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Image Display Tests

Introduction

This document describes several tests for Image Display systems in several profiles

Submission of Results

Results for each individual test should be uploaded into Gazelle Test Management under menu Connectathon-->Pre-Connectathon Testing.

Test Cases: PDI

These test cases are generally associated with the Radiology PDI profile

Test Case 1931: Media “Reader” Read RSNA 2005 CD

The purpose of this test is for the Display actor to open the DICOMDIR file on the RSNA 2005 CD and render the images and other composite objects on the CD.

References

The data from the RSNA 2005 CD can be found here http://ihedoc.wustl.edu/mesasoftware/10.15.0/dist/ext_data/pdi_2005/index.htm

RAD TF

Instructions

To run this test, follow these steps:

1. Obtain the RSNA 2005 PDI Demonstration CD. If you do not have a physical copy of the CD, download the ISO image of the CD from the MESA distribution page and create a CD from the ISO image.

2. Use your DICOM application to open the DICOMDIR file on the RSNA CD.

3. Select and display all of the studies on the CD. For those studies with multiple images, you can select a small subset of the images.

4. Create a simple text file that lists each vendor that submitted data and a simple yes/no that indicates whether you could display the data. If you had problems displaying the data, submit further evidence or documentation (to Kudu/Gazelle). Also, send an email to the Project Manager so he/she can investigate.

Evaluation

1. Submit the text file as the results for this test.

Supplemental Information

Test Case 1932: Media “Reader” Reads Vendor CDs

The purpose of this test is for the Display actor to open the DICOMDIR file on CDs provided by vendors for the RSNA 2005 PDI demonstration and to render the composite objects on those CDs.

References

The sample CDs are found at http://ihedoc.wustl.edu/mesasoftware/10.15.0/dist/ext_data/pdi_2005/index.htm

Instructions

To run this test, follow these steps:

1. Obtain the vendor CDs from the RSNA 2005 PDI Demonstration. If you do not have a physical copy of the CDs, download the ISO images from the MESA distribution page and create a CD from the ISO image.

2. Use your DICOM application to open the DICOMDIR file on each vendor CD.

3. Select and display all of the studies on the CD. For those studies with multiple images, you can select a small subset of the images.

4. Create a simple text file. List each vendor that supplied a CD and indicate with a simple yes/no if you could display the images. If you believe the images or CD are faulty, submit additional screen shots or other documentation to illustrate the problem. Also, follow up with email to the Project Manager.

Evaluation

1. Submit the text file as the results for this test.

Supplemental Information

Nuclear Medicine Profile Tests

Image Display Test 2400: NM Display Window Upper/Lower

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.1.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2400.dcm. This will be a synthetic image of a wedge with 8 bit data.

Image Display should have controls to display images using “Window Upper” and “Window Lower” values. Display the image using an upper value of 255 and a lower value of 155. You should see the bright part of the wedge on the right side of your display and the left side should be dark.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit that file as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2401: NM Display Pseudo-Color

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.1.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2401.dcm.

Image Display actors should be able to load a pseudo-color table to map intensity values. The format of the table is unspecified. The test data includes an Excel spreadsheet that maps intensity values to RGB colors. The spreadsheet is in the file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/rad/actors/imgdisp/color/2401.xls.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2402: NM Image Resizing 1

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.2.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2402.dcm. The test image is stored at 32x32 pixels. Display the image according to the Frame Zoom Guidelines in Rad TF-1: E.5.2.

Use an upper value of 1280 and a lower value of 768.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2403: NM Image Resizing 2

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.2.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2403.dcmThe test image is stored at 64x64 pixels.

Display the image according to the Frame Zoom Guidelines in Rad TF-1: E.5.2. Use an upper value of 1280 and a lower value of 768.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2404: NM Image Resizing 3

Not available. Enter a note in Kudu saying the test is not available.

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.2.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2404.dcm. The test image is stored at 128x128 pixels.

Display the image according to the Frame Zoom Guidelines in Rad TF-1: E.5.2. Use an upper value of 1280 and a lower value of 768.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2405: NM Image Resizing 4

Reference

Rad TF-1: E.5.2.

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2405.dcm. The test image is stored at 256x1024 pixels.

Display the image according to the Frame Zoom Guidelines in Rad TF-1: E.5.2. Use an upper value of 1280 and a lower value of 768.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a

browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2408: NM Image Display Attributes

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Instructions

In test 2408, the Image Display is required to display these attributes:

    0054  0220 View Code Sequence
    0040  0555 Acquisition Context Sequence
    0008  103E Series Description

The Image Display will retrieve a specific image , display the image and demonstrate the display of the attributes listed above. The Technical Framework does not specify how the values are displayed nor the actions required by the user.

Load study with Patient ID MESA2408.

Display the study information including the attributes listed above.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Image Display Test 2410: NM Grid Display

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.2

Instructions

In test 2410, the Image Display is required to display an image using the Grid Display.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2410.

Display all frames of the image using a Grid Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it in Gazelle for evaluation.

Image Display Test 2411: NM Fit Display

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.2

Instructions

In test 2411, the Image Display is required to display an image using the Fit Display.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2411.

Display all frames of the image using a Fit Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it in Gazelle for evaluation.

Image Display Test 2412: NM Comparison Display

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.2

Instructions

In test 2412, the Image Display is required to display an image using the Comparison Display.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2412.

The image is a DYNAMIC image with two values for Energy Window. Use Energy Window to define two framesets. Display the framesets in a Comparison Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it in Gazelle for evaluation

Image Display Test 2413: NM Wholebody Display

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.2

Instructions

In test 2413, the Image Display is required to display an image using the Wholebody Display.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2413.

Display the image frames using a Wholebody Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it in Gazelle for evaluation

Image Display Test 2414: NM MPR Display

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.2

Instructions

In test 2414, the Image Display is required to display an image using the MPR Display.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2414.

Display the image frames using a MPR Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it in Gazelle for evaluation.

Image Display Test 2415: NM Image Zoom

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.4

Instructions

In test 2415, the Image Display is required to display an image with zoom.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2415.

Display the image frames at 1x zoom. Repeat the display at 2x zoom. Capture both screen displays as described below.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit to the Project Manager for evaluation.

Image Display Test 2416: NM Image Review Option

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3.5

Instructions

In test 2416, the Image Display is required to display images with the Image Review Option.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2416.

Display series 1 and series 2 at the same time. Series 1 is a dynamic image set; series 2 is a static image set.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using IE.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it to Gazelle as the results for this test.

Next, select a hot spot on the image in series 2. Display the value of a selected pixel.

Again, perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF. Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it to Gazelle.

Image Display Test 2417: NM Result Screens

Not available.

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.4

Instructions

In test 2416, the Image Display is required to display images with the Image Review Option.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2417.

Display all images (multiple series) sequentially. For each series/image, perform a screen capture as defined below.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it to Gazelle as the results for this test.

Image Display Test 2420: NM Image STATIC

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2420.dcm.

This image has these values

Energy Window 1 value
Detector # 2 values


A tabular representation is:

Frame 1 2
Energy Window # 1 1
Detector # 1 2


This image has one value for Energy Window and two values for Detector. Select the second Detector and display the image in a Grid Display or Fit Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF...

Label the file with your company name and test number and upload it to Gazelle for evaluation.

Use IE or other browser to display the file MESA2420CINE.gif.

This should display a cine view of the data listed above. Be prepared to show your display to a Monitor at the Connectathon. You do not need to submit a screen capture of the cine movie.

Image Display Test 2421: NM Image WHOLEBODY

Test not defined.

Image Display Test 2422: NM Image DYNAMIC

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3 DICOM P3.3 C.8.4.8

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2422.dcm.

This image has these values

Energy Window 1 value
Detector # 2 values (1, 2)
Phase # 1 values
Time Slice # 6 values


A tabular representation is:

Energy Window #
Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Detector # 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
Phase # 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Time Slice # 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6


Select the second Detector and first phase and display the frames in a Grid Display or Fit Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.


Label the file with your company name and test number and submit to the Project Manager for evaluation.

Use IE or other browser to display the file MESA2422CINE.gif. This should display a cine view of the data listed above.

Use your Image Display system to display the same cine view. Discounting display speed, the displays should be equivalent. Be prepared to show your display to a Monitor at the Connectathon. You do not need to submit a screen capture of the cine movie.

Image Display Test 2423: NM Image GATED

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2423.dcm.

This image has these values

Energy Window 1 value
Detector # 1 value
R-R Interval 3 values
Time Slot Multiple values


A tabular representation is:

Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Energy Window # 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Detector # 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
R-R interval 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Time Slot # 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Select the first Detector and first R-R Interval and display the frames in a Grid Display or Fit Display. Also, select the first Detector and third R-R Interval and display the frames in a Grid Display or Fit Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit to the Project Manager for evaluation.

Use IE or other browser to display the file MESA2423RR1CINE.gif and MESA2423RR3CINE.gif. This should display a cine view of the data listed above. Use your Image Display system to display the same cine view.

Discounting display speed, the displays should be equivalent. Be prepared to show your display to a Monitor at the Connectathon. You do not need to submit a screen capture of the cine movie.

Image Display Test 2424: NM Image TOMO

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Instructions

Open or import the NM image in file MESA2424.dcm.

This image has these values

Energy Window 1 value
Detector # 1 value
Rotation 2 values
Angular View 10 values

Display the frames in a Grid Display or Fit Display.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using a browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit to Gazelle for evaluation.

Use IE or other browser to display the file MESA2424CINE.gif. This should display a cine view of the data listed above. Use your Image Display system to display the same cine view. Discounting display speed, the displays should be equivalent.

Be prepared to show your display to a Monitor at the Connectathon. You do not need to submit a screen capture of the cine movie.

Image Display Test 2425: NM Image GATED TOMO

Test not defined.

Image Display Test 2426: NM Image RECON TOMO

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Test not defined.

Image Display Test 2427: NM Image GATED RECON TOMO

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Test not defined.

Image Display Test 2428: NM Image Display Multiple Framesets

Reference

Rad TF-2: 4.16.4.2.2.3

Instructions

In test 2428, the Image Display displays multiple framesets taken from two different series of the same study.

Load the study with Patient ID MESA2428.

Display both series simultaneously.

Perform a screen capture and store the result in a JPEG, GIF or other format that is easily displayable using browser.

Label the file with your company name and test number and submit it into gazelle as results for this test.

Mammography Acquisition Workflow Integration Profile Tests

This section describes tests that are specific to the IHE Mammography Acquisition Workflow Integration (MAWF) profile.

Image Display Test 4100: MAWF Vendor Interoperability - Recall Case

This test gives Image Displays access to sample images for the recall case created by MAWF Acquisition Modalities prior to the Connectathon. Modalities will create both FOR PRESENTATION and FOR PROCESSING images for a mammography study. Then they will simulate a "Recall" case and encode "Recall for patient symptoms/clinical findings" as the Reason for Requested Procedure. Modalities are asked to submit samples into gazelle 3 weeks prior to the MESA test deadline or earlier. The goal is to avoid surprises on the Connectathon floor.

References

RAD TF-2:4.16.4.2.2.5

RAD TF-2:4.5.4.2.2.2

RAD TF-2:4.8.4.1.2

Instructions

You will find these samples in gazelle under Connectathon -> List of Samples. Select your system name and look under Samples available for rendering to find the sample images for test 4100.

Your task is to test with these samples prior to the Connectathon. Do not complete this test before those samples are available. See expected behavior for Image Displays in the TF references above.

Create a short txt file indicating you have accessed these samples. List those that you have successfully tested with your Image Display. If you find a problem, contact the Project Manager who will facilitate working with the modality or EC vendor.

Upload that txt file into the gazelle system as results for this test.

Image Display Test 4102: MAWF Vendor Interoperability - View Correction

Image Managers in the MAWF profile are required to support DICOM KOS objects as well as mammography images.

This test gives you access to sample images and KOS objects created by MAWF Acquisition Modalities and Evidence Creators prior to the Connectathon. They are asked to submit samples into gazelle 3 weeks prior to the MESA test deadline or earlier. The goal is to avoid surprises on the Connectathon floor.

References

RAD TF-2:4.31.4.2.3.1

Instructions

You will find these samples in gazelle under Connectathon -> List of samples. Select your system name and look under Samples available for rendering to find the sample images and KOS objects for test 4102.

Your task is to test with these samples prior to the Connectathon. Do not complete this test before those samples are available. See expected behavior in the TF reference above.

Create a short txt file indicating you have accessed these samples. List those that you have successfully tested with your Image Display. If you find a problem, contact the Project Manager who will facilitate working with the modality or EC vendor.

Upload that txt file into the gazelle system as results for this test.

BIR - Basic Image Review

This section describes tests that are specific to the Radiology Basic Image Review Profile

Test Case 4700: BIR Connectathon tests

The Image Display actor in BIR is unlike other IHE actors in that its requirements are primarily functional and do not require exchange of messages with other actors. At the Connectathon, a monitor will sit down at your system and run through a set of tests to evaluate the requirements in the BIR profile. With this test, we are providing you with the test steps and the accompanying images in advance of the Connectathon. We expect you to run these tests in your lab in preparation for the Connectathon itself.

Instructions

1. Download the Connectathon Test Plan for BIR Image Display actors: ftp://ftp.ihe.net/Connectathon/bir_data_sets/BIR_Image_Display_Connectathon_Tests-2014-04-07.pdf

2. Download the BIR test images (BIRTestData_2015.tar.bz2) found at ftp://ftp.ihe.net/Connectathon/bir_data_sets/

3. In that directory, you will also find an index to the BIR dataset. See ftp://ftp.ihe.net/Connectathon/bir_data_sets/_README_BIR_dataset_reference_2014-04-07.xls

4. Run the tests using your Image Display application. On or before the MESA test deadline, create a text file that briefly describes your progress in running these tests. Upload that file into gazelle as the result file for test 4700.

Evaluation

There is no pass/fail for this. We want to make sure you're making progress toward what is expected at the connectathon.

IID - Invoke Image Display profile tests

The tests in this section apply to Image Display actors in the Radiology domain Invoke Image Display profile.

Test Case 5100: IID - Prepare Connectathon Test Data

To enable Connectathon testing, the Image Display is required host studies on its Image Display.

There is one Connectathon test -- IID Invoke Display -- to exercise the Image Display and Image Display Invoker in the IID profile. The 'Special Instructions' for that test ask you to host a set of studies. This pre-Connectathon 'test' ensures you have the proper data loaded on your system prior to arriving at the Connectathon.

We do not provide specific studies for you, but rather define the characteristics of the studies you should bring


Instructions

1. Come to the Connectathon with:

  • at least 3 studies for the same patient, ie will have the same value in patient ID, but the accession number and study dates will be different for each of these studies.
  • at least one other study for a different patient
  • a study containing a KOS object identify at least one image in the study as a 'key image'


Evaluation

1. Create a text file indicating that you have prepared this test data. Upload that text file into gazelle as the result file for this pre-Connectathon test. That is your indication that you have prepared for Connectathon testing.