dicom >> Typos in the DICOM dictionary (2004)

by mathieu » Tue, 29 Nov 2005 02:44:10 GMT

Before I loose them, could someone make sure to fix those minor typos
in the next edition of the DICOM dictionary:

- Manfuacturer
(0018,101b) Hardcopy Device Manfuacturer's Model Name LO 1
should be
(0018,101b) Hardcopy Device Manufacturer's Model Name LO 1

- 'US/SS' should be 'US or SS'
(0040,9211) Real World Value Last Value Mapped US/SS 1
should be
(0040,9211) Real World Value Last Value Mapped US or SS 1
...

0040 4021 SQ 1 Input InformationSequence
should be
0040 4021 SQ 1 Input Information Sequence

0040 a030 DT 1 Verification DateTime
should be
0040 a030 DT 1 Verification Date Time

0040 a032 DT 1 Observation DateTime
should be
0040 a032 DT 1 Observation Date Time

0020 31xx LO 1-n Source Image Ids (RET)
should be
0020 31xx LO 1-n Source Image IDs (RET)

60xx 0060 LT 1 Compression Code (RET)
should be
60xx 0060 LT 1 Overlay Compression Code (RET)

Remove duplicate:
0018 9022 CS 1 Blood Signal Nulling

0018 a002 DT 1 Contribution DateTime
should be
0018 a002 DT 1 Contribution Date Time

0050 0019 DS 1 Inter-marker Distance
should be
0050 0019 DS 1 Intermarker Distance

0088 0912 LO 1-32 Topic Key Words
should be
0088 0912 LO 1-32 Topic Keywords


This one I am not so sure:
2110 0099 SH 1 Print Queue ID
shouldn't it be:
2110 0099 SH 1 Printer Queue ID


This would make my life much easier :)

Thanks a bunch,
Mathieu


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