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A.75.5 Parametric Map Functional Groups

Table A.75-2 specifies the use of the Functional Group Macros used in the Multi-frame Functional Groups Module for the Parametric Map IOD.

Table A.75-2. Parametric Map Functional Group Macros

Functional Group Macro

Section

Usage

Pixel Measures

C.7.6.16.2.1

M

Plane Position (Patient)

C.7.6.16.2.3

C – Required if the Frame of Reference is defined in the patient-relative Reference Coordinate System.

Plane Orientation (Patient)

C.7.6.16.2.4

C – Required if the Frame of Reference is defined in the patient-relative Reference Coordinate System.

Plane Position (Slide)

C.8.12.6.1

C - Required if the Frame of Reference is defined in the Slide Coordinate System.

Referenced Image

C.7.6.16.2.5

U

Derivation Image

C.7.6.16.2.6

C - Required if the image or frame has been derived from another SOP Instance.

Frame Content

C.7.6.16.2.2

M - Shall not be used as a Shared Functional Group

Cardiac Synchronization

C.7.6.16.2.7

U

Frame Anatomy

C.7.6.16.2.8

M

Identity Pixel Value Transformation

C.7.6.16.2.9b

M

Frame VOI LUT With LUT

C.7.6.16.2.10b

M

Real World Value Mapping

C.7.6.16.2.11

M

Contrast/Bolus Usage

C.7.6.16.2.12

U

Respiratory Synchronization

C.7.6.16.2.17

U

Stored Value Color Range

C.7.6.16.2.26

C - Required if Pixel Presentation (0008,9205) in the Parametric Map Image Module equals COLOR_RANGE.

Parametric Map Frame Type

C.8.32.3.1

M

Unassigned Shared Converted Attributes

C.7.6.16.2.25.1

U - May not be used as a Per-Frame Functional Group

Unassigned Per-Frame Converted Attributes

C.7.6.16.2.25.2

U - May not be used as a Shared Functional Group


A.75.5.1 Parametric Map Functional Groups Description

For the Derivation Image Functional Group Macro, the Baseline CID for:

For the Real World Value Mapping Functional Group Macro, which defines the type of quantity, the method of generation and the units for the pixel values, the Baseline CID for:

The Unassigned Shared and Per-Frame Converted Attributes Macros are included to allow acquisition-specific Attributes to be conveyed when they are relevant to the use-case. E.g., the echo time, flip angle or diffusion b-value might be useful to interpret a parametric map from an MR acquisition. Since some of these values may vary per-frame, it is appropriate to include them in the Functional Groups, rather than in the top level Data Set.

DICOM PS3.3 2019b - Information Object Definitions