With high performance and an intuitive interactive user interface, OsiriX is the most widely used DICOM viewer in the world. It is the result of more than 20 years of research and development in digital imaging. It fully supports the DICOM standard for an easy integration in your workflow environment and an open platform for development of processing tools. It offers advanced post-processing techniques in 2D and 3D, exclusive innovative technique for 3D and 4D navigation and a complete integration with any PACS. OsiriX supports 64-bit computing and multithreading for the best performances on the most modern processors. OsiriX MD, the commercial version, is certified for medical use (FDA cleared and CE II labeled).


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The benefits of using OsiriX MD

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    Ultrafast performance
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    Intuitive interactive user interface
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    The most widely used DICOM viewer
    in the world
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    FDA & CE certified
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    Install in less than
    5 minutes

Some key figures about OsiriX

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    1 Mio

    active users

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Members of the following institutions have chosen OsiriX

  • mit-x2
  • hopkins-x2
  • ge-healthcare-x2
  • siemens-x2

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Who is OsiriX for?

More than a medical images viewer, OsiriX MD is a powerful diagnosis tool. OsiriX has been developed to allow to efficiently view full radiology exams and allows full review images with ease of use for Radiologists, Medical care providers, Institutions and many others.


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Have you recently undergone a CT (computed tomography) or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) examination?

OsiriX Lite, the free demo version, offers the solution. Available for Mac computers running macOS, OsiriX Lite empowers you to conveniently review your medical images from the comfort of your home. Installation is swift and straightforward, ensuring a seamless experience.


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