Mobile MIM allows for portable, multi-modality viewing, registration, fusion, and/or display for medical image diagnosis. With Mobile MIM, you have the power to review images, contours, DVH, and isodose curves from radiation treatment plans and approve them.
- Powerful/intuitive interface
- Real-time, multi-modality fusion and blending
- 3D depth-shaded maximum intensity projections (MIPs) of PET, SPECT
- Window/level adjustments with CT presets
- Measurement, annotation, PET SUV tools
- Secure, encrypted data transfer to device
Image data can be transferred to Mobile MIM using MIMcloud or MIM 5.1+ workstation software. MIMcloud is a secure, internet-based medical imaging service that provides a central, easily accessible resource for storing, sharing, and viewing. Visit www.mimcloud.com to learn more and create an account.
Mobile MIM downloads data using encrypted transfer over the wireless network. The user may set a passcode that encrypts the non-image information for the downloaded data and prevents unauthorized access.
*This app is not intended to replace full workstations and should be used only when there is no access to a workstation. It is not to be used for mammography.
Added an onboarding dialog to streamline the process of getting started with the application for new users.
Breeze image sharing has been replaced with AirDrop for faster and easier sharing of images between devices. Full instructions can be found in the "Accessing Images" section of the User Guide.
The button to refresh search results has been replaced by a more modern pull-to-refresh interface.
Updated the icons indicating whether certain overlays or DVH curves are visible.
Added labels to the color table pickers for fusion series to clarify which picker controls which series in the fusion.
Updating the color table for a multi-frame 2D image will now affect all frames immediately. Previously, the change would only apply to the current frame until the session was closed and re-opened.
A decimal point is now available on iPhone keyboards when editing dose levels.
Edit buttons for tables now behave in a way that is more consistent with standard iOS functionality.
Your MIMcloud credentials are now verified upon logging in, instead of when performing your first search.
When using the Series Select tool, the currently-selected series is now indicated with a checkmark.
Redesigned the About screen.
A loading screen has been added to make more obvious when user interaction is suspended due to an in-progress download. Downloads can also now be cancelled after they are initiated.
Updated the display of the diagnostic information view in the session to adapt more appropriately to the width of the screen.
Dragging with a single finger while fully zoomed no longer adjusts the contrast of an image. Instead, it scrolls forward and backward through the plane on 3D images and rotates MIP movies. The contrast can still be adjusted by dragging two fingers on the screen and reset with a two-finger tap.
The visibility of the toolbar and patient information overlays on iPad can now be toggled by tapping the screen while in Localize mode.
All tools are now available in the iPad toolbar regardless of device orientation.
There is now an option to add a data source from the main menu if none have been configured (additional data sources can still be created from the Settings).
Connecting to MIMcloud is now accomplished through a new, more user-friendly login interface.
Updated and modernized the Help section contents.
Several usability improvements and miscellaneous fixes were made to the patient information view in the session.
Various cosmetic improvements were made to the session user interface.
Updated the appearance of the main source selection menu.
The Settings and Help menus are now accessed via buttons in the lower tab bar rather than via rows in the main menu. They are also now presented modally over the current context.
The left-hand side of the split view on iPad is now visible in portrait mode.
Reworked the user interface for searching MIMcloud and remote data sources.
Updated the appearance of all patient lists.
PACS searches now display patient name information in user-friendly format rather than raw DICOM format.
If any DICOM information is missing from a study, series, or patient, patient lists will now display which information is missing with a placeholder label.
Updated the appearance of the overlay interface (used for viewing and toggling the visibility of various overlay types, and for editing dose levels).
On non-iPad devices, adjusted the presentation style of the interface accessed by tapping the gear on the top right-hand corner of the session.
Various bugfixes; email us for a full list.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
non capisco chi ha bocciato questa app. ha funzioni limitate, ma potersi portare dietro le immagini al fine turno, scaricarle etc, non mi dispiace per niente! funzioni ancora limitate, ma potenzialità, secondo me, molto interessanti. si viaggia verso la teleradiologia, questa la dice lunga...
E' Vero ché le diagnosi non ce le possiamo fare ma sicuramente può essere un ausilio interessante con prospettive future di grandi interessi.
Applicazione fantastica! Sono un medico e trovò che il potersi portar dietro le TAC ad uma definizione così e micidiale!!
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.