For reference, the reference point I am used to seeing is 15cm from Isocenter toward Source, but Philips use 15cm below BeamIsocenter. Is that the same thing? In which case why have they not used the code? And what does the Philips version mean if the tube is higher than the isocentre/detector?
I'll soon have it fixed and get a beta out that works with this, the Toshiba dual plane (including exports) and the mammography RDSRs.
The manual states that the Interventional Reference Point is a point in the center of the X-ray beam at 15 cm from the Beam IsoCenter in the direction of the Focal Spot of the X-ray source, so I guess it's the same.
Thanks Eivind. You have to wonder why they bothered departing from the defined/coded term!
IrradEventXrayData model updated with reference_point_defintition_text field - other instances in other models have a definition field and a definition_code field. However this model already had the CID version without the _code suffix. RDSR extract routine now populates whichever is there, trying for the CID version first. _get_accumulated_data has been updated to use whichever is present so csv export works. rf_export updated similarly but not ready yet. Refs #364, #369