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- Published: 22 May 2015
- Tumor Region
- License Agreement
- DICOM Image
- Framework Architecture
- Multiple Label
Tool (Native Windows Application), imaging, DICOM. Upon request the tool may be provided for trial use or under a license agreement.
Dr Eye viewer is an open access, flexible and easy to use platform for the intuitive annotation and segmentation of tumor region images (Figure 1). Its clinically driven development followed an open modular architecture focusing on plug-in components . Dr Eye’s main advantage is that the user can quickly and accurately delineate complex areas in medical images. Additionally, multiple labels can be set to allow the user to annotate and manage many different areas of interest in each selected slide. The close collaboration with clinicians in designing the platform has ensured that it can be effectively used in the clinical setting.
The platform has been tested with hundreds of MRI datasets to assess and improve usability, extensibility and robustness. Technically it is based on the .NET framework architecture and can be used in any Windows based computer.
Version 5.7 released on 1.5.2014, beta version.
Oncologists, radiologists and clinicians with interest in handling DICOM images.
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