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Figure 7: Interactive DICOMweb viewer for whole slide images and related metadata. Screenshot of browser-based graphical user interface for display of DICOM VL Whole Slide Microscopy Image instances. The viewer represents a single-page application that uses the DICOMweb JavaScript client implementation to query and retrieve DICOM objects from an archive using RESTful web services. The viewer searches for studies using QIDO-RS and displays the list of matched study resources (1). Each list item shows relevant metadata (e.g., patient name, medical record number, accession number). Users can select a study by clicking on a list item (2), which triggers a search for all series that belong to the selected study (3). When the user selects a series, i.e., digital slide (4), the viewer retrieves the metadata for all images that belong to the series using WADO-RS and interprets the metadata to determine the image pyramid structure (5). The viewer then automatically retrieves the frames for a navigated resolution image using WADO-RS and displays them to the user (6). When the user navigates through the image pyramid, the viewer automatically retrieves the frames for the given slide coordinate position using WADO-RS. In addition, the viewer displays the image-level metadata (7). Standardized metadata enable interactive query and retrieval of images for visualization, human interpretation and data validation

Figure 7: Interactive DICOMweb viewer for whole slide images and related metadata. Screenshot of browser-based graphical user interface for display of DICOM VL Whole Slide Microscopy Image instances. The viewer represents a single-page application that uses the DICOMweb JavaScript client implementation to query and retrieve DICOM objects from an archive using RESTful web services. The viewer searches for studies using QIDO-RS and displays the list of matched study resources (1). Each list item shows relevant metadata (e.g., patient name, medical record number, accession number). Users can select a study by clicking on a list item (2), which triggers a search for all series that belong to the selected study (3). When the user selects a series, i.e., digital slide (4), the viewer retrieves the metadata for all images that belong to the series using WADO-RS and interprets the metadata to determine the image pyramid structure (5). The viewer then automatically retrieves the frames for a navigated resolution image using WADO-RS and displays them to the user (6). When the user navigates through the image pyramid, the viewer automatically retrieves the frames for the given slide coordinate position using WADO-RS. In addition, the viewer displays the image-level metadata (7). Standardized metadata enable interactive query and retrieval of images for visualization, human interpretation and data validation