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kradview

   1.1.0  

KDE Graphic Viewer

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  2699
Submitted:  Sep 16 2005
Updated:  Apr 16 2008

Description:

Nowadays, all the image capturing devices for medical purposes use the same image format: DICOM. DICOM stands for Digital Imaging and COmmunications in Medicine; and it is a very rich image format, independent from the capturing device and the visualization platform. Now DICOM is considered the worldwide standard for Industry and research. The format is open, and the most of its information can be freely download. Anyway, part of the standard can only be obtained paying a fee. This makes harder a free implementation, but does not affect to its openness.
From its richness and platform independence comes its main problem. DICOM is a hard format to implement, so far it can store rich information about the patient, the capture device, the physical parameters of the capturing process and several images in only one file. It also allows that each field can have its own codification format, length and endianness. A field can be in little endian or big endian, and it is up to the viewer to identify it from the control fields and to make the right conversions. The image is codified in JPEG lossless format.
There are several ways to open a DICOM image on a free operating system. The most of them are proprietary solutions; and the free ones are really hard to use for medical staff on a daily basics, and does not show the metadata of the image, what is really important for daily work. A doctor needs a way to see clearly, fast, accurattely a X-ray image.
Here is the gap that kradview fills: Kradview is a GPLed viewer of images obtained for some different sources: X-ray, NMR and DICOM-compatible imaging devices that runs on free operating systems. Its aim is a easy to use DICOM viewer with instant rendering of images, no matter the size and the zoom of the DICOM image. It covers the "let's see the the X-ray image" need of the medical professional.
Kradview as been developed in C and C++ using KDE libraries. The parsing, rendering, and processing routines has been developed in C, and the graphical interface has been developed in C++ and includes the former routines with "extern C" for fast use.
Now kradview counts with thousands of downloads, and it is being used succesfully to see radiological images and its metadata on several medical centers.

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Note: the images shown have lost quality due to the compresion and the image restriction limits.

Do not use the download link of below due to unknown reasons, it download a 738596 wrong file that can't be untarred. Use the home page of kradview to download, whose link is above.




Changelog:

Kradview Changelog v.1.1.0 12/04/2008
* Crashing on unsuported/non-DICOM files fixed (David del Rio Medina)
* gcc 4.3 issue fixed (Stefan Husmann)
* Code cleanups (David Santo Orcero)

Kradview Changelog v.1.0.0 12/04/2008
* Improve the dicom render engine (David del Rio Medina)
* Make "wrong version of automake" problem fail verbosely (Andrey Yurkovsky)

Kradview Changelog v.0.6.2 - 8/7/2007
Several Bugfixes (David Santo Orcero)
Licence changed to GPLv3 (David Santo Orcero)

Kradview Changelog v.0.6.1 - 21/3/2006
Minor code cleanups (David Santo Orcero)

Kradview Changelog v.0.6.0 - 18/3/2006

kradview now compiles for any gcc version (David Santo Orcero)
Fixed error on read width from a file: now kradview open lots of more images (David Santo Orcero)

Kradview Changelog v.0.5.3-6/9/2005

Fixed core dump when asking for information of a image and there was no image loaded. (David Santo Orcero)

Kradview Changelog v.0.5.3 - 7/6/2005

First free version of kradview. (David Santo Orcero)




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 Not a tar archiv

 
 by mcz on: Apr 13 2008
 
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I can't open the tar.gz file.


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 Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by irbis on: Apr 13 2008
 
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Please give me a more detail information of what tar says.

I have downloaded it, and it works on my machine.


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 Re: Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by mcz on: Apr 13 2008
 
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I downloaded it once more and I get it. But I get this error when I try to compile it:

"In file included from dicomimageview.cpp:21:
dicomimageview.h:27:20: error: qqueue.h: No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [dicomimageview.o] Error 1"

I'm on Debian 64bit with KDE-3.5


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 Re: Re: Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by irbis on: Apr 15 2008
 
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You need the headers and libraries to compile KDE applications.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by mcz on: Apr 15 2008
 
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I have them (and also qt3 devel).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by irbis on: Apr 15 2008
 
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qqueue.h is a standard part of qt3-devel.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Not a tar archiv

 
 by mcz on: Apr 16 2008
 
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Thank you.
I found the file in the Debian package:

libqt3-compat-headers

And now it compiles and works.
Very good.



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 whishlist

 
 by fow0ryl on: Apr 18 2008
 
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Hi,

I have tried kradview (1.1.0) the first time with a MRT from my wife with more
then 100 pictures, and I don't like to open every file by hand.

It would be nice to have 'next / previous' buttons to browse file by file through a complete directory.

Additionaly there is no hint to the filename of the currently openend file. So I have to remember the file name (a long number) when trying to open the next one.
Displaying the filename in the status-line would be fine.

In the main directory of the CD I found a file 'dicomdir'. When trying to open
the file, I get a message 'This file does not seem to be a DICOM file'.

Last of all I get some messages when viewing the dicom files ....
If you need some files to reproduce the warnings, please send me a mail.

fow0ryl@lion ~ $ kradview
Transfer Syntax: 1.2.840.10008.1.2.1
Photometric: MONOCHROME2
Image height (2): 512.
Image width (2): 352.
Bits allocated: 16
High bit: 11
Pixel Representation: 0
WARNING: New code (29,12) at 2580 sized 22 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1008) at 2610 sized 12 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1009) at 2630 sized 8 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1010) at 2650 sized 6584 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1018) at 9242 sized 2 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1019) at 9252 sized 8 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1020) at 9272 sized 41056 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1131) at 50336 sized 14 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1132) at 50358 sized 4 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1133) at 50370 sized 4 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1134) at 50382 sized 12 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (29,1260) at 50402 sized 4 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (40,244) at 50456 sized 8 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (40,245) at 50472 sized 14 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (40,253) at 50494 sized 16 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
WARNING: New code (40,254) at 50518 sized 12 not found. Please update DICOM codes database.
Image sized (360448).


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 Re: whishlist

 
 by irbis on: Apr 19 2008
 
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Thank you very much for your wishlist. It is very interesting, and it will be included on next version.

I will keep you informed.

Yours


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 Great potential

 
 by Baldrun on: May 31 2008
 
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I had a MRT done of my shoulder just recently and kradview helped me being able to take a look at the scans under Linux. Thanks for making this possible.

I can only support the wishes of the preceding posts, having to open each single file manually is not exactly convenient. A file browser capability like gwenview has, would be great. Why not write an addon for gwenview instead of inventing the wheel again? It would really help going through all the scans (almost 160 in my case) in a short time.

Besides that I would like to have the taglist base being displayed automatically with the picture in the same window and not in an extra window, so I don't have to search for the right taglist base window after having opened several pictures.

Please fix your download link. I had to download kradview from a mirror to get a working package.

Keep up the good work :)


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 Great!

 
 by mononoke on: Oct 18 2010
 
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Software like this is missing in linux.

what about porting this application to qt4 ?

thanks a lot!


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 Re: Great!

 
 by okichatan on: Nov 19 2011
 
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Yes - Ditto


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