DICOMScope ignores flip/rotation in DisplayArea Sq

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DICOMScope ignores flip/rotation in DisplayArea Sq

#1 Post by okigan » Fri, 2008-01-25, 02:02

Looks like DICOMScope ignores flip/rotation in DisplayArea Sq from tags (0070,0052) and (0070,0053).
but uses only on the (0070,0041) (0070,0042) tags.

Is this a bug in DICOMScope or did I miss something?

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#2 Post by Jörg Riesmeier » Mon, 2008-01-28, 12:44

I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. Rotation is defined by ImageRotation (0070,0042) and flipping by ImageHorizontalFlip (0070,0041).

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#3 Post by okigan » Mon, 2008-01-28, 23:06

It was misunderstanding on my part thinking (0070,0041) (0070,0042) can
convey which rotation is applied to the image ? advantage of which would be
that one GSPS DICOM Instance could specify different rotation/flip for
different images.


Can DICOMScope generate GSPS which specifies different rotation/flip for
different images?
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#4 Post by Jörg Riesmeier » Tue, 2008-01-29, 11:02

Can DICOMScope generate GSPS which specifies different rotation/flip for different images?
DICOMscope is quite limited when it comes to multiple images in a presentation state. This is especially true for the creation of presentation state objects. So I guess, the answer is no.

The restriction to one image at a time -- apart from a few exceptions -- was a design decision and is based on the requirements which had to be fulfilled for the reference implementation (sponsored by the NEMA Committee for the Advancement of DICOM back in 1998/99).

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