Miele-LXIV is a DICOM workstation, viewer and more. The project started in November 2014 as a fork of the popular open source 32-bit project OsiriX, but it has been modified to become a 64-bit application and to remove many of the limitations of the 32-bit version.
- Built for macOS 10.9 through 12.6
- It supports Mojave's Dark Mode
- Using VTK version 9.1.0
- Using ITK version 5.2.1
- Using DCMTK version 3.6.7
- Using OpenGL 4.1
- Using OpenJPEG 2.5.0
- Using David Clunie's DICOM validator dciodvfy version 1.00.snapshot.20220618093127
- Fully localized for 7 languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
- Export to Photos
- Own plugin system fully operational: develop, publish, list, check-for-updates, download, install
- Open source
- Universal binary: Intel, Apple. Silicon
Fix parsing sequences containing tag ImageType.
Fix GitHub issue #79.
Fix 2D text annotations font: name, size, color.
Validated with macOS 12.6
Ratings and Reviews
Just what I needed!
Wife got a new knee. Doctor provided images in DICOM format. There were other apps on the app store that were not free and got terrible reviews. This free one worked perfectly for allowing me to see the images and export to jpg. And it worked fine on my M! MBP even though it did some funkky stuff diplaying on my laptop screen AND my external monitor. It still did the job.
Work in progress...
Years ago (like 10 maybe? I’m blessed w ADHD so I have absolutely no concept of time) I had downloaded that OsiriX when it was free & was viewing all my MRI’s, etc.
then I was living in the woods for 4 yrs (long story, another adventure) & when I finally got to a place where I could use my old G4 the app was bad. They had one you could buy but my experience w the free one was so poor that there was no way I was going to buy it.
Recently I had more X-rays & decided to try looking at them after the VA gave me a disc. I saw that it included OsiriX Lite. I decided to look in the app store & voila, this beautiful little app which not only worked great (so far) but it’s entirely free to boot!
I’m giving it 4 stars bc it’s still got some quirks. However, I no longer have to worry about buying OsiriX, which I wouldn’t do anyways bc when you’re living on an extremely limited fixed income, such niceties become even more extremely difficult to justify even a penny to it,
Anyways it does for the most part what it says it does & I’m sure most of the quirks I encountered were due to my lack of experience w the app. However, rest assured I will be putting it to the test as I have a plethora (can you say “plethora”?) of discs w X-rays, CT’s. MRI’s & CT myelograms to look at. Perhaps I will chg it to a 5 afterwards.
It's free. It works quite well. Had no problems reading 3 different imaging CDs.
The contrast adjustment was a little confusing when I accidentally adjusted it and the image went black, but after a few seconds I was able to figure out how to use it being able to adjust contrast and brightness so easily is actually very helpul for the x-rays I was looking at.
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- Alex Bettarini
- 79.6 MB
- Requires macOS 10.9 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 17+ Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2022 Alessandro Bettarini