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Forums General Melanoma Community how to electronically send a scan

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    Terra
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    Hi, I have a scan to send electronically to a different country for a second opinion – I sent through yousendit.com, but he is unable to open it I am wondering if I sent the wrong file.  These are the files I see on the scan when I open it up – does anyone know which one I should attach to the email to send him. 
     
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    Hi, I have a scan to send electronically to a different country for a second opinion – I sent through yousendit.com, but he is unable to open it I am wondering if I sent the wrong file.  These are the files I see on the scan when I open it up – does anyone know which one I should attach to the email to send him. 
     
    3942
    autorun
    dicomdir
    395596
    command
    readme
    efilmlite
    pacsube
    dcvalid
    dcsstart
     
    Thank-you.
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      W.
      Participant

      I believe "dicomdir" is the most important file, i.e. it contains the actual images.

      You could also create a single file archive of all the files and send this archive (for example with WinRAR).

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      W.
      Participant

      I believe "dicomdir" is the most important file, i.e. it contains the actual images.

      You could also create a single file archive of all the files and send this archive (for example with WinRAR).

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