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Select the exam, series, or specific image to work with using the Navigation column

Fast Navigation

There are several tools for quickly going through images.

  • Cine mode speed can be set and you can view the images in forwards or backwards order
  • Lo Res mode is accessed by a button on the top toolbar and will load low resolution versions of the images for scrolling. The full resolution will then load when you stop scrolling
  • An image can be selected directly from the Image button in the Navigation column
  • Navigation Keyboard Shortcuts can be used to skip ahead several images at once or go directly to the first or last image


Filter by Annotated or Not Annotated

Choose cases that are annotated or not annotated by any reader or just by you.

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.

  • AND filter will show only the exams that contain all the labels you have selected
  • OR filter will show the exams that contain any of the labels you have selected
  • NOT filter will show only the exams that do not contain the labels you have selected

Hide works similarly. Choose the hide option in Label Controls and select the labels you would like to hide.


Customize DICOM display

Administrators can toggle DICOM fields on or off in the Image navigation field

Sort Images

Images can be sorted by Instance Number or Patient Position in either Ascending or Descending order

Sort Series

Series can be sorted by Series Number, # Images, Modality, Body Part or Plane Sorting by Plane is handy for CT or MR studies with many series.

Multiview for multiple Series

Select 1-6 panels to view separate series using the Multiview button on the toolbar.

Use the keyboard shortcuts to jump to the next view or navigate to a specific view.

Sync Series and Reference Lines

Sync from two to six series for synchronized scrolling. Series with different orientations will show reference lines for the non-active series.


Reference Lines