This article explains what DicomObjects (both COM and .NET versions) supports in terms of DICOM Structured reporting. Of course, DicomObjects as always provides full access to the data within any DICOM instance that has been loaded and it can handle the reading, writing and network transmission of Structured reports just the same as it can for images or any other sort of DICOM instance.

What DicomObjects cannot do itself however is to render the SR into an easy to read format. Of course, we could do this internally but the problem is that everyone has different ideas on how the content should be rendered (different heading sizes, layouts etc.) and the problem would become even more complicated with different languages.

Therefore, instead of providing internal, inflexible rendering, we have provided an example to show developers how to extract the DICOM information, allowing them to define their own layout for presentation.


These example projects render HTML output.

.NET Structured Report viewer

COM Structured Report viewer