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yeohray2 Posted - Jan 04 2021 : 23:48:09
I have a multi-frame DICOM image which when loaded into a TImageEnView uses a different window level and width from the values in the DICOM tags. This is because the image uses RescaleIntercept and RescaleSlope values.

However, these values are stored in the Per-Frame Functional Groups Sequence tag group, not the Shared Functional Groups Sequence tag group. It appears that ImageEn will look for RescaleIntercept and RescaleSlope values in the Shared group only.

I can read the values from the Per-Frame group myself. Is there a way I can set the RescaleIntercept and RescaleSlope values manually, then have ImageEn redraw the image using those values?

Thank you in advance.
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yeohray2 Posted - Jan 17 2021 : 03:39:32
Hi, thanks for the update. It isn't a big issue, I can always adjust the displayed values.
xequte Posted - Jan 12 2021 : 19:24:36
Hi

Unfortunately there is not a method to redraw the image based on custom RescaleIntercept and RescaleSlope values at this time.

But we'll look into this for a later update.

Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com