Image/series description

Each case can have multiple studies, and each study can have multiple series. Each series is either a single image or a stack of images.

Both the study and the individual series within it can have descriptions. 

In general the 'series description' (immediately below the large image in case edit mode) is reserved for findings very specific to this one image, whereas 'study findings' contains the more general description of the whole study, and should be similar to a radiology report.  

Often the 'series description' is blank, whereas each study should have a 'study findings'. 

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  • Image - series description

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