Query Product ID at email@example.com. In many cases, prior to publishing (for instance, on the Web) or distributing in any way DICOM files containing medical images of interest, it is necessary to remove all personal identifying information from those files, that is, to anonymize them. DICOM Anonymizer&Maker allows removing from DICOM files all information that may jeopardize patient's or physicians' privacy. This information, embedded into the DICOM file along with the actual image(s) or even burned in the actual image(s) and overlay(s), includes the patient's name, the patient's date of birth, the patient's address, the names of all the physicians that have been involved in the process of generation of the DICOM file, the dates of acceptance and of performance of the exams, and so on. DICOM Anonymizer&Maker can: -Anonymize any Data Element: user can define a list of elements to be anonymized. Rich anonymization methods: delete, insert, replace, numbering label or make initial for person name, offset date and time, move date and time to now or January 1st, round age to age group, and dynamic generate UID, etc. -Anonymize annotations burned in image pixels and/or overlays: user can specify different anonymization region for different images/overlays (specified by a series of criteria, e.g. Modality=CT, Rows=512 etc.). It can even anonymize pixel data/overlays embedded in a sequence element. -Anonymize Jpeg/RLE compressed images. -Optionally delete all private elements and/or all overlay elements. -Optionally anonymize all person name element with defined methods. -Anonymize single files, directory, subdirectory and DICOMDIR and keep them consistent. -Anonymize file names and folder names. -Anonymize XML file. -Export/import anonymization templates. -Export/import anonymization value maps. -Has rich log to tell you which element and what value is anonymized from and to. -Autocomplete DICOM dictionary lookup.