Hello neuroimaging gurus! And thank you in advance for any help you could provide.
I’m getting an error from DCM2NIIX (error code 4) while trying to convert Philips DICOM data, which includes a QSM protocol that should be kept as DICOMs rather than converting to NIFTI. I think because of this, the latest version of DCM2NIIx now gives me an error (the earlier version did not) as follows: “Conversion aborted due to corrupt file”, which seems to stem from the following python code:
//20190524: Philips MR 55.1 creates non-image files that report kDim1/kDim2 - we can detect them since 0008,0016 reports “RawDataStorage”
printError(“Conversion aborted due to corrupt file: %s %d %d\n”, fname, d.xyzDim, d.xyzDim);
Presumably, this is related to the QSM files. Is there any way to tell DCM2NIIX to skip these files? Or is this something more nefarious? Or is it okay to just use an older version of DCM2NIIx? Other programs like Horos seem to open the DICOMS fine, so they don’t seem truly “corrupted” from a data integrity standpoint.
Thank you again!