OsiriX Graphic User Interface

What does an open-source DICOM Viewer look like? Check these screenshots.

Database Window
2D Viewers
Oblique MPR Viewer
Database Preferences
DICOM Nodes Preferences
DICOM Listener Preferences
DICOM Query & Retrieve
Ortho MPR Viewer
Ortho PET-CT Viewer
Endoscopy Viewer
Built-in Web Server
PACS On-Demand
Wireframe Viewer
PET-CT Viewer
Volume Rendering Viewer
Meta-Data Editor
DICOM Print Preferences
Curved-MPR Viewer
PET-CT
3D VR
PET-CT
MR
Database
3D VR
Viewer
3D VR
Angiograms

Save/Load Workspaces

Manual Registration
for PET-CT
Magnifying Lens
Tile Export
Annotations
3D ROI
Merge Series
Reslicing
Magnetic Windows
Aorta Segmentation
OsiriX for iPhone
Cardiac CT

Reconstructions Samples

All these images/sequences have been produced entirely in OsiriX from the original DICOM images:
Yes... you can do all these images from an open-source software!

Multiple screenshots
3D Volume Rendering from CT
PET-CT Image Fusion
Cardiac-CT, 16-bit CLUT
3D of the internal ear from a CT
Fly-Thru in a Head-CT reconstructed in Volume Rendering
3D Volume Rendering of kidneys
MRI-C-/MRI-C+ Fusion
Volume Rendering with images from confocal microscopy (Head of a fly)
Oblique MPR with PET-CT Fusion
Volume Rendering with PET-CT image fusion
Skin to Kidneys
Velocity-Encoded (phase and magnitude) cardiac MRI with image fusion
Calculate: histogramm, X-Y plots, T2 curve, ...
Real-time conferencing with OsiriX and iChat AV
XA with & without subtraction
Colonic-CT, 16-bit CLUT
5D Cardiac Imaging
Cardiac-CT
Travel in the pulmonary arteries forest
Cardiac-CT
Head-CT, 16-bit CLUT
Cardiac-CT: 4D MPR Viewer
Real PET-CT fusion in Volume Rendering with different opacity tables
Velocity-Encoded (phase and magnitude) cardiac MRI with image fusion
Image Fusion between a DWI and T1 series
Head-CT with contrast reconstructed in Volume Rendering
Right Coronary in Curved-MPR
IVA Coronary in Curved-MPR
Circumflex Coronary in Curved-MPR
Head-CT with contrast reconstructed in Volume Rendering
Head-CT with contrast reconstructed in Volume Rendering
Bone-CT reconstructed in Volume Rendering
Lungs in 3D-VR
Head-CT, 16-bit CLUT
Lungs from CT in Volume Rendering after auto-segmentation
3D Wireframe of internal ear, from a CT
Left Liver segmentation in 3D
Image fusion between a T1 and a STIR series to demonstrate a scaphoid fracture

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