The Conquest DICOM software was written by Marcel van Herk and Lambert Zijp at the Netherlands Cancer Institute.We have decided to provide our extended DICOM software also to the public domain. It is now maintained by Marcel van Herk at the University of Manchester.
Please check our FORUM (kindly hosted by the K-PACS team).
Some possible applications of the Conquest DICOM software are:
DICOM training and testing
Demonstration and research image archives
Image format conversion from a scanner with DICOM network access
DICOM image viewing and slide making
DICOM image selection, (limited) editing, and splitting and merging of series
Advanced scriptable image modification, filtering, forwarding and conversion
DICOM caching and archive merging
DICOM web access for viewing and data management (scriptable)
Connects to Lua IDE for all sorts of DICOM manipulation
The server supports a wide range of databases with ODBC (Windows) or without (Windows/Linux), including DbaseIII, MySQL, Postgres and SqLite.
Fast error free and transparent compression (>2x) of image data on disk with NKI private, JPEG or JPEG2000 compression.
A database browser and slice viewer integrated in the PACS system with options for: viewing DICOM header, creating BMP files (ideal for slides), sending selected images, printing, database fix tools such as changing patient IDs, deleting and anonymizing studies and series, and splitting and merging series. Use drag and drop to load ZIP, DICOM and HL7 files.
A simple query/move user interface for diagnostic purposes, to improve your knowledge of DICOM, and to grab missing data from another server.
Elementary DICOM print server and client - prints to the default printer.
JPEG, JPEG2000 compression and decompression (thanks to Bruce Barton) and RLE decompression supported.
Flexible configuration of JPEG and NKI private compression with optional (de)compression of incoming, dropped, transmitted and archived files.
A simple DICOM Modality Worklist implementation with HL7 import with configurable translation.
A CGI WEB interface with several possible viewers (also on the Linux version with does not have a GUI).
The server can act as an advanced (Lua) scriptable DICOM image forwarder, processor and/or DICOM image cache.
The server integrates an advanced DICOM viewer based on K-PACS
New release, unified for Windows/Linux:
[version 1419: A complete recoding of the browser in the GUI for speed and lots of new options such as flexible DICOM modification, server speedup, JpegLS and better Jpeg2000 compression (thanks Bruce Barton), a completely scripted web interface with a new interactive viewer, and options for a new flexible anonymisation server (8 February 2017)] [Version 1.4.19a fixes lossless jpeg decompression on color images and a merge issue. It adds a web based installer and revamps the newweb web interface. (1 May 2017)] [Version 1.4.19b adds printer header/footer/background; gamma clause in bitmap converters; fix cancel C-move crash; and several other fixes. (2 Sept 2017)] [Version 1.4.19c adds C-Get, a built-in web server, better linux integration, and other fixes. (17 November 2018)] [Version 1.4.19c1 fixes a DICOM cumminication bug, and adds more web interface config and a Weasis connector (24 November 2018)]
Download dicomserver1419c1.zip (22 MB, DICOM server + documentation + sample data + source + IDE integration)
Copyright (c) 2017 University of Manchester. Developed by Marcel van Herk, Lambert Zijp and Jan Meinders; the Netherlands Cancer Institute; Radiotherapy Department; maintained by Marcel van Herk, University of Manchester.
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