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Mobile – Adding Medical Images to Folders

In this article, you will learn how to add (assign) medical images to folders.

Step 1: On patient search page, you will see all patient studies at your account . In order to view editing options, tap on the study and slide to the left. You will see 4 icons namely as display image, add document, select folder and delete respectively. For adding the patient study to a folder, click on select folder icon.

mobile adding medical images to folders

Step 2: After clicking on the icon, Folder Selection form will be shown. There are three default folders namely Consulting Patients, Teaching Files and To Be Reported. You can add the medical images into these folders or you can create a new folder and assign to that. For more information about folder usage read articles at here.

Step 3: When you select a folder by clicking on it, it is displayed in blue colour and not selected folders remain in gray. If you click on it again, it will be deselected and turn into gray.

mobile adding medical images to folders

Step 4: Once you have selected the folder, click on “OK” button to save it. You will see that the study added to the selected folder.

mobile adding medical images to folders

In this way, you can add (assign) any Patient Study to a folder.

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