Applications interchanging data under the STD-GEN-ZIP-MAIL and STD-GEN-SEC-ZIP-MAIL profiles shall support the Information Object Definitions (IOD) and Transfer Syntaxes for the Media Storage SOP Class specified in Table L.3-1.
STD-GEN-ZIP-MAIL and STD-GEN-SEC-ZIP-MAIL SOP Classes and Transfer Syntaxes
|Information Object Definition||Service Object Pair Class UID||Transfer Syntax and UID||FSC Requirement||FSR Requirement|
|Basic Directory||1.2.840.10008.1.3.10||Explicit VR Little Endian Uncompressed 1.2.840.10008.1.2.1||Mandatory||Mandatory|
|Composite Image & Stand-alone Storage||Refer to: PS 3.4 for SOPs UID definitions||Defined in Conformance Statement||Defined in Conformance Statement||Defined in Conformance Statement|
Equipment claiming conformance to these Application Profiles shall list the subset of Media Storage SOP Classes and transfer syntaxes that it supports in its Conformance Statement.
The STD-GEN-ZIP-MAIL and STD-GEN-SEC-ZIP-MAIL application profiles shall use the ZIP File Media interchanged using the Email Media format as defined in PS3.12. This Email media shall comply with the following requirements:
The content shall be identified as: Content-Type: application/zip
The attachment shall be identified as: id="DICOM.ZIP"; name="DICOM.ZIP"
The disposition shall be: Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="DICOM.ZIP"
The email shall not be compressed.
The subject line shall contain the phrase: DICOM-ZIP
Note: An additional content type, file extension and file name may be defined by the Standard in the future to accomodate a DICOM specific zip file.
The Directory shall include Directory Records of PATIENT, STUDY, SERIES, IMAGE corresponding to the information object files in the File Set. All DICOM files in the File Set incorporating SOP Instances (Information Objects) defined for the specific Application Profile shall be referenced by Directory Records.
Note: 1. DICOMDIRs with no directory information are not allowed by these Application Profiles.
There may only be one DICOMDIR file per File Set. The Patient ID at the patient level shall be unique for each patient directory record in one File Set.
No additional keys are specified.
The Email Media interchange under the STD-GEN-SEC-ZIP-MAIL profile shall use the Secure Use of Email Transport profile specified in PS3.15.