An overview of FlexView's features designed for universities and instructors.
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Explore all of the studies you have connected to your account.
The toolbar in FlexView displays only the relevant tools based on the workflow mode chosen at load time, improving your focus.
Available in Basic Viewer mode, this panel provides convenient access to all related studies.
Available in Basic Viewer mode, this panel provides a tabular view of all measurements collected on the study.
The first page that displays when FlexView is loaded is the Study Browser. In this page you can explore all the studies in the Study List.
Measures an adjustable angle on an image.
Inverts the color scale of the current image.
Rotate an image 90 degrees clockwise.
Flip an image 180 degrees horizontally.
Measure a length in any linear direction by clicking and dragging.
Manipulate the window level and window width of a rendered image.
Click and drag the cursor on an image to adjust the magnification.
Click and drag the cursor on an image to adjust the image position.
Play through image frames like a movie.
Linked scrolling of spatially related series.
Report image statistics within an elliptical region.
Report image statistics within a rectangular region.
Interactively drives all orthoganal views to correlate with the current cursor position.
Measures the angle between two line segments that don't intersect on the screen.
Shows lines in spatially related viewports to represent the planar position in the active viewport.
Download a high quality image capture using common image formats (png, jpg).
Magnify a particular area of interest.
Changes the viewport layout.
Create an annotation.
Report image statistics within a circular region.
Calibrate (or override) the Pixel Spacing Attribute.
Synchronize image scrolling in all spatially related viewports.
Explore pixel values in image one point at a time.
Reset the image to its original state before any transforms have been applied.
Simultaneously measure orthogonal long and short axes.
Displays top-level DICOM tags.
Report image statistics within a collection of coordinates drawn around an image.
Add an annotation related to a point on an image.
Report image statistics within a square region.
Report image statistics within a closed freehand drawn region.
Report image statistics within a freehand drawn line.
A consolidated view of all measurements collected across all loaded studies. Allows for easy navigation to the related image and measurement by clicking in the table. Measurements can be exported as CSV or DICOM Structured Report (SR).
View any image from anywhere using FlexView's built-in basic viewer.
This mode enables quantitative measurement of tumor volume as seen on a PET study. It is accessible in any DICOM study that has both PET and CT images.
Has all of the typical basic functions of a PACS viewer, such as layout, W/L, zoom, pan, measure, annotate, capture, probe, etc. A handful of advanced features are available such as MPR, 3D crosshair, stack sync, and reference lines.
This workflow makes it easy to obtain normalized measurements of radiotracer uptake in tumors. The tools follow a typical PET SUV workflow, and the associated hanging protocol offers a convenient view of the PET study from different perspectives, including fusion with CT and rotational MIP.