Dear Dr. Christina
PM Pediatrics

Opening Your X-Ray Images

Genesis Software

If Auto Play is enabled, dialog opens automatically:

  1. Run Omnivue.exe
  2. Click to start Simple Viewer
  3. Double click on patient’s name
  4. Use the arrows at the top right to go between multiple images

If Auto Play is disabled:

  1. Go to My Computer and select CD/DVD drive, the disc is titled Genesis
  2. Scroll down and run (double click) the application “OmniSV”
  3. Double click on patient’s name
  4. Use the arrows at the top right to go between multiple images

Image Suite Software

If Auto Play is enabled, dialog opens automatically:

  1. Run StartPatientCD

If Auto Play is disabled:

  1. Go to My Computer
  2. Double Click DVD RW Drive

Bensonhurst Patients Only

If Auto Play is enabled, dialog opens automatically:

  1. Click open to view files
  2. Click on PD Viewer
  3. Click on PD View

If Auto Play is disabled:

  1. Go to My Computer and select CD/DVD drive
  2. Scroll down and run (double click) the application “PDI”
  3. Click on PD Viewer
  4. Click on PD View

If you are unable to open the viewer manually:

Import into your own Viewer following your software’s instructions.

The images are saved in DICOM format on the CD.

MAC users:

You can install a free MAC DICOM image viewer: http://www.escape.gr/dicom/emvmac.html  or  http://www.osirix-viewer.com/

What is a DICOM file?

DICOM is a standard image file saved in the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine format for medical images.

 

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