The ORPALIS DICOM Viewer is a
free piece of software mainly used by medical staff (students in medicine,
physicians, dentists, etc.) and the rest of users who need to view their files
in DICOM format, a standard format for all medical imagistics. The program has
been written in WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) and can be run on both,
32- and 64-bit Windows Operating Systems.
Features and Capabilities:
Support DICOM files with a number of embedded images;
Provides an intuitive and straightforward interface;
Can load single DICOM file or multiple files which are located in the
Can view all attached tags (Physician, Image, Study, Patient);
In loop mode it’s possible to animate series of frames;
Using the scrolling feature explore multiple frames via a thumbnail
Image capturing for paste;
The ORPALIS DICOM Viewer is a very simple and efficient application that
is available for everyone who needs to quickly and easily visualize medical
imagery. The interface of the program is simple, intuitive and user-friendly.
You don’t need to be an experienced user to start using this application. All
the features are comprised inside a few buttons located in the upper part of
the main window.
You can work with a single file or a directory that contains
multiple images; besides, the program supports multiple embedded imagery. In
addition, users have got an option to capture the current frame and send it to
the clipboard, so that it’s possible to attach it to the email.
If you’re looking for a powerful and feature-rich program to view DICOM
formats, download the ORPALIS DICOM Viewer for 100% FREE right now!
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