It’s a fantastic DICOM viewer and I highly recommend the free, classic version too if you’re looking to learn a little about medical imaging. Although to be honest, you’ll probably want to go and buy Slicer (see later in article) and learn it :-).
This is a very handy utility for any X-ray or CT scan. It manages to compress the vast amount of data required into a concise slideshow. The application will bring the whole slide into view, and create a quick and up-to-date overview for each area of the scan before you zoom in on the details.
This application is capable of producing 3-D models of the contents of scanned medical images. It can be used to present information about the structure or use models for visualizing specific features in a specific context. This makes it possible for clinicians to understand how anatomy fits together and how structures interact with one another.
It is said that, you don’t get a third arm when you become a father, but you might find some of the anatomy you are familiar with may be helpful in the nursery when you are stitching one together for the first time.
I've done it before and it worked, but now I'm at a loss because I can't find any references to this issue. Does anyone know why RDS license server won't activate from the eval version when the eval license server is in use?
I repeat the process twice more. I create a new VM (virtual box) using the same environment, specs and type. I have 2 NICs on each VM, and the VM has the DHCP server role installed. The process works fine. I have the RDS license installed and activated on the VM. I reboot the VM, and this time, when I go the web page, it says RDS License Server is not activated. d2c66b5586