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Scan2MCNP


Image Menu


Image Properties shows the properties dialog for the active image.

Loaded Images shows the Loaded Images dialog.

IMG Parameters shows the IMG Parameters dialog.

Contrast shows the Contrast dialog.

Restore Contrast sets the contrast parameters to those specified in the DICOM file. Which images are affected depends on the Apply to settings on the Contrast dialog.

The Color Scheme submenu contains a list of schemes that map the pixel intensity to a color. The current scheme is checked. Which images are affected by a change depends on the Apply Color Settings to choice on the Options dialog.

When Use Boundaries is checked, the pixel color is that of the partition in which the pixel intensity lies. When not checked, the full range of colors is used.

Boundaries shows the Boundaries dialog.

When Get Pixel Range is checked, moving the mouse with the left button held down draws a rectangle; the status bar shows the range of pixel values and intensities in the rectangle.

When Query Pixels is checked, clicking on a pixel produces a status bar message giving the pixel position, value, and intensity.

Set Edge Material invokes the algorithm to find all pixels with minimum or maximum intensity that are contiguous with such pixels on the edge of the image.

The Fit submenu items determine the image scaling with respect to the window. The current setting is checked. 100% draws the image at its actual size in pixels. Window causes the image to be drawn as large as po ssible with the entire image visible. Width or Height scales the image to the respective dimension of the window. Zoomed is checked if the image size is different due some zoom operation; it cannot be selected on the menu.

When Show Grid is checked, the voxel grid is drawn over the image.

When Flip Vertical is checked, the image is inverted in the vertical direction.

Cropping is in effect if Crop is checked. When Show Crop Region is checked, the crop rectangle is drawn over the image. Crop Settings shows the Crop dialog.

Last Frame / Next Frame change the visible frame in a multiframe image or the image shown when a 3D set of images is present.



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