• Freely accessible online DicomWeb servers?

    From Stacy Maimoon@21:1/5 to All on Fri Mar 5 10:09:12 2021
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to. E.g.
    if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!

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  • From Jason Klotzer@21:1/5 to Stacy Maimoon on Sat Mar 6 10:14:20 2021
    On Friday, March 5, 2021 at 12:09:14 PM UTC-6, Stacy Maimoon wrote:
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to. E.g.
    if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!

    I've used Orthanc for testing DICOMweb capabilities: https://www.orthanc-server.com/static.php?page=dicomweb

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  • From Stacy Maimoon@21:1/5 to jklo...@google.com on Sat Mar 6 12:02:33 2021
    On Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 7:14:22 PM UTC+1, jklo...@google.com wrote:
    On Friday, March 5, 2021 at 12:09:14 PM UTC-6, Stacy Maimoon wrote:
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to. E.
    g. if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!
    I've used Orthanc for testing DICOMweb capabilities: https://www.orthanc-server.com/static.php?page=dicomweb


    Thanks Jason. As far as I understand from the contex, I need to install Orthanc somewhere in my network to test, or doe it have a web URL? (failed to find one :-) ).

    Stacy

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  • From Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg@21:1/5 to patric...@zeiss.com on Mon Mar 8 00:14:47 2021
    patric...@zeiss.com schrieb am Montag, 8. März 2021 um 08:22:50 UTC+1:
    Stacy Maimoon schrieb am Freitag, 5. März 2021 um 19:09:14 UTC+1:
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to. E.
    g. if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!
    You might wanna consider deploying your own server. MS provides a freely accessible version of its own server with lots of instrcutions how to deploy an instance locally or via Azure. See https://github.com/microsoft/dicom-server

    Regards
    Patrick

    You can also run the dcm4chee Archive easily with Docker: https://github.com/dcm4che/dcm4chee-arc-light/wiki/Running-on-Docker

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  • From Patrick A. Nast@21:1/5 to Stacy Maimoon on Sun Mar 7 23:22:48 2021
    Stacy Maimoon schrieb am Freitag, 5. März 2021 um 19:09:14 UTC+1:
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to. E.g.
    if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!

    You might wanna consider deploying your own server. MS provides a freely accessible version of its own server with lots of instrcutions how to deploy an instance locally or via Azure. See https://github.com/microsoft/dicom-server

    Regards
    Patrick

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  • From Stacy Maimoon@21:1/5 to All on Mon Mar 8 00:25:31 2021
    Hello Patrick, hello Hermann,
    thanks a lot! I will try all of your suggestions (though I have no experience with Docker :-( ).
    I have found two more interesting possibilities:
    - http://dicomserver.co.uk:81/qido, http://dicomserver.co.uk:81/wado (see https://www.dicomserver.co.uk/Pages/Index/RESTful for info)
    - http://hackathon.siim.org/dicomweb/ (you will first need to go to the siim.org site and sign up for membership, which is free and you become an API key very soon).

    Best, S.

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  • From Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg@21:1/5 to Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg on Mon Mar 8 00:16:52 2021
    Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg schrieb am Montag, 8. März 2021 um 09:14:49 UTC+1:
    patric...@zeiss.com schrieb am Montag, 8. März 2021 um 08:22:50 UTC+1:
    Stacy Maimoon schrieb am Freitag, 5. März 2021 um 19:09:14 UTC+1:
    Hello,
    I am at the beginning of my experiments with DicomWeb. I failed to find a freely accessible DicomWeb server to test against. There exists that of medicalconnections.co.uk, but I have the impression that it does not return things it is supposed to.
    E.g. if I try to carry out a query for patients with a name part, according to the query /studies/?PatientName=Test*, it delivers a number of patients, but only a few fields, not even the PatientID.
    Ideally I would like to have a server that supports QIDO, WADO, and STOW. Capabilities would be an asset.
    Do any such servers exist? TIA!
    You might wanna consider deploying your own server. MS provides a freely accessible version of its own server with lots of instrcutions how to deploy an instance locally or via Azure. See https://github.com/microsoft/dicom-server

    Regards
    Patrick
    You can also run the dcm4chee Archive easily with Docker: https://github.com/dcm4che/dcm4chee-arc-light/wiki/Running-on-Docker

    ... or you could try the Google Cloud Healthcare API: https://cloud.google.com/healthcare/docs/concepts/dicom

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  • From bbialecki@acr.org@21:1/5 to Stacy Maimoon on Mon Mar 8 04:24:57 2021
    On Monday, March 8, 2021 at 3:25:33 AM UTC-5, Stacy Maimoon wrote:
    Hello Patrick, hello Hermann,
    thanks a lot! I will try all of your suggestions (though I have no experience with Docker :-( ).
    I have found two more interesting possibilities:
    - http://dicomserver.co.uk:81/qido, http://dicomserver.co.uk:81/wado (see https://www.dicomserver.co.uk/Pages/Index/RESTful for info)
    - http://hackathon.siim.org/dicomweb/ (you will first need to go to the siim.org site and sign up for membership, which is free and you become an API key very soon).

    Best, S.
    The SIIM Hackathon Committee has DICOMweb available on their public test servers. You need to signup for a key, but you can do this without becoming a member. https://siim.org/page/siim_hackathon_stack

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