If the DICOM data contains text in national coding that does not match the coding of the main data, then a meaningless sequence of characters in the names of studies, series, etc may be displayed. In this case, to display the text correctly, you must select the target encoding in the settings (see Section 14.1). By default, the encoding of the data source is set. It is the one that is specified in the DICOM files.
To open studies stored on a CD, DVD or in a local folder:
The studies stored in the selected location will be displayed on the study panel.
To open studies stored on a PACS server or in a local storage:
Attention! If you switch to a different data source and then return to the current one, the study list will be cleared.
To automatically open a Local Storage when you start the DICOM Viewer check this option (Section 14.4.2) and set up a default search period.
If you open a study from the PACS server, it will be downloaded to the Local Storage. When you close this study the message like 1 series have been downloaded automatically from server. Would you like to keep them on your local storage? will be displayed. To keep the study in the Local Storage, click Yes, to remove, click No. If you want to always perform the selected action, check the box Remember my choice and do not show this dialog again. For details on how to change your choice, see Section 14.4.2.
For the study, added to the Local Storage at least partially, the import date is displayed on the Study Panel.