Image Processing Toolbox™ enables you to read and write image files in many common file formats including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF. The toolbox supports reading and writing medical file formats including DICOM, NifTI, and Analyze 7.5. You can also work with images in specialized file formats, including NITF, DPX, and Interfile.
|DICOM Browser||Explore collection of DICOM files|
|Read metadata from DICOM message|
|Read DICOM image|
|Write images as DICOM files|
|Construct 4-D volume from set of DICOM images|
|Gather details about related series of DICOM files|
|Extract ROI data from DICOM-RT structure set|
|Anonymize DICOM file|
|Get or set active DICOM data dictionary|
|Display DICOM file structure|
|Find attribute in DICOM data dictionary|
|Generate DICOM globally unique identifier|
|Get information about DICOM unique identifier|
|Extract metadata from DICOMDIR file|
|Read metadata from NIfTI file|
|Write volume to file using NIfTI format|
|Read NIfTI image|
|Read metadata from header file of Analyze 7.5 data set|
|Read image data from image file of Analyze 7.5 data set|
|Read metadata from Interfile file|
|Read images in Interfile format|
|Read metadata from National Imagery Transmission Format (NITF) file|
|Read image from NITF file|
|Check if file is National Imagery Transmission Format (NITF) file|
|Read metadata from DPX file|
|Read DPX image|
Image types determine how MATLAB® interprets data matrix elements as pixel intensity values. The toolbox supports many image types including binary, grayscale, truecolor, multispectral, and label images.
You can read the metadata contained in graphics files of supported formats. Some metadata is present in all files, and other metadata depends on the file format.
The Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Standard facilitates access to image data and files across medical imaging equipment.
When writing a modified image to a DICOM file, you can make the modified image the start of a new series.
DICOM infers a two-letter value representation (VR) of an attribute unless a VR is specified.
Analyze 7.5 is a file format, developed by the Mayo Clinic, for storing MRI data.
Interfile is a file format that was developed for the exchange of nuclear medicine image data.