Few Websites dealing with the DICOM Resources
RSNA DICOM is an excellent storehouse of resources on DICOM, available at
. From this point one can navigate into interesting sections such as Practice
resources, DICOM software, Nontechnical introduction to DICOM, DICOM resources
on the Internet that contains DICOM Conformance Statements too. In addition quick
links and a search facility is also available. In particular, the DICOM resources
on the Internet at http://www.rsna.org/practice/dicom/dicom.html
is a collection of useful sites related to DICOM.
2. Medical Image
Format FAQ (frequently asked questions) is a site available at http://www.dclunie.com/medical-image-faq/html/
targetting particularly those interested in
understanding about images,
formats, proprietary formats, compression etc. The FAQ's are divided
eight parts. The eighth part deals exclusively on DICOM and is available as DICOM
Information Sources at http://idt.net/~dclunie/medical-image-faq/html/part8.html
3. Merge DICOM Resources is a collection of material and links
on DICOM from Merge Technologies Incorporated a company "in the business of integrating
radiology images and patient/clinical information into healthcare enterprise networks".
This material is available at http://www.merge.com/dicom/resources/.
The Current Status of the DICOM Standard is accessible at http://www.merge.com/resources/dicom_resources_currentstatus.htm.
Besides there are material on DICOM standards committee procedures and a list
of DICOM standards committee and working groups
Binder's Bookmarks on Telemedicine and Telematics in Medicine
has a set of links and information about DICOM. Binder's Bookmarks is a webpage
"intended as a non-commercial exchange of information in telemedicine, telematics
in medicine and medical informatics.
5. DICOM Toolkit (OFFIS) at
is an useful set of applications implementing large parts of the DICOM standard.
It includes software for examining, constructing and converting DICOM image files,
handling offline media, sending and receiving images over a network connection,
as well as demonstration image storage and worklist servers. Principally, the
DCMTK software is written in a mixture of ANSI C and C++. The DCMTK software can
be compiled under Windows NT or a wide range of Unix operating systems.
6. Expasy DICOM links is available at http://www.expasy.ch/UIN/html1/radiology/pacshunt/PacsLinks.html.
The links are catalogued into broad sets namely, General information on DICOM,
Commercial global PACS solutions, DICOM toolkits, DICOM & PACS consulting / Training,
Non-DICOM modality integration, DICOM testing tools
7. A exhaustive
set of DICOM Resources is available at http://www.jfcr.or.jp/DICOM/dicom_resources_19970219.html
. The links and resource material covers area such as DICOM Source Code Implementations,
Stand alone DICOM Tool Kits from Commercial sources, Stand alone DICOM Services
and Test Tools, DICOM Training,
8. DICOM Web Pages at http://gamma.wustl.edu/tf/caic/dicom_web_pages.htm
has a well organised compiled list created by Gary Sayed, board member of the
SNM Computer and instrumentation council on DICOM standard status, DICOM conformance
and DICOM educational resources
9. University of Pisa DICOM Links
The links and resource material covers area such as Works, Resources, Documents,
10. Go Pips DICOM Links at
Software, Freeware/Shareware, Commercial imaging, Image formats sites providing
technical information on image formats
DICOM Expert at
http://www.otechimg.com/expert/browse.asp is an interactive site on DICOM.
DicomAnalyser DICOM Links is a concise set of useful DICOM links from ANALYSER,
a DICOM vendor based in UK. This site is accessible at
to Reviewed Links