Tuesday, June 7, 2011

DICOM non-technical introduction: mind map

Earlier today I went through the non-technical introduction to DICOM on the RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) website written by Steven C Horii, MD. As I was doing so I compiled a mind map using the excellent SimpleMind tool to help jog my memory on this stuff in the future.

Click the image below for the full size PNG or it's also available here as a PDF.


  1. This is pretty cool. Recently, I tried mindmap to write test scenarios. That felt good. It definitely has potential. The only problem , I generally feel is- mindmaps allow only trees , and you can criss-cross nodes as in a graph . Which, I often find restrictive.

  2. Hey thanks, nice attempt to introduce with the DICOM in a non technical way. I was looking for something good about knowing DICOM and the process. As a non technical person, you post seems a good thing to me. Thanks again. free DICOM viewer

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