RadiAnt DICOM Viewer
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What is RadiAnt DICOM Viewer?
Designed and developed by Maciej Frankiewicz and released by the software company DICOM, the RadiAnt DICOM viewer is a platform that is mainly used for viewing medical images. It lets users or patients in particular to view medical images and files without the need to install other components. It comes with an autorun package that can be immediately installed to Windows-bases systems, particularly with Windows Vista, XP, 7, and 8.
RadiAnt DICOM Viewer comes with necessary tools that can be utilized for measurement of different images and for manipulation. These tools include the functionality of zooming, panning, image rotating, and brightness adjusting. The software also lets users see the segment lengths. Users may also insert notes or include scribbling with its pen tool.
RadiAnt DICOM also lets users check the normal as well as the Cobb angle value of a particular image. It likewise supports different DICOM-based file types such as MR for Magnetic Resonance, CT for Computed Tomography, DX for Digital Radiography, NM for Nuclear Medicine and US for Ultrasonography.
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File types supported by RadiAnt DICOM Viewer
Our users primarily use RadiAnt DICOM Viewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by RadiAnt DICOM Viewer
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Last updated: : August 31, 2013