The Ultrasound (US) Multi-frame Image Information Object Definition specifies a Multi-frame image that has been created by an ultrasound imaging device.
The E-R Model in Section A.1.2 depicts those components of the DICOM Application Information Model that directly reference the US Multi-frame Image IOD. The Overlay IE, Modality LUT IE and VOI LUT IE are not components of the US Multi-frame Image IOD.
Section A.7.3 was defined in a previous version of the DICOM Standard. The Section is now retired.
Table A.7-1 US MULTI-FRAME IMAGE IOD MODULES
|Clinical Trial Subject||C.7.1.3||U|
|Clinical Trial Study||C.7.2.3||U|
|Clinical Trial Series||C.7.3.2||U|
|Frame of||Frame of Reference||C.7.4.1||U|
|Reference||Synchronization||C.7.4.2||C - Required if Modality (0008,0060) = IVUS. May be present otherwise.|
|Contrast/bolus||C.7.6.4||C - Required if contrast media was used in this image.|
|Palette Color Lookup Table||C.7.9||C - Required if Photometric Interpretation (0028,0004) has a value of PALETTE COLOR|
|US Region Calibration||C.8.5.5||U|
|Frame Extraction||C.12.3||C - Required if the SOP Instance was created in response to a Frame-Level retrieve request|
Notes: 1. For the purpose of conveying ultrasound protocol data management information it is recommended that the Performed Protocol Code Sequence (0040,0260) be assigned the code value(s) of the performed ultrasound protocol, if any. The Baseline Context Group for these code values is Context ID 12001 (defined in PS 3.16).
2. The US Frame of Reference Module was previously included in this IOD, but has been retired. See PS 3.3 2003.
Note: A Curve IE was previously included in this IOD that was mutually exclusive with the Image IE, but has been retired. See PS 3.3 2004.