Conform to DICOM ? - DICOM

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  1. Conform to DICOM ?

    As a C-Find SCU, I send a query criteria to SCP, with vaule:
    0008, 0052 (QueryLevel) to "SERIES"
    0020, 000d (StudyInstanceUID) to "1.2.840.10008.433.32.3432.792"
    0008, 0020 (StudyDate) to empty
    0010, 0020 (PatientID) to empty
    0008, 0060 (Modality) to empty
    0020, 000e (SeriesInstanceUID) to empty
    ....

    the SCP response with
    0008, 0060 (Modality) to "CR"
    0020, 000e (SeriesInstanceUID) to "1.2.35.656.34.334"

    Just return IOD at Series Level, no IOD returned at Study Level,
    (No StudyInstanceUID returned, no PatientID returned).

    I would like to know whether the SCP is conformed to DICOM Query/Retrieve
    modal.

    Tkx.



  2. Re: Conform to DICOM ?

    Gede wrote:
    > As a C-Find SCU, I send a query criteria to SCP, with value:
    > 0008, 0052 (QueryLevel) to "SERIES"
    > 0020, 000d (StudyInstanceUID) to "1.2.840.10008.433.32.3432.792"
    > 0008, 0020 (StudyDate) to empty
    > 0010, 0020 (PatientID) to empty
    > 0008, 0060 (Modality) to empty
    > 0020, 000e (SeriesInstanceUID) to empty
    > ...
    >
    > the SCP response with
    > 0008, 0060 (Modality) to "CR"
    > 0020, 000e (SeriesInstanceUID) to "1.2.35.656.34.334"
    >
    > Just return IOD at Series Level, no IOD returned at Study Level,
    > (No StudyInstanceUID returned, no PatientID returned).
    >
    > I would like to know whether the SCP is conformed to DICOM

    Query/Retrieve
    > model.


    Yes; it is (in this respect).

    Study level attributes are returned only for STUDY level queries, etc.,
    not at the SERIES level.

    There are tables in Annex C of PS 3.4 that make this clear.

    Several succesive (hierarchical) queries are necessary to retrieve what
    you are after.

    David


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