26 May 1999 Standardized access, display, and retrieval of medical video
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The system presented here enhances documentation and data- secured, second-opinion facilities by integrating video sequences into DICOM 3.0. We present an implementation for a medical video server extended by a DICOM interface. Security mechanisms conforming with DICOM are integrated to enable secure internet access. Digital video documents of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures should be examined regarding the clip length and size necessary for second opinion and manageable with today's hardware. Image sources relevant for this paper include 3D laparoscope, 3D surgical microscope, 3D open surgery camera, synthetic video, and monoscopic endoscopes, etc. The global DICOM video concept and three special workplaces of distinct applications are described. Additionally, an approach is presented to analyze the motion of the endoscopic camera for future automatic video-cutting. Digital stereoscopic video sequences are especially in demand for surgery . Therefore DSVS are also integrated into the DICOM video concept. Results are presented describing the suitability of stereoscopic display techniques for the operating room.
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Gunter Bellaire, Gunter Bellaire, Daniel Steines, Daniel Steines, Georgi Graschew, Georgi Graschew, Andreas Thiel, Andreas Thiel, Johannes Bernarding, Johannes Bernarding, Thomas Tolxdorff, Thomas Tolxdorff, Peter M. Schlag, Peter M. Schlag, } "Standardized access, display, and retrieval of medical video", Proc. SPIE 3658, Medical Imaging 1999: Image Display, (26 May 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.349429; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.349429


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