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       dsrdump - Dump DICOM SR file and data set


       dsrdump [options] dsrfile-in...


       The dsrdump utility dumps the contents of a DICOM Structured Reporting (SR) document (file
       format or raw data set) to stdout in textual form. The  output  of  the  document  content
       follows  the format proposed in David Clunie's book 'DICOM Structured Reporting' (PixelMed
       Publishing, 2000).

       If dsrdump reads a raw data set (DICOM data without a file  format  meta-header)  it  will
       attempt  to  guess the transfer syntax by examining the first few bytes of the file. It is
       not always possible to correctly guess the transfer syntax and it is better to  convert  a
       data  set  to  a  file  format  whenever  possible (using the dcmconv utility). It is also
       possible to use the -f and -t[ieb] options to force dsrdump  to  read  a  dataset  with  a
       particular transfer syntax.


       dsrfile-in  DICOM SR input filename to be dumped


   general options
         -h    --help
                 print this help text and exit

                 print version information and exit

                 print expanded command line arguments

         -q    --quiet
                 quiet mode, print no warnings and errors

         -v    --verbose
                 verbose mode, print processing details

         -d    --debug
                 debug mode, print debug information

         -ll   --log-level  [l]evel: string constant
                 (fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace)
                 use level l for the logger

         -lc   --log-config  [f]ilename: string
                 use config file f for the logger

   input options
       input file format:

         +f    --read-file
                 read file format or data set (default)

         +fo   --read-file-only
                 read file format only

         -f    --read-dataset
                 read data set without file meta information

       input transfer syntax:

         -t=   --read-xfer-auto
                 use TS recognition (default)

         -td   --read-xfer-detect
                 ignore TS specified in the file meta header

         -te   --read-xfer-little
                 read with explicit VR little endian TS

         -tb   --read-xfer-big
                 read with explicit VR big endian TS

         -ti   --read-xfer-implicit
                 read with implicit VR little endian TS

   processing options
       additional information:

         -Ip   --processing-details
                 show currently processed content item

       error handling:

         -Er   --unknown-relationship
                 accept unknown/missing relationship type

         -Ev   --invalid-item-value
                 accept invalid content item value
                 (e.g. violation of VR or VM definition)

         -Ec   --ignore-constraints
                 ignore relationship content constraints

         -Ee   --ignore-item-errors
                 do not abort on content item errors, just warn
                 (e.g. missing value type specific attributes)

         -Ei   --skip-invalid-items
                 skip invalid content items (including sub-tree)

         -Dv   --disable-vr-checker
                 disable check for VR-conformant string values

       specific character set:

         +U8   --convert-to-utf8
                 convert all element values that are affected
                 by Specific Character Set (0008,0005) to UTF-8

                 # requires support from the libiconv toolkit

   output options
       general printing:

         +Pf   --print-filename
                 print header with filename for each document

         -Ph   --no-document-header
                 do not print general document information

         +Pn   --number-nested-items
                 print position string in front of each line

         -Pn   --indent-nested-items
                 indent nested items by spaces (default)

       printing values:

         +Pl   --print-long-values
                 print long item values completely

         -Pl   --shorten-long-values
                 print long item values shortened (default)

         +Pu   --print-instance-uid
                 print SOP instance UID of referenced objects

         -Ps   --print-sopclass-short
                 print short SOP class name of referenced image objects,
                 e.g. "CT image" (default)

         +Ps   --print-sopclass-long
                 print long SOP class name of referenced objects

         +Psu  --print-sopclass-uid
                 print SOP class UID of referenced objects

         +Pc   --print-all-codes
                 print all codes (including concept name codes)

         +Pi   --print-invalid-codes
                 print invalid codes (for debugging purposes)

         -Pi   --no-invalid-codes
                 print text "invalid code" instead (default)

         +Pt   --print-template-id
                 print template identification information

       enhanced encoding mode:

         +Pe   --indicate-enhanced
                 indicate that enhanced mode is used for codes

         -Pe   --no-enhanced-mode
                 do not indicate enhanced mode (default)


         +C    --print-color
                 use ANSI escape codes for colored output

                 # not available on Windows systems

         -C    --no-color
                 do not use any ANSI escape codes (default)

                 # not available on Windows systems


   DICOM Conformance
       The dsrdump utility supports the following SOP Classes:

       SpectaclePrescriptionReportStorage          1.2.840.10008.
       MacularGridThicknessAndVolumeReportStorage  1.2.840.10008.
       BasicTextSRStorage                          1.2.840.10008.
       EnhancedSRStorage                           1.2.840.10008.
       ComprehensiveSRStorage                      1.2.840.10008.
       Comprehensive3DSRStorage                    1.2.840.10008.
       ProcedureLogStorage                         1.2.840.10008.
       MammographyCADSRStorage                     1.2.840.10008.
       KeyObjectSelectionDocumentStorage           1.2.840.10008.
       ChestCADSRStorage                           1.2.840.10008.
       XRayRadiationDoseSRStorage                  1.2.840.10008.
       RadiopharmaceuticalRadiationDoseSRStorage   1.2.840.10008.
       ColonCADSRStorage                           1.2.840.10008.
       ImplantationPlanSRDocumentStorage           1.2.840.10008.


       The level of logging output of the various command line tools and underlying libraries can
       be specified by the user. By default, only errors and warnings are written to the standard
       error  stream.  Using option --verbose also informational messages like processing details
       are reported. Option --debug can be used to get more details  on  the  internal  activity,
       e.g.  for  debugging  purposes.  Other  logging levels can be selected using option --log-
       level. In --quiet mode only fatal errors are reported. In such very severe  error  events,
       the  application will usually terminate. For more details on the different logging levels,
       see documentation of module 'oflog'.

       In case the logging output should be written to file (optionally with  logfile  rotation),
       to  syslog  (Unix)  or  the  event  log  (Windows)  option  --log-config can be used. This
       configuration file also allows for directing only certain messages to a particular  output
       stream  and  for  filtering certain messages based on the module or application where they
       are generated. An example configuration file is provided in <etcdir>/logger.cfg.


       All command line tools use the following notation for parameters: square brackets  enclose
       optional  values  (0-1),  three  trailing  dots  indicate that multiple values are allowed
       (1-n), a combination of both means 0 to n values.

       Command line options are distinguished from parameters by  a  leading  '+'  or  '-'  sign,
       respectively. Usually, order and position of command line options are arbitrary (i.e. they
       can appear anywhere). However, if options are mutually exclusive the rightmost  appearance
       is used. This behavior conforms to the standard evaluation rules of common Unix shells.

       In  addition,  one or more command files can be specified using an '@' sign as a prefix to
       the filename (e.g. @command.txt). Such a command argument is replaced by  the  content  of
       the corresponding text file (multiple whitespaces are treated as a single separator unless
       they appear between two quotation marks) prior to any further evaluation. Please note that
       a  command  file  cannot  contain another command file. This simple but effective approach
       allows one to summarize common combinations of options/parameters and avoids  longish  and
       confusing command lines (an example is provided in file <datadir>/dumppat.txt).


       The  dsrdump  utility  will  attempt  to  load  DICOM  data  dictionaries specified in the
       DCMDICTPATH environment variable. By default, i.e. if the DCMDICTPATH environment variable
       is  not  set,  the  file <datadir>/dicom.dic will be loaded unless the dictionary is built
       into the application (default for Windows).

       The default behavior should be preferred and the  DCMDICTPATH  environment  variable  only
       used when alternative data dictionaries are required. The DCMDICTPATH environment variable
       has the same format as the Unix shell PATH  variable  in  that  a  colon  (':')  separates
       entries. On Windows systems, a semicolon (';') is used as a separator. The data dictionary
       code will attempt to load each file specified in the DCMDICTPATH environment variable.  It
       is an error if no data dictionary can be loaded.




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