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We are moving forward on our effort to provide a document that can explain developers/vendors how to exchange a set of images in a specific layout using DICOM (i.e. Structured Displays). So say provider provider A wants an opinion from provider B: A will send clinical data (with a set of images) and will expect B to be able to see the images in the exact same layout that A sees them, as this will simplify the collaboration. Thanks to DICOM Structured Displays, this will be possible even:

  • by sending all images with relevant information, such that the receiving system will know what they are and where to store them.
  • without creating a static composite PDF or JPEG file, with all the images inside.

So the ABO (American Board of Orthodontists) already defined a standard layout for their board exams. But that was just one layout. We are defining 3 layouts (which will serve as examples for the documentation), and are asking the ABO if we can call them ABO-01, ABO-02 and ABO-03.

 The ABO (American Board of Orthodontists) already defined a standard layout for their board exams. But that was just one layout. We are defining 3 layouts (which will serve as examples for the documentation), and are asking the ABO if we can call them ABO-01, ABO-02 and ABO-03.