|MIME type: application/dicom|
DICOM medical imaging format.
Commonly used in medical imaging equipment and picture archiving and communication systems.
DICOM is an acronym for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine.
Stores multiple raster images together with patient and device information.
Supports a variety of image encoding and data compression methods.
DICOM Version 3.0 was introduced in 1993.
|"Elements"||list of elements and options available in this file|
|"Rules"||full list of rules for each element and option|
|"Options"||list of rules for options, properties, and settings|
|"ColorMap"||color reduction palette created on Import|
|"Data"||array of color values|
|"Graphics"||Graphics object representing an image|
|"GrayLevels"||array of normalized gray-level values|
|"RawData"||raw bitmap data as stored in the file|
|"RGBColorArray"||array of RGBColor objects|
Import a DICOM file containing a gray-level image:
Show the Import elements available in this file:
Read the meta-information from this DICOM file, showing only the first rules:
Read all meta-information and format it as a Grid:
This imports gray-level raster data from a DICOM file and renders it using relief shading and applying a color gradient.
Export the previous result to DICOM:
|© 2013 Wolfram Research, Inc.|