There are two ways to zoom in and out with an image: 1) Right-click at any time, hold and drag. 2) Select the Zoom tool, left-click, hold, and drag.
Pan mode is on by default. Simply click on the image, hold, and drag. Alternately, if another tool is in use, pan can be turned back on by selecting the pan icon in the toolbar.
Images can be easily rotated in 90-degree increments by clicking the Rotate icon on the image’s toolbar.
Images can be easily rearranged by clicking on an image's toolbar, holding, and dragging to the desired location.
Brightness and Contrast
Image brightness and contrast can be adjusted in RevImaging. Select the WW/WC icon in the toolbar then click and drag up/down to change brightness or left/right to change contrast.
RGB and Invert
Filters can be applied to an image to enhance analysis. Select the RGB/Invert icon in the toolbar to toggle through these modes. Note that other functions (e.g. zoom, pan, brightness and contrast, etc.)are available after a filter has been applied.
Multiple images can be synced with each other, allowing actions performed on one image to be replicated on another image (or images).
- Select the sync icon in the upper left of an image for any images that need to be synced. Any Zoom or Pan actions and Contrast and Brightness adjustments will be replicated across all selected images.
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- To sync all displayed images, select the sync icon by the patient's age in the header.
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Files can be organized and then filtered through the use of descriptive terms called “tags”. To begin tagging files, head to the gears icon in the toolbar. The various tag categories are summarized below:
- Domain: Files can be tagged as “clerical” or “clinical” to help differentiate between those used during patient care and those used administratively. As an example, a scanned insurance card might be tagged as “clerical” whereas a visual field result might be tagged as “clinical.”
- Note: The specification of “Domain” determines the available tags for modality, submodality, and device.
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- Modality: Modality describes the broad category of a file (e.g. photography, OCT, insurance card, patient communication, etc.)
- Submodality: Submodality allows greater specificity regarding the file (anterior segment, optic nerve head, etc.).
- Device: Device describes the type of equipment used to obtain the file (Optovue – Angiovue, Nidek OPD III, scanner, etc.).
- Laterality: Laterality allows specification of the related eye.
See the RevImaging-Viewer article for demonstration of how to filter based on these tags.
Files can be downloaded by selecting the export button in the toolbar.