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Importing & Accessing

Importing and Accessing Patient Records Quick Ceph Studio provides you with many tools to access and manipulate your patient images and movies. In developing Quick Ceph Studio, our design criteria was to provide our users with easy access to an unlimited number of unaltered original patient images and movies. ​ ​ 1. Automatic Arrangement of Images Upon Import ​ Importing images has never been simpler.  If you capture and import your images in the same sequence each time,Quick Ceph Studio will automatically position, rotate, flip, and crop images according to a selected arrangement, saving you valuable time. Multiple arrangements can be created, which is useful if you take a different number of photographs for different procedures (initial examination, pre-surgery, deband, etc.).



2. Pristine, Unaltered Images ​ All of the original images imported from your digital camera are stored unaltered in each patient file, providing you complete flexibility to manipulate the images as needed without affecting the original imported image. Thus, you can crop the images at any time, even after the file has been saved. You can also export the original, unaltered images in case they are required by referring doctors or the ABO. This eliminates the need to store duplicate copies of the original data from your camera, scanner, or digital x-ray machine.



3. Unlimited Images and Sessions ​ At each time point (Session), you can store an unlimited number of color photos, x-rays, models, and movies. The patient’s file can also contain an unlimited number of Sessions so you can store any number of records for a patient.



4. Viewing Patient Movie Files ​ Quick Ceph Studio can also import movie files made of the patient so you are not limited to documenting a patient’s progress with just static images.

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