It might be worth exploring packaging of this LGPL application. The GNUmed
team would be highly interested in this (I will do some usability tests)
as it is the only application (I know of) on all operating systems (important
for us) which supports viewing fluouroscopy and echo studies.
Here is the list of dependecies
WxWidgets: MultiPlatform Graphical User Interface (GUI).
VTK: Kitware's Visualization ToolKit.
ITK: Kitware's Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit.
DCMTK: Offis' DICOM ToolKit.
OpenSSL: Open Source SSL/TLS Framework .
SQLite: The in-process SQL DataBase Engine.
Working with the guys from Ginkgo-CADx (Dicom viewer/PACS workstation) and
working on GNUmed becoming a nice solution for a cardiologists office (to
scratch my itch) I was searching for an OpenSource PACS to store Dicom data
such as echocardiographic data and/or gastroscopy data.
There seems to be a few solutions and I was recommended to try
dcm4che . This is both recommended by the authors of Ginkgo-CADx as well as
the guys behind Osirix.
Despite the fact that there is (I believe) a large userbase in the neurology
and neurosurgery fields I was not able to find this PACS packaged for either
Debian, Fedora or openSUSE.
I consider this a missing link. Debian-med, Fedora medical and openSUSE
medical should join forces to bring this to GNU/Linux since this will make it
much easier to present GNU/Linux as the *the* platform for medical imaging.
Thanks Mathieu for your clarification!
On 18 April 2011 08:28, Mathieu Malaterre <mathieu.malaterre(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Mario Ceresa
> <mrceresa(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>> Other packages capable of acting as a STORE-SCU/SCP are dcmtk which
>> has almost finished reviewing and gdcm which is already packaged.
> To avoid any confusion. GDCM only implements the SCU part of the DICOM Q/R:
> - C-ECHO
> - C-FIND
> - C-STORE
> - C-MOVE (+ C-STORE SCP)
> The server side (SCP) is not implemented yet even if all the low
> levels are present.