EOS Imaging unit is bi-plane DX and causes 500 errors in DX interface

Issue #722 resolved
Ed McDonagh created an issue

DX filtered assumes single DTID 10002 “Accumulated X-Ray Dose”, but EOS system is a biplane system and therefore has two, as per bi-plane fluoro systems.

Issue raised by @hrkhosravi via email

Device in question has website at https://www.eos-imaging.us/us/professionals/eos/eos including links to DICOM conformance statement and IHE integration statement.

Comments (11)

  1. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Now renders detail template without error, but need to check the RDSR contents against displayed, and check if has affected other systems. Refs #722

    → <<cset a2e61a31c9a2>>

  2. Ed McDonagh reporter

    I've checked in the RDSR I have been provided, and it seems that although the system lists plane A and plane B, the summary information for plane B is a dose of 0, and there is no exposure level information for plane B. This is despite, as far as I can make out, the RDSR being for a dual plane image.

  3. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Happy this works, and doesn't mess up standard single plane DX. Now not sure whether to keep this as the next release, or slide it into 0.9.0...

  4. Ed McDonagh reporter

    @hrkhosravi - can you confirm that the dose information is all attributed to the A plane?

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