1. The project started in November 2014 as a fork of the popular open source 32-bit project OsiriX, but it has been modified to become a 64-bit application and to remove many of the limitations of the 32-bit version.
2. Miele-LXIV is a DICOM workstation, viewer and more.
Download and Install Miele-LXIV - PC
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
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This app is absolutly excellent!!! This developer gets top marks for this app. Used osirix viewer for several years until they decided to view, as a patient, my files, I need to give them six hundred and ninety nine dollars for a year just for a patient viewer.
Awesome Visualizations and 3-D Feature
-Easily imports from CD
-View multiple images and cross compare simulataneously
-alter window preset to bone/soft tissue/abd/etc.
-3D option takes your scans and produces a surreal interactive full color model
Downloaded to look at CT scans. Worked very well
it is free and it worked!
i'm seeing some crazy stuff off my MRI disk.
i guess that is the point of this very good, very free app.
the feature that does a movie of the MRI series can be gag inducing, but still great app
Work in progress...
Years ago (like 10 maybe? I’m blessed w ADHD so I have absolutely no concept of time) I had downloaded that OsiriX when it was free & was viewing all my MRI’s, etc.
then I was living in the woods for 4 yrs (long story, another adventure) & when I finally got to a place where I could use my old G4 the app was bad. They had one you could buy but my experience w the free one was so poor that there was no way I was going to buy it.
Recently I had more X-rays & decided to try looking at them after the VA gave me a disc. I saw that it included OsiriX Lite. I decided to look in the app store & voila, this beautiful little app which not only worked great (so far) but it’s entirely free to boot!
I’m giving it 4 stars bc it’s still got some quirks. However, I no longer have to worry about buying OsiriX, which I wouldn’t do anyways bc when you’re living on an extremely limited fixed income, such niceties become even more extremely difficult to justify even a penny to it,
Anyways it does for the most part what it says it does & I’m sure most of the quirks I encountered were due to my lack of experience w the app. However, rest assured I will be putting it to the test as I have a plethora (can you say “plethora”?) of discs w X-rays, CT’s. MRI’s & CT myelograms to look at. Perhaps I will chg it to a 5 afterwards.
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