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A pair of an IOD and DIMSE Service that together defines a capability of a DICOM AE. At association phase, AE’s exchange SOP Class UID’s and agree on their capabilities.
A DICOM Service that is used to report the status of a procedure. MPPS is used together with MWL. MWL provides the task list and MPPS is used to “checkmark” completed tasks.
Acronyms for “Internet Protocol” and “Transmission Control Protocol”. The first protocols in the computer networking model that is the basis for the internet. DICOM, HL7, and almost all other computer networking standards use TCP/IP.
DICOM File: A computer file on a digital storage device that is structured according to the specification of the DICOM Standard. A DICOM file stores the information of one DICOM Instance (or Object).
An obsolete DIMSE Command for retrieving DICOM Instances using matching criteria. C-GET is similar to C-MOVE but instead of starting a new association, the instances are sent over the same connection as responses.