The Clinical Trial Processor (CTP) is offered by the TraIT BioMedical Image Archive (BMIA) as a service for de-identifying and submitting imaging data
CTP is a stand-alone Java client program for de-identification and submission of imaging data to a central archive. CTP has the following key features:
- Single-click installation.
- Support for multiple pipelines.
- Processing pipelines supporting multiple configurable stages.
- Support for multiple quarantines for data objects which are rejected during processing.
- Pre-defined implementations for key components:
- HTTP / DICOM Import
- DICOM Anonymizer
- HTTP(s) / DICOM / FTP(s) Export
- Web-based monitoring of the application's status, including configuration, logs, quarantines, status
More information is available from the RSNA: http://mircwiki.rsna.org/index.php?title=CTP_Articles. Furthermore, a scientific paper regarding the quality of anonimization tools (which was positive for CTP) can be found here.
- the data-manager selects the images in the PACS workstation
- the data-manager sends the images to the CTP-client
- the CTP-client de-identifies the images
- the CTP-client sends the images through a secure link to NBIA / XNAT
Direct access to download CTP.