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MyXray a friendly radiography viewer for the iPad

myxray_icon_blogA new app for those interested to have fun exploring radiographies. Now you can get what doctors get too. []
MyXray is an easy and intuitive app that will let you see your x-ray files as a real doctor. You will be able to get all the details and the extra information that is embedded in x-rays files.

When you take an x-ray the image is saved in a format called DICOM. When you take an x-ray ask your doctor or the radiologist to provide your DICOM file. You can then use MyXray to see that DICOM file. Remember it’s not a normal image. You can’t see it with a common image viewer. DICOM is what doctors and processionals use, and now you can use it too!

What’s the difference with a normal image? Well with a DICOM file you can:

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DICOM IR a DICOM viewer for the iPad

I’m really excited to announce that my new app DICOM IR is now available on the App Store. DICOM is a standard for handling, storing, printing, and transmitting information in medical imaging. The main target for this app are doctors interested to have a DICOM viewer at hand to see a patient radiography. This is not just an image viewer. DICOM IR can access images locally from emails, Dropbox or web links and also it can connect to a PACS server which acts as a DICOM repository.

DICOM is a standard that provides information like patient name, patient ID, age, modality and much more. DICOM IR can also be used by patients which have access to their DICOM files.

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