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What is DicomWorks?
The DicomWorks program is a free DICOM viewer and converter that enables users, particularly medical practitioners, to work with DICOM files by organizing, managing and analyzing them. DICOM files, also known as Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, are files that are mostly used to store, manage, print and transmit information in medical imaging. Using this application, DICOM files can be easily exchanged between two entities that are capable of receiving patient data in DICOM format.
DicomWorks allow users to view and edit DICOM files such as medical laboratory results and other patient’s data. The DICOM viewer features a 4 panel display, annotations, arrows, and multimodality synchronization among others. In addition, it can also upload DICOM files as well as share them with other medical practitioners by adding a new FTP server. Moreover, the program offers a unique function called AVI export of a series, which facilitates the transfer of "windowable" and annotated images by e-mail for teleradiology purpose. It also has an export wizard to the most common picture or movie file formats as well as to Microsoft Powerpoint. Furthermore, the program has DICOM CD_ROM reader and writer.
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File types supported by DicomWorks
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Last updated: : September 28, 2014