DICOM image file format
DICOM is the standard for communicating and managing medical imaging information and related data. It stores medical images - such as CT scans or ultrasounds - and may also include patient information to identify the person in the picture.
How to open a DCM file. You can open DCM files with a variety of applications, such as MicroDicom viewer (Windows), ezDICOM (Windows), and MeVisLab (multiplatform). You can also upload DCM files to View My Scans in a web browser and view the images.
The DCM file extension is used for DICOM which stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. This is the common file format used to store medical imaging data when a patient undergoes a CT, MRI, PET, UltraSound, and many other types of medical scans
DICOM Viewer, Reader is an easy to use medical image viewer. It allows you to view DICOM image files, DCM in your browser.
Right-click the data you want to export in the Data Properties and Settings panel and then choose Export > As DICOM in the pop-up menu. The Export as DICOM Images dialog appears. Select the images to be exported — All images, Marked images, or Specific images.
Follow this easy four-step process to convert your images.
Choose one of the hundred image formats, available on our site.
Upload your files using an easy-to-use drag-and-drop uploader interface.
Batch convert uploaded files to the format you need.
Download each converted file separately, or as one zip archive.
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