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dicom viewer


Users can view DICOM images using multi-modality DICOM Viewer. Some of the supported modalities are CT - Computed Tomography, MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging, CR - X Ray, MG - Mammography, US - Ultrasound, PET-CT - Positron Emission Tomography–Computed Tomography and PET-MR - Positron Emission Tomography–Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

PostDICOM DICOM Viewer is compatible with Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Macintosh High Sierra and Mojave and Debian Linux variants. It can be used on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari browsers.

Users can use standard functions like zoom, window level, pan, thickness, rotate on HTML5 zero-footprint online DICOM Viewer. Moreover, you can perform measurements such as length, density, angle and more. Read more...

clinical documents viewer


In a current clinical environment, patients have many supporting documents such as lab results, pathology results, and consultation reports. Moreover, these documents are not in DICOM format, and they cannot be put into a standard PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems).

PostDICOM Cloud PACS support storage of these type of clinical documents. Our users can store documents in JPEG, BMP, AVI, and PDF formats and associate them in the corresponding patient record. Read more...

pet ct fusion


PostDICOM Cloud PACS supports storage and viewing of PET/CT and PET/MR studies. Users can view PET and CT series in MPR (multi-planar reconstruction) vies using MIP (Maximum Intensity Projection), MinIP (Minimum Intensity Projection) or AvgIP (Average Intensity Projection).

Users can use fusion function on compatible PET-CT and PET-MR volumes and view them in MPR views using MIP, MinIP, and AvgIP. Moreover, using PET images users can calculate SUVs (Standardized uptake values).

3d rendering


Users can view compatible CT (Computed Tomography) series in 3D Rendering mode. Besides, the user can use advanced functions such as bone removal and freehand cut in this mode. Moreover, users can download 3D images to their computers. Read more...



PostDICOM supports storage and view of DICOM files with patient's clinical documents. Users can upload them through using HTML5 interface on compatible browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari. Read more...



PostDICOM provides an interface so that radiologists and veterinarians can create written reports.


An alternate way to upload DICOM files using the HTML5 interface is sending them through DICOM protocol. Users can download and install Medical Device Communicator (MeDiC) on Windows and Macintosh. Then, users can send images from their PACS workstations or DICOM compatible viewers. When MeDiC receives DICOM files, it automatically uploads them to the PostDICOM Cloud. Read more...


DICOM files and clinical documents can be shared with referring doctors or patients with ease. Moreover, studies can be shared to obtain second opinion reports. Simply, put your studies and clinical documents into a folder and share it over an email. Read more...


PostDICOM provides tools for centralized user creation and management. Users groups can be created, and users can be assigned to user groups. Also, specific access rights can be removed and added to the user permissions. Read more...


PostDICOM provides Cloud API to software companies that want to add DICOM viewer capabilities to their existing software. We offer API functions so that companies can upload, search, and view DICOM images from their user interface. Read more...


PostDICOM provides affordable subscriptions with monthly payment options. Moreover, additional user licenses, institutions, and storage area can be added to their subscriptions. Read more...

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