The data of each listed anomaly are the data at the moment the anomaly was registered.
If patient or study data have been modified after the registration of the anomaly, these modifications will NOT be taken into account in the anomaly.
Anomalies on study level
The following anomalies will be reported:
- national number in DICOM files differs from HL7 information
- date of birth in DICOM images differs from HL7 information
- no or incorrect date of birth registered
- number of images in PACSonWEB differs from the number of images in the local PACS (taking into account any applied filtering)
- national number already registered with another patient through DICOM
- image or HL7 message received with the same study instance EUID or accession number but with other patient ID
- research with patient without ID is changed to a patient with ID via DICOM or HL7
For each anomaly, all relevant information is displayed in the overview.
From the overview, the related exam can be opened by clicking the study link.
Anomalies on patient level
- Multiple internal patient IDs have been registered for a single patient
- Received national number already linked to another patient
- Date of birth differs from date of birth that was registered with a previous exam
- national number already registered with another patient through HL7
For every each registered anomaly, all the following information is shown:
- date and time when the anomaly was registered
- the anomaly type + the required access level of a user to be able to open the study
- a description of the anomaly
- the possible corrective measures
In case a national number was registered for two different patients, it will be possible to assign this to the first patient, the second patient or to merge both patients.