Handling medical imaging graphical representations is not only a job for the professionals, but it also requires some advanced and specialized hardware and software. Since home users should have little interaction with such images, a tool like RadiAnt Viewer might go by them unnoticed.
Nonetheless, such applications are clearly designed for experts in that field and for medical students, for example, the relevance of this utility will be quite important. It is also worth taking into consideration the ease of use, which becomes evident with each run, as well as the nicely designed interface that facilitates the access to all the features of the program.
Working with RadiAnt Viewer could hardly be simpler given it innate ability to recognize DICOM files from a folder you select and have them displayed in a sequence so you can take a closer look. Loading the images is best done by deciding which is the containing directory and this practice should be common if we are to consider a better practice allocating for each patient a special folder, where all the scans and other personalized records should be kept for fast retrieval, following the example of individual medical history.
The generous space allocated for the imagery is accompanied by a set of features that increase the overall value of the application. For instance, you can choose a split view where up to 20 slides can be viewed simultaneously.
Adjusting the images, browsing through a series of scans or having patient data displayed are just a few options that you can activate with a single click. There are many tools for measuring certain elements inside the slides and you can pick the one for length, ellipse, pencil, angle or Cobb angle.
Exporting the selected images as graphic files (JPEG, BMP) or WMV movies is also possible and this completes the set of functions that makes RadiAnt Viewer such a sought-after software solution.