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DCM2NII(1)							   User Commands							DCM2NII(1)

dcm2nii - convert DICOM or PAR/REC image into the NIfTI format SYNOPSIS
dcm2nii <options> <sourcenames> OPTIONS
-a Anonymize [remove identifying information]: Y,N = Y -b load settings from specified inifile, e.g. '-b /etc/mricron.ini' -c Collapse input folders: Y,N = N -d Date in filename [filename.dcm -> 20061230122032.nii]: Y,N = Y -e events (series/acq) in filename [filename.dcm -> s002a003.nii]: Y,N = Y -f Source filename [e.g. filename.par -> filename.nii]: Y,N = Y -g gzip output, filename.nii.gz [ignored if '-n n']: Y,N = Y -i ID in filename [filename.dcm -> johndoe.nii]: Y,N = Y -n output .nii file [if no, create .hdr/.img pair]: Y,N = Y -o Output Directory, e.g. '/tmp' (if unspecified, source directory is used) -p Protocol in filename [filename.dcm -> TFE_T1.nii]: Y,N = Y -r Reorient image to nearest orthogonal: Y,N -s SPM2/Analyze not SPM5/NIfTI [ignored if '-n y']: Y,N = N -v Convert every image in the directory: Y,N = Y -x Reorient and crop 3D NIfTI images: Y,N = N You can also set defaults by editing /home/michael/.dcm2nii/dcm2nii.ini EXAMPLES
dcm2nii -a y /home/joe/Documents/dcm/IM_0116 AUTHOR
dcm2nii was written by Chris Rorden. This manual page was written by Michael Hanke <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). SEE ALSO
mricron(1) MRIcron Homepage: Michael Hanke April 2010 DCM2NII(1)

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