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MVC 4, C#.Net 4 :- DICOM Viewer

Hi,

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Workflow_diagram.png

      I am working with web applications using MVC 4 with C#.Net 4.0 Razor and Visual Studio 2010.

     I need to read the DICOM files from MVC 4 web application and notes adding speciality also required.

     Is it possible in MVC 4 web applications? How please?
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Meir RivkinFull stack Software EngineerCommented:
check this open source from github:
fo-dicom
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chrisdtrinityphysiciansAuthor Commented:
I went through that and that will work in desktop based application. But I need to use that in my MVC 4 Web Applications. What are the modifications I need to do? Please can you explain that...?
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Meir RivkinFull stack Software EngineerCommented:
why do u think it won't work on web app?
the processing is on the server, your client will display the image once created.
check this console test file:
ConsoleTest/Program.cs

compile the core of the project as dll, add it to your controller project.
your web page will enable users to select dcm files from browser pass them to server which converts them to jpg.
then send it back to client for display.
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Meir RivkinFull stack Software EngineerCommented:
also did u think of using 3rd party image editor tool, which can converts dcm files?
such as infraView?
you can run it with command line, something like:
"i_view32.exe c:\temp\1234.dcm /resize=(200,100) /aspectratio /resample /convert=c:\temp\1234.png"

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check here:
10 Useful Command-Line IrfanView Tools For Working With Images

you can find dcm file to test with here:
http://www.dclunie.com/
scroll down to Images paragraph.

here's an example of uploading file via MVC4:
MVC FileUpload Demo Application
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chrisdtrinityphysiciansAuthor Commented:
I not tested this by practically due to some other emergency works. But I read the documents and I can understand easily. By the experts-exchanges comments, I am believing that this can be possible.
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