Operating system: Windows 7
Hope this message finds you all well. Beforehand, I am sorry as the question may look superficial to some of you. As I am a beginner in using Slicer and I noticed that this software has the potential to stitch the DICOM files together to generate a longer integrated DICOM file ( in case where the X-ray can not cover the whole interested length of scanning), I was wondering may you kindly help me on how to go through to successfully stitch my 2 or3 DICOM file to transform them into one full-length DICOM file please?
Thank you very much for your time to explain the procedure to me, please. As I am a layman in this field, may you kindly give me more information such as how to harden the transforms, working on CropVolume etc? Is there any guideline to further clarification on beginners’ level, please?
It’s true the software is kind of complex and there are several things to learn - it’s hard to describe in detail but I hope the keywords in the outline I sent earlier should let you search google and this forum.
A good way to start getting familiar is to try the tutorials, and then work your way to the Registration topic, which addresses things related to your project.
My apologies for asking a question in an old thread.
Will this process work for aligning two DICOM stacks (~800 images each) to generate a new, stitched stack of DICOMs? I’m not certain if mine is a similar or different problem to the original poster because it seemed like the input/output of the original post was only 1-2 files.
Problem I’m having: I’m working with an old GE CT-scanner that outputs a stitched DICOM stack with a slight misalignment in it. I’ve tried fixing the alignment in the attached (and equally old) computer but it takes a long time and doesn’t always work right. I can get the original stacks used to create the stitch and I’m hoping 3d-Slicer can help me to align the images before I start segmenting.