[slicer-users] DICOM question

Andras Lasso lasso at cs.queensu.ca
Wed Oct 6 10:05:35 EDT 2010


Hi Samuele,

 

In Slicer: load the DICOM volume, then open the Volumes module and check the
Info section. Image Spacing fields define the resolution of the image.

 

In general, you can find image resolution information in the following DICOM
fields :

  Pixel Spacing (0028,0030)

  Slice Thickness (0018, 0050) / Slice Location (0020,1041) / Image Position
(0020,0032)

See detailed specification in Part 3 of the DICOM standard
(ftp://medical.nema.org/medical/dicom/2009/09_03pu3.pdf).

 

Andras

 

 

From: slicer-users-bounces at bwh.harvard.edu
[mailto:slicer-users-bounces at bwh.harvard.edu] On Behalf Of Samuele Zampini
Sent: October-06-10 9:42 AM
To: slicer-users at bwh.harvard.edu
Subject: [slicer-users] DICOM question

 

Dear All,


 

I have a "DICOM"-question. I am not sure this is the proper mailing list
where

to post this question, but let me try:

how can I discover the x, y and z resolution of a DICOM?
I mean: if I am interested in discoering the distance beetween two images,

what should I do? Is it possible with 3D Slicer?

 

Thanks,


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Samuele

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