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Re: [Gnumed-devel] [fedora-medical] Open Source PACS for echo , CT, MRI

From: Mario Ceresa
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] [fedora-medical] Open Source PACS for echo , CT, MRI , gastroscopy and more
Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 18:40:15 +0200

Hello Sebastian,
thanks for your email! Indeed dcm4chee is scheduled for inclusion in
Fedora, as well as Ginko-CADx and many other software related to
medical imaging. You can find a tentative list here:

Feel free to add as many entries as you like.

Other packages capable of acting as a STORE-SCU/SCP are dcmtk which
has almost finished reviewing and gdcm which is already packaged.



On 17 April 2011 14:14, Sebastian Hilbert <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Working with the guys from Ginkgo-CADx (Dicom viewer/PACS workstation) and
> working on GNUmed becoming a nice solution for a cardiologists office (to
> scratch my itch) I was searching for an OpenSource PACS to store Dicom data
> such as echocardiographic data and/or gastroscopy data.
> There seems to be a few solutions and I was recommended to try
> dcm4che [1]. This is both recommended by the authors of Ginkgo-CADx as well as
> the guys behind Osirix.
> Despite the fact that there is (I believe) a large userbase in the neurology
> and neurosurgery fields I was not able to find this PACS packaged for either
> Debian, Fedora or openSUSE.
> I consider this a missing link. Debian-med, Fedora medical and openSUSE
> medical should join forces to bring this to GNU/Linux since this will make it
> much easier to present GNU/Linux as the *the* platform for medical imaging.
> 1
> Best regards,
> Sebastian Hilbert
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