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Published on Oct 14, 2011
iMango is a medical/biomedical image processing application for the iPad.
The iMango application was specifically designed for medical and biomedical researchers to view and analyze images, yet its extensive features should be attractive for teachers, lecturers and others with an interest in image processing. iMango is based on the freely distributed Mango image processing software (ric.uthscsa.edu/mango) developed to support research at the Research Imaging Institute at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Support for image formats common to imaging researchers (DICOM, Analyze, NIFTI, ACR-NEMA) is provided, and an import function is available for other formats. Display and analysis of images from popular medical imaging systems (x-ray CT, MRI, PET, and SPECT) is just a touch away.
Remote images are easily accessed from a MobleMe iDisk or other WebDAV-enabled server, DropBox (using DropDAV), WiFi transfer to and from a Mac, using Safari to link to web based biomedical image archives, or by e-mail. PACS query (C-FIND) and download (C-MOVE) of DICOM images from a local DICOM server is also supported. WiFi transfer supports syncing of a local folder on Mac computer.
Image analysis makes use of extensive tools to define, edit, save, and load regions of interest (ROIs). Tomographic images are displayed using a three-window orthogonal viewer with each view easily navigated using a crosshair pointer. Up to 8 independent images can be overlaid, each with a different color map. A full list of features is provided in iMango's illustrated users guide. While iMango currently lacks some features found in its parent desktop version, the plan is to provide compatible features though regular updates.