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deepindotnet
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Pdf2Dcm issues

#1 Post by deepindotnet » Fri, 2012-01-13, 12:20

Hi,
i'm new in "dcmtk" ,i just want to convert "pdf" file to "dicom", and docom file need to send to the "pacs" ubuntu server using dcmtk.


i can able to convert pdf to dicom,but i'm not able to open local dicom viewer.and also i'm not able to send to pacs server...

so i tried pdf to image,then img2dcm now i can able to see in local dicom viewer but not able to send.

and how to pass patient details?
how to verify pdf file?because pdf file created by "itextsharp" utillity.


it's so urgent ,so please help me.....please..
thanks
manikandan

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#2 Post by J. Riesmeier » Fri, 2012-01-13, 14:47

i can able to convert pdf to dicom,but i'm not able to open local dicom viewer.and also i'm not able to send to pacs server...
That probably means that your DICOM viewer and the PACS server do not support the Encapsulated PDF Storage SOP Class.
so i tried pdf to image,then img2dcm now i can able to see in local dicom viewer but not able to send.
Which SOP Class did you use and what is the error when trying to send?
and how to pass patient details?
Read the documentation of the corresponding tool. You could also use dcmodify to add data elements after the object/file has been created.
how to verify pdf file?because pdf file created by "itextsharp" utillity.
Do you mean a visual check? Newer versions of Adobe's Acrobat Reader can display the PDF content of a DICOM Encapsulated PDF Storage file.

deepindotnet
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Thanks for this advice...

#3 Post by deepindotnet » Thu, 2012-01-19, 13:14

Hi sir,.

May i know what are dicom viewer will support pdf encapsulated images..
thanks
manikandan

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#4 Post by Michael Onken » Thu, 2012-01-19, 14:59

Dear manikandan,

there should be several, however, I cannot say which exactly. You may search google for conformance statements noting that feature (check also whether they can display them).

HTH,
Michael

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