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Old 01-13-2014, 05:11 AM
gkittlaus gkittlaus is offline
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Default DICOM Secondary Capture - Nested DICOM Object for Outbound

Hello everyone,

after endless hours I managed to have a breakthrough with DICOM and Mirth.
Right now I can create DICOM Files from any source or Format.
I can read in PDF files and encapsulate them into the DICOM file - no Problem, because in this Format, every DICOM tag is in the same hierarchy.

With Secondary Capture it is different.
The Bytes of the JPG are stored in an subobject (fffe,e000) of the PixelData (7fe0,0010).

This is how it should look like if I dump the result:
Code:
(7fe0,0010) OB (PixelSequence #=2)                      # u/l, 1 PixelData
  (fffe,e000) pi (no value available)                     #   0, 1 Item
  (fffe,e000) pi ff\d8\ff\e0\00\10\4a\46\49\46\00\01\02\00\00\01\00\01\00\00\ff\ db... # 57792, 1 Item
(fffe,e0dd) na (SequenceDelimitationItem)               #   0, 0 SequenceDelimitationItem
You see that tag fffe,e000 is repeated in a Sequence of 7fe0,0010.
But how do I do this in Mirth?
Is there a way to insert those nested elements just by a well structured XML template?

Thank you in advance!
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Old 11-11-2018, 04:26 PM
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Default PDF to Dicom..

Hey, any chance I can pick your brain for a copy of the channel you used to do this task?
I'm about to embark on a path to turn an HL7 file into a PDF - then encapsulate it as Dicom and send to the PACS....
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Old 11-20-2018, 03:16 AM
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I guess you just convert your PDF page by page into JPEG and add an attachment for each page. You then trust Mirth to re-attach them for you.

That's the way DICOM is handled in Mirth. The DICOM header is treated as a message - the pixel part as attachment(s).
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