Bone CT-Scan DataBONE AND JOINT CT-SCAN DATACOPYRIGHTThis page contains several datasets of human bony structures.These images have been made public because of the difficulties young researchers may sometimeshave to get access to data of a good quality to perform their research.Scientific purpose: There is absolutly no copyright on the images when they are usedfor scientific purpose. The authors only ask you to mention the source of the images when the resultsare published (paper, poster, oral communication). See beside for details.Commercial purpose: These data were collected using partof the research funding of the authors. So prior to any commercial use, and as gentlemen,you are kindly asked to contact the authors (see below) to find an agreement.Please, quote the following in the acknowledgement of any publication, poster or oral communicationthat used the data available on this page. The image datasets used in this experiment were from the Laboratory of Human Anatomy andEmbryology, University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium'.For any further information, please contact:Serge VAN SINT JAN, PhD.
Laboratory of Human Anatomy and Embryology (CP 619). Faculty of Medicine.University of Brussels (ULB).
Dicom File Extension
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Note:DICOM (an acronym for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is the most common standard for receiving medical scans. Photoshop allows you to open and work with DICOM (.dc3,.dcm,.dic, or no extension) files. DICOM files can contain multiple “slices” or frames, which represent different layers of a scan.Photoshop reads all frames from a DICOM file and converts them to Photoshop layers. Photoshop can also place all DICOM frames in a grid on one layer, or open frames as a 3D volume which you can rotate in 3D space.
Photoshop can read 8‑, 10‑, 12‑, or 16‑bit DICOM files. (Photoshop converts 10‑ and 12‑bit files to 16‑bit files.)Once you’ve opened a DICOM file in Photoshop, you can use any Photoshop tool to adjust, mark up, or annotate the file. For example, use the Notes tool to add a comment to the file, the Pencil tool to mark a specific area of the scan or the Dust And Scratches filter to remove dust or scratches from a scan. Use the Ruler or selection tools to make measurements of image content. Youcan view and edit several categories of DICOM metadata in the Photoshop FileInfo dialog box.Patient dataIncludes patient name, ID, sex, and date of birth.Study dataIncludes study ID, referring physician, study date and time,and study description.Series dataIncludes series number, modality, series date and time, andseries description.Equipment dataIncludes the equipment institution and manufacturer.Image dataIncludes the transfer syntax, photometric interpretation,image width and height, bits per pixel, and frames. (These fieldsare not editable.).