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If I upload an example DICOM scan from a group with the same scanner model it uploads as expected into Orthanc, but if I then export it as a DICOMDIR, delete the patient from Orthanc, and re-import the exported DICOMDIR, the number of instances is less in the original - one with 410 instances only shows 361 for example.
Is this expected - is it possible I am not understanding something here or doing something wrong??
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Thank you Alain - that made a massive difference.
Sébastien, would it be worthwhile changing the example AutoClassify.py python script to use this value?
I also see that the original scan I am using contains all files in a single directory with file names in the form:
but the export has them within sub directories and has names omitting the MR at the front (and adding dcm at the end as a file extension) as below:
Is the lack of MR of any significance whatsoever? The dcm seems reasonable in that some software may expect .dcm extensions (speaking as someone who is new to DICOM and Orthanc).