Optical Tissue Imaging DICOM/PACS Integration

The aim of this project is to research and develop a new DICOM modality for the optical coherence tomography images obtained by Perimeter’s Optical Tissue Imaging (OTISTM) device. Following the creation of a suitable modality, a novel solution for transfer to and integration with the PACS servers utilized by current Perimeter customers will also be developed. The device currently allows for local storage and review of obtained data, with images only ever transferred onto different servers by Perimeter staff. Therefore, through integration with PACS servers, this project will allow for improved review and assessment of the data, better flexibility of the product, improved data backup capabilities, as well as lowered Perimeter involvement in the process.

Faculty Supervisor:

Julie Audet


Nicole Gauer


Perimeter Medical Imaging


Engineering - biomedical


Life sciences




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