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OsiriX for Mac

Average User Rating:
4.5
out of 13 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    1.1
  • Total Downloads:
    46,846
  • Date Added:
    May 19, 2004
  • Price:
    Free
  • File Size:
    63.46MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    191
  • Platform:
    Mac
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Results 1–10 of 13

5 stars

"View X-ray files from the doctor"

January 20, 2014  |  By RustyIron

 |  Version: OsiriX 5.8.2

Pros

The doctor sent home a CD with X-ray images on it. It was about 100 Windows dll files, an executable file, and FOUR image files in some format that was unrecognizable to my Mac computer. OsiriX opened the files perfectly.

Cons

None. The software did what I needed.

Summary

The software looks like it does a lot of stuff, but I just needed it to view some files from my doctor. For that, it worked perfectly

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5 stars

"It just works"

November 20, 2011  |  By sokolow

 |  Version: OsiriX 4.0

Pros

Free product that looks and feels like a professional PACS

Cons

Occasionally CD's will have formats that don't open in OsiriX for Mac but will open on a PC.

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5 stars

"Program for viewing x-rays in OS X without Windows."

June 12, 2011  |  By sncohen9

 |  Version: OsiriX 3.9.2

Pros

No need to switch to Boot camp or an emulation program to run Windows to view x-rays or scans. This takes the hassle out of viewing films from a Mac

Cons

May not be as fast as running it in Windows

Summary

Excellent program for viewing films without the inconvenience going to a Windows format.

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1 stars

"NOT compatible with Powerbooks without the Intel chip."

May 30, 2011  |  By oppyxray

 |  Version: OsiriX 3.9.1

Pros

None for me.,,,

Cons

If you don't have the Intel chip in your Mac, STAY AWAY from this. Use v3.7.1
CNET is worthless in helping to warn about this. I've asked them several times.

Summary

If your Mac does not have the Intel chip, stay away from v. 3.8.1
CNET is no help and is no Version Tracker (rest the V.T. souls)..

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5 stars

"Well designed and very capable"

March 02, 2010  |  By rigel2100

 |  Version: OsiriX 3.6.1

Pros

Lots of features, more than I could use. Useful to medical professionals and non-medical people.

Cons

The more complicated features aren't intuitive to the untrained person but appear to be easily accessible to professionals in the field.

Summary

The software is simple enough to be used by non-medical people, such as myself, but robust enough to allow professionals to perform comparisons and view in multiple perspectives.

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4 stars

"Very nice medical viewer"

August 22, 2009  |  By krisamico

 |  Version: OsiriX 3.5.1

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Very functional and powerful viewer for medical images. Was very easy to figure out how to look at a CD from a recent ultrasound -- just hit the CD-ROM toolbar button. Nice! When I wanted to explore further, the UI was not too hard to understand, though I discovered right away that I will have to do some reading to unlock OsiriX's full potential. Thanks for making this! I am loving it so far!

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5 stars

"Powerful and solid"

October 16, 2008  |  By wraggj

 |  Version: OsiriX 3.3

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
I am not a medical professional, but (unforunately) have had some issues necessitating some medical imaging over the past year or so. I recently had an MRI, and they gave me a CD with the image files. OsiriX was great way for me to study the images. It worked superbly in 2-d and 3-d modes, and has many useful and intuitive features.

I haven't used other programs of a similar nature, but this one worked so very well for me that I didn't have any motivation to look elsewhere.

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5 stars

"The best by far"

August 25, 2005  |  By stam66

 |  Version: OsiriX 2.0

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
The continously expanding feature set and stability of this software exceeds it's commercial rivals by a factor of 10 at least, and it's clearly one of the better opensource applications for existence as well as one of the best Mac medical programs. I've used this extensively for clinical and researc work, and a minor glitch with echocardiograms was quickly corrected by a responsive author (thanks Antoine!).
There is nothing out there (on windows either AFAIK), which even comes close, particularly for freeware. Higly recommended.

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5 stars

"Very, very nice"

August 16, 2005  |  By pdsi

 |  Version: OsiriX 1.7.1

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
OsiriX is useful for just about any set of images. If I had one wish, that would be for DICOM Print. Outstanding software.

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5 stars

"Outstanding"

December 13, 2004  |  By pdsi

 |  Version: OsiriX 1.5.1

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Not only the best Mac Workstation software but possibly the best Workstation software period. Extremely polished interface, nice unexpected iPod integration (which I have found handy, by the way), surprisingly good 3D renderings, etc. A lot of work has gone into this application and it is very welcome to the Macintosh.

If DICOM Print could be added, this would be the ultimate radiology workstation.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 1.1
  • G3 Macs are now supported, but you should REALLY upgrade to a G5! (about 10-20 times (not percent!!) faster!)
  • JPEG export
  • Support Analyze file format
  • Local Database support of non-DICOM files
  • Export Surface Rendering to RIB, VRML, OBJ, IV
  • Help menu
  • WL & WW are now saved on 32-bits values (compatible with all PETs)
  • Support 32 bits DICOM files (all PETs)
  • Update buttons in CLUT and Opacity windows
  • Preferences to export an image/series at original resolution
  • Preferences to limit OpenGL texture size
  • Frame rate is now faster of about 20%
  • New CLUTs
  • UN and UT DICOM fields are now correctly supported if group length is not available
  • 360 degrees Quicktime VR
  • OpenGL rectangular textures are now supported
  • Save camera position in 3D modes : Volume Rendering and MIP
  • Faster 2D MPR
  • New field in the database: last time opened
  • OsiriX CD/DVD Burner
  • Possibility to change the font name/size
  • Estimated remaining time
  • Abort button for long tasks
  • Super 'Best Rendering' by clicking on 'Best Rendering' icon + shift key (4 times slower !!)
  • Playlists in the browser window
  • New 3D MPR window
  • First implementation of plugins
  • Send your DICOM files to your iPod!
  • Possibility to create albums
  • Smart albums
  • Database search
  • Stereo vision (with Red/Blue glasses)
  • Plugins first implementation
  • Basic subtraction mode
  • Tagarno 35mm sound simulator :-)
  • Use the cineRate DICOM field
  • Patient name, descriptions are now decoded with correct character sets (Latin-1-2-3-4, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Arab, Greek, Russian, ...)
  • Save 3D images as DICOM file directly in the Database or as file (You can then send them to a PACS server with the Send function)
  • Pencil tool to draw ROIs
  • Support rectangular pixels without pixel ratio
  • Slice interval and direction 3D vector are now based on "Patient Location" and "Patient Orientation" fields
General
Publisher OsiriX
Publisher web site http://www.osirix-viewer.com/AboutOsiriX.html
Release Date May 19, 2004
Date Added May 19, 2004
Version 1.1
Category
Category iTunes & iPod Software
Subcategory iPod Utilities
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac/OS X 10.3
Additional Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
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    File Size 63.46MB
    File Name External File
    Popularity
    Total Downloads 46,846
    Downloads Last Week 191
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    License Model Free
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