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  1. Font size of text when printing images

    Hello
    i have the problem that when printing images from 2 different series out of
    one study to a paperprinter, the demographic datas do not have the same size
    for the images of the different studies.

    Question:
    Where in the dicomheader are these values to find (size and fonts of the
    demograhhics).

    Any other ideas of that behavior

    Thanks in advance for your help

    Martin



  2. Re: Font size of text when printing images

    Hi Moser,

    How did you print the demographic details? Where did you say that you
    want demographic details printed?

    moser martin wrote:
    > Hello
    > i have the problem that when printing images from 2 different series out of
    > one study to a paperprinter, the demographic datas do not have the same size
    > for the images of the different studies.
    >
    > Question:
    > Where in the dicomheader are these values to find (size and fonts of the
    > demograhhics).
    >
    > Any other ideas of that behavior
    >
    > Thanks in advance for your help
    >
    > Martin



  3. Re: Font size of text when printing images

    Hi Ramesh

    i did send the studies from a pacs displaystation to a printserver
    (hipax) where a paperprinter is connected to.
    There is no option to enable/disable demographic layouts for printing,
    it is just a dicom-print from a pacs displaystation.



    ramesh.s.raghavan@gmail.com schrieb:

    > Hi Moser,
    >
    > How did you print the demographic details? Where did you say that you
    > want demographic details printed?
    >
    > moser martin wrote:
    > > Hello
    > > i have the problem that when printing images from 2 different series out of
    > > one study to a paperprinter, the demographic datas do not have the same size
    > > for the images of the different studies.
    > >
    > > Question:
    > > Where in the dicomheader are these values to find (size and fonts of the
    > > demograhhics).
    > >
    > > Any other ideas of that behavior
    > >
    > > Thanks in advance for your help
    > >
    > > Martin



  4. Re: Font size of text when printing images


    martin wrote:
    > Hi Ramesh
    >
    > i did send the studies from a pacs displaystation to a printserver
    > (hipax) where a paperprinter is connected to.
    > There is no option to enable/disable demographic layouts for printing,
    > it is just a dicom-print from a pacs displaystation.
    >
    >
    >
    > ramesh.s.raghavan@gmail.com schrieb:
    >
    > > Hi Moser,
    > >
    > > How did you print the demographic details? Where did you say that you
    > > want demographic details printed?
    > >
    > > moser martin wrote:
    > > > Hello
    > > > i have the problem that when printing images from 2 different series out of
    > > > one study to a paperprinter, the demographic datas do not have the same size
    > > > for the images of the different studies.
    > > >
    > > > Question:
    > > > Where in the dicomheader are these values to find (size and fonts of the
    > > > demograhhics).
    > > >
    > > > Any other ideas of that behavior
    > > >
    > > > Thanks in advance for your help
    > > >
    > > > Martin

    hi moser,
    the print of the demographics data is responsability to the workstation
    that act as SCU. The WS "compose" the image to be print burnin in the
    image the demographics data. The variation of size of the text must be
    due to a variation of size of the images between the 2 series (eg serie
    1 256x256 pixels and serie 2 512x512). Problably your workstation
    assume that all image have the same size. The problem is when the
    printer fit the image to a cell in the paper the zoom applied to series
    1's image is diferrent to the one applied to serie 2.

    Hope it help's you.
    Jose.


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