The top toolbar has the following options -
|The first column also known as the "Project Column" has the following -
The fourth column is the main portion of the annotator and shows the exams for annotation.
Top Row buttons
View series or images in 1-6 viewers using several configurations.
You can also sync from two to six series for synchronized scrolling.
Series with different orientations will show reference lines for the non-active series. We also display the crosshair in synced viewers corresponding to the mouse position of the active viewer. All these settings can be toggled on or off from the
Layers Control panel.
Multi Planar Reconstruction (MPR) mode
Enable 3D multi planar reconstruction for any volumetric series. More details can be found here.
Open the annotator in Fullscreen view.
Add Notes/Tags to active annotation
Add notes or radlex tags to the currently active annotation. This option will not be available if no annotation is active. Notes are also displayed in the dedicated notes panel.
Copy the active annotation onto previous/next image
Copy the active annotation to the previous/next image. You can then edit, redraw, or remove the annotation independently. This option will not be available if no annotation is active.
Toggle recent changes.
Clear active Layer
The brush tools includes brush width and shape as well as an eraser for corrections.
Will erase individual points on a freeform shape or polygon.
Display grid markers. You can choose a square or hexagonal grid. Adjust the size of the grid by using the grid size icon or by using keyboard shortcuts.
Add ruler to measure in mm.
Add angle to measure angles in degrees.
Add an elliptical ROI tool. It includes the ability to rotate and get automatic diameter and circumference measurements. These elliptical tool measurements can also be copied to the clipboard for reference.
Show pixel value for an individual point.
Zoom image in or out.
Rotate counterclockwise/ clockwise
Rotates all images in series 90 degrees counterclockwise or clockwise.
Flip horizontal/ vertical
Flips all images in series along the horizontal/ vertical axis.
Center and reset viewport
Resets image viewport changes, including zoom, position, rotation, inversion, or window/level.
Inverts image colors.
Change window and level settings. There are also keyboard shortcuts to set window and level for CT scans.
Automatically optimize window and level settings with respect to an area of interest on the image.
Different image filters including sharpen, blur, emboss, edges (sobel) and histogram equalization
Example CXR before and after histogram equalization (CLAHE) to highlight a subtle lung nodule in the right mid lung.
Closeup of subtle lung nodule in the right mid lung.
Shows images in series in cine mode. Select the cine speed and direction.
Image Render Settings
Images are replaced with low resolution versions during scrolling and return to high res when scrolling or cine is stopped if you set
Use Rendered Image on and set the
Scrolling Image Resolution to
Min. By default the scrolling image resolution will be set to
Max for best viewing experience.
Hide or show dicom information, cross reference lines, annotations, notes, measurements, and model outputs. Also options to show annotation/model outputs in a single row.