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This page provides a number of external internet links where more DICOM related information can be found. The list of sites presented below is not intended to be exhaustive and many other WWW sites maintaining information about DICOM can be accessed by following these links.



 


Information about obtaining copies of the DICOM standard is available from NEMA.



http://medical.nema.org/

 


See the Medical Image Format FAQ for a lot very useful information about medical imaging and DICOM.



http://www.dclunie.com/medical-image-faq/html/

 


Up-to-date information on the status of DICOM Supplements and Correction Proposals is maintained by David Clunie. Some documents are available online in PDF format (Portable Document Format) and can be read and printed with the Adobe Acrobat Reader which is freely available from Adobe.



http://www.dclunie.com/dicom-status/status.html

 


The Directory of DICOM Resources is another source of information about DICOM maintained by the Comittee for the Advancement of DICOM.



http://www.merge.com/helpcenter/industryresources_dicom_resources.asp

 


The DICOM Cookbook for Implementation in Modalities is a detailed technical introduction to DICOM available in electronic form from Philips Medical Systems. If you want to learn about the basics of DICOM then this document is highly recommended. The document is in PDF format (Portable Document Format) and can be read and printed with the Adobe Acrobat Reader which is freely available from Adobe.



ftp://ftp-wjq.philips.com/medical/interoperability/out/DICOM_Information/CookBook.pdf

 


Announcements about upcoming DICOM demonstrations, an archive of free DICOM software and links to other sites is maintained by OFFIS.



http://dicom.offis.de/

 


CEN/TC251/WG4 is the European Standardisation Working Group dealing with Medical Imaging and DICOM.



http://www.centc251.org/

 
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