DICOM PS3.10 2013 - Media Storage and File Format for Media Interchange

DICOM Standards Committee

Table of Contents

Notice and Disclaimer
1. Scope and Field of Application
2. References
2.1. Normative References
3. Definitions
3.1. Reference Model Definitions
3.2. Service Conventions Definitions
3.3. Presentation Service Definitions
3.4. DICOM Introduction and Overview Definitions
3.5. DICOM Information Object Definitions
3.6. DICOM Data Structure and Encoding Definitions
3.7. DICOM Message Exchange Definitions
3.8. DICOM Media Storage and File Format Definitions
4. Symbols and Abbreviations
5. Conventions
6. DICOM Models for Media Storage
6.1. General DICOM Communication Model
6.2. The DICOM Media Storage Model
6.2.1. Physical Media Layer
6.2.2. Media Format Layer
6.2.3. DICOM Data Format Layer DICOM SOP Classes Concept of the DICOM File Format DICOM Medical Information Directory
6.2.4. DICOM Media Storage Application Profiles
6.2.5. Media Storage and The DICOM Standard Structure
7. DICOM File Format
7.1. DICOM File Meta Information
7.2. Data Set Encapsulation
7.3. Support of File Management Information
7.4. Secure DICOM File Format
8. DICOM File Service
8.1. File-set
8.2. File IDs
8.3. File Management Roles and Services
8.4. File Content Access
8.5. Character Set
8.6. Reserved DICOMDIR File ID
9. Conformance Requirements
A. Example of DICOMDIR File Content (Informative)
A.1. Simple Directory Content Example
A.2. Example of DICOMDIR File Content With Multiple Referenced Files
B. HL7 Structured Document Files

List of Figures

6.1-1. General DICOM Communication Model
6.2-1. DICOM Media Storage Model
6.2-2. Media Storage and DICOM Parts
7-1. File-set and File Format

List of Tables

7.1-1. DICOM File Meta Information
8.3-1. Media Operations and Roles
A.1-1. Directory Content Example