ISO reference model for network communications and incorporates object-oriented design concepts.
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On the backend, the Dicom Systems Workflow Unifier receives the content, transforms the images into DICOM objects and makes them available for viewing in any Enterprise viewer for physicians to review.
DICOM standard is more than a communication protocol.
DICOM defines the message format, the protocol for message interchange and the file structure for biomedical images and image-related information.
Medical imaging professionals and hospital administrators can now use the DynaMO 1300 Pocket with DICOM Viewer to conveniently view DICOM images at their desk or away from the medical facility.
FileLink Medical Archive Software (MAS) delivers DICOM compliance to support the exchange of digital information between medical imaging equipment.