View series or images from 1-6 viewers in several configurations.
Filter and Hide Labels
Choose the filter option in the Labels Controls and select the labels and label group you would like to filter by. Then click filter again. When you open the Exam window in the Navigation column, you'll see only the filtered cases.
Bulk delete is a feature for administrators to remove specific label annotations from the exam, series, or image scope.
You can also hide individual annotations on an image by using the hide icon on the annotation tag.
Hide works similarly. Choose the hide option (eye with slash) next to filterin the Label Controls and select the labels you would like to hide. Then, click the hide icon again.
The fourth column is the main portion of the annotator and shows the image.
|And finally the fifth column shows an update of recent events. It shows annotations and the team member who created, copied, or modified them.
Click on an event to jump right to that image and annotation.
Click on header to minimize column width.
Top Row Buttons
View series or images in 1-6 panels.
Open Fullscreen view.
Add Notes/Tags to Active Annotation
Add notes or radlex tags.
Copy the active annotation onto next image
Use the copy button above the main image to copy the active annotation onto the next image. There, you can edit it, redraw it, or remove it entirely.
Toggle recent changes.
Clear Active Layer
Display grid markers by clicking on the grid icon. Choose a square or hexagonal grid.
Adjust the size of the grid by using the grid size icon
or by using the keyboard shortcuts
Move ends of ruler to measure in mm.
Shows pixel value of an individual point.
Zoom image in and out.
Rotates all images in series 90 degrees counterclockwise.
Rotates all images in series 90 degrees clockwise.
Center and Reset
Set image size, center, and window/level to initial values.
Inverts image colors.
Change window and level settings.
Automatically optimize window and level settings with respect to an area of interest on the image.
Different image filters for edge enhancement, blurring, sharpening etc.
Shows images in series in cine mode.
Hides all annotations.
Hides Dicom info.
Low resolution mode
Images are replaced with low resolution versions during scrolling and return to high res when scrolling or cine stop.