DICOM PS3.1 2017b - Introduction and Overview

PS3.1

DICOM PS3.1 2017b - Introduction and Overview

DICOM Standards Committee


Table of Contents

Notice and Disclaimer
Foreword
1. Scope and Field of Application
1.1. Scope of DICOM
1.2. Field of Application
1.3. History
1.4. Principles
1.4.1. Global Applicability and Localization
1.4.2. Continuous Maintenance
1.4.3. Information Objects and Unique Object Identification
1.4.4. Conformance
1.4.5. Consistency of Information Model
2. Normative References
3. Definitions
4. Symbols and Abbreviations
5. The DICOM Communication Model
6. Overview of The Content of The DICOM Standard
6.1. Document Structure
6.2. PS3.2: Conformance
6.3. PS3.3: Information Object Definitions
6.4. PS3.4: Service Class Specifications
6.5. PS3.5: Data Structure and Semantics
6.6. PS3.6: Data Dictionary
6.7. PS3.7: Message Exchange
6.8. PS3.8: Network Communication Support For Message Exchange
6.9. PS3.9: Retired (formerly Point-to-point Communication Support For Message Exchange)
6.10. PS3.10 Media Storage and File Format
6.11. PS3.11: Media Storage Application Profiles
6.12. PS3.12: Storage Functions and Media Formats For Data Interchange
6.13. PS3.13: Retired (formerly Print Management Point-to-point Communication Support)
6.14. PS3.14: Grayscale Standard Display Function
6.15. PS3.15: Security and System Management Profiles
6.16. PS3.16: Content Mapping Resource
6.17. PS3.17: Explanatory Information
6.18. PS3.18: Web Services
6.19. PS3.19: Application Hosting
6.20. PS3.20: Imaging Reports using HL7 Clinical Document Architecture
7. Referencing The DICOM Standard

List of Figures

5-1. General Communication Model
6.2-1. Construction Process for a Network Conformance Claim
6.2-2. Construction Process for a Media Conformance Claim
6.10-1. DICOM Media Communication Model
6.11-1. Relationship Between an Application Profile and Parts of DICOM
6.19-1. Interface Between a Hosted Application and a Hosting System
6.19-2. Illustration of Platform Independence via the Hosted Application
DICOM PS3.1 2017b - Introduction and Overview