Peter Jensch

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PURPOSE The DICOM standard, introduced in 1993, is now established in many of today's image modalities. Experiences with DICOM implementations and requirements for future developments are described. METHODS First a brief summary of the development of the DICOM standard is given. Based on general observations, different problems with installation,(More)
DICOM is today's de-facto standard for exchanging medical images. Since new image acquisition devices produce more and more image and non-image data, image compression has become an important part of the standard. However, the compression of non-pixel data also stored in DICOM data sets has been disregarded up to now. In the scope of an EU research project(More)
The availability of ATM-based broadband wide-area networks facilitates a range of new applications in health care, especially the performance of videoconferences combined with software for computer-supported cooperative discussion and diagnosis of digital medical images. This report about a research project for applications of the 'European ATM pilot(More)
In cooperation with the Department of Electronic Data Processing Systems we have developed a data processing unit for the analysis of hemodynamic data at the Department of Internal Medicine I. The aim was to design a computer-system for the daily routine in heart-catheterizations as well as for the solution of scientific problems during hemodynamic studies.(More)