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  • annie_316

    Member
    June 26, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    David Clunie has a tool for blacking out the annotations that I’ve heard is helpful for this. I just found out about it yesterday from one of my trainers and plan to start using it.

    It looks to be a bit manual, but maybe its a good educational tool.

    “….I mostly use one I wrote myself; there is a blackout routine in myJava PixelMed DICOM toolkit, which has a crude main() method but caneasily be incorporated in more complicated applications or work flowautomated tools (which is what we do in our deployed productionsystems in our business).

    [link=http://www.dclunie.com/pixelmed/software/javadoc/com/pixelmed/display/DicomImageBlackout.html]detail link[/link]

    You can try it (one single or multi-frame file at a time) [link=http://www.dclunie.com/pixelmed/software/webstart/DicomImageBlackout.html]webstart link[/link]