ImageGear Medical

ImageGear Medical allows you to read and write DICOM images of various modalities, transfer syntaxes and bit depths. ImageGear Medical enables developers to create cutting-edge medical imaging solutions on Windows and Linux platforms with speed and ease. With this comprehensive medical imaging SDK you can quickly design powerful applications to read, write, display, and convert medical images and documents into DICOM files as well as integrate DICOM waveforms and overlays, grayscale LUT, and more. ImageGear Medical imaging SDK provides support for over 100 image formats, including uncompressed, RLE, JPEG, JPEG 2000 and more.

Create next-generation medical applications.
With full support for the DICOM format, and access to the DICOM dataset, AccuSoft Pegasus' medical imaging SDKs have been leveraged for more than a decade to help build world-class healthcare applications. They provide support for both lossy and lossless DICOM-compliant formats, including 8-bit and 16-bit grayscale.

  • Easily read and write patient data records and medical images
  • Use grayscale look up tables (LUT) to enhance x-rays, scans, and more...

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ImageGear Medical v24.8
ImageGear Medical v24.8
Adds Microsoft Excel processing improvements.
ImageGear Medical enables rich UIs
ImageGear Medical enables rich UIs
Version 17 enables creation of DICOM applications with rich user interfaces and annotation controls.

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One developer license is required per developer per platform. The Multi-platform license supports one developer on any two or more platforms. Run-time NOT royalty free. You are required to obtain the...

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