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14 January 1982 Laboratory Prototype System For The Archiving Of Computerized Tomographic (CT) Pictures On Optical Discs
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A laboratory prototype system for archiving X-ray CT pictures on digital optical discs is being built up, which employs a TOMOSCAN T-310 CT system for picture generation, a TOMOSCAN stand-alone viewing console (SAVC) for picture retrieval and evaluation, and a Philips digital optical recorder (DOR) for mass picture storage. The picture store is implemented as a separated subsystem equipped with its own minicomputer for administration and control ('picture base'). Communication is made by using a high-speed data link. A superior picture management is performed by employing the existing radiologic data base system RADOS implemented on a separate further computer system. Convenient search routines are thus offered for picture retrieval, and links are made to patient records.
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D. Meyer-Ebrecht, R. Grewer, H. Herger, and K. J. Monnich "Laboratory Prototype System For The Archiving Of Computerized Tomographic (CT) Pictures On Optical Discs", Proc. SPIE 0318, 1st Intl Conf and Workshop on Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, (14 January 1982); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.967666
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