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Are you sending your X-Rays to a referral clinic?

Emailing DICOM Images


You can use the Metron Web-Viewer to post your X-Rays in a DICOM format. Email the link to your referral clinic for their easy and convenient access. 

How does this process work? 
Here are some quick steps:


  • Highlight the images you would like to post, then click the Send button. Select Post to Web-Viewer.
  • Replace the default User ID will a unique ID. For example, use the referral clinic's phone number as it is unique to them. Use dashes or merge the numbers. No spaces are allowed.
  • Create a password by typing one in the password field. It can be the same as the User ID or as simple as 123.
  • Select both Upload DICOM format and allow viewers to download images in this study.
  • Click the Send button to post to the Web-Viewer. You will see a successfully posted message popup.
  • Open your email program. Create an email and type in how the referral clinic will need to access the website, the User ID and password.
The referral clinic will have access to these images for one week. The images will be automatically removed after that time. If necessary, you can always repost the DICOM images.

Metron Web-Viewer has made it possible for you to share DICOM images easily without the other clinic needing a server.


-Tammy, Support Services Specialist


Questions??  Just contact us. We are happy to help!

Metron Web-Viewer ID


The User ID can be customized at the time the X-Ray images are being sent to an independent viewer.  As an idea, use your clients's phone number since it is unique for each patient. Use dashes or merge the

numbers together. 


As a reminder, no spaces are allowed in the User ID configuration.

Training Videos for Chiropractors

Metron supports Guided Mark-Up to aid the practitioner in patient diagnosis of the spine including lumbar, thoracic or cervical. 

View your choice of online tutorial videos!
Training Videos for Podiatrists
Generally the first to touch and the last to leave the "ground floor" each and every day, our feet deserve care and proper diagnosis when problems arise.


Metron supports Guided Mark-Up for five different measurements of the Foot AP including the Talonavicular Angle and MTP Joint Angle. The Lateral foot region is also supported.



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