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  • 3.0
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  • Category: Tools
  • Published by: wkai ?
  • Size: 836 KB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Support
  • Notes:
    New Features: 1. Support encoded formats. 2. Support loading multiple files 3. Thumbnails grid in top app bar 4. Support Touch input . 5. Support flip view to browse loaded images. Fixes: 1. Fix the crashing issue when decoding SQ elements with unknow length (-1)

DICOM Image Viewer

DICOM Image Viewer is an application viewing DICOM format medical images (*.dcm). This applications does not include any DICOM images. You may download from internet or retrieve your own softcopies of medical images. About DICOM http://medical.nema.org/Dicom/about-DICOM.html DICOM — Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine — is the international standard for medical images and related information (ISO 12052). It defines the formats for medical images that can be exchanged with the data and quality necessary for clinical use. DICOM is implemented in almost every radiology, cardiology imaging, and radiotherapy device (X-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, etc.), and increasingly in devices in other medical domains such as ophthalmology and dentistry. With tens of thousands of imaging devices in use, DICOM is one of the most widely deployed healthcare messaging standards in the world. There are literally billions of DICOM images currently in use for clinical care. Since its first publication in 1993, DICOM has revolutionized the practice of radiology, allowing the replacement of X-ray film with a fully digital workflow. Much as the Internet has become the platform for new consumer information applications, DICOM has enabled advanced medical imaging applications that have “changed the face of clinical medicine”. From the emergency department, to cardiac stress testing, to breast cancer detection, DICOM is the standard that makes medical imaging work — for doctors and for patients.


  • Display DICOM images
  • Export DICOM image as bitmap format.
  • Adjust window level (brightness) and window width (contrast) by clicking and moving poniters.

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13 March 2015

Needed to send x-rays to a doc in another town. This let me view the images on the CD I was provided, save the image as an img file which is visible on any computer. You may have to add the .dcm extension to the file you are trying to view. The image on the cd was simply 2. I was able to right click on the file, rename it 2.img; and DICOM Imager viewer let me see and reformat the file.


25 November 2014

Didn't work with files that have no extension. Also starts with a blank screen with no instructions. It would be helpful if it immediately asked while DICOM file to view, or gave SOME sort of interface hint. I'll try working on the file extensions... maybe that will help. Still, terrible interface if you've never run the app before. Happy to update app if it's made friendlier and more compatible.


1 February 2013

Tried JPEG-lossless dicom files and it works.


4 January 2013

Crashing, sometimes do nothing. I tried with various dicom files. For me this application is unusable.


29 November 2012

Crashes on every single DICOM I tried.