Key Image Note

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Key Image Note (KIN) lets users flag images as significant (e.g. for referring, for surgery, etc.) and add notes.

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Summary

The Key Image Note Integration Profile enables a user to flag as significant one or more images in a study by referencing them in a note linked with the study. This note includes a title stating the purpose of the flagged images and a user comment field. These notes will be properly stored, archived and displayed as the images move among systems that support the profile. Physicians may attach key image notes to images for a variety of purposes: referring physician access, teaching files selection, consultation with other departments, and image quality issues, to name a few.

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Benefits

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Details

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Systems Affected

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  • PACS systems may store, manage, and/or display Evidence Documents.
  • Display systems may query, retrieve and display Evidence Documents.
  • Reporting workstations may retrieve, process and include details from Evidence Documents in reports

Actors & Transactions:

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Specification

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Documents:

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IHE Radiology Technical Framework:

  • Vol. 1 - Section 5 (SWF Profile)
  • Vol. 2 - Sections 4.8 to 4.10, 4.14 to 4.19, and 4.23
  • Vol. 3 - Appendix E

Underlying Standards:

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See Also

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Related Profiles

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Consumer Information

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Implementer Information

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Reference Articles

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