@SCYou Thanks for leading this work. How do you do so much?
It would provide the basis of a lot of important research if the concepts required for DICOM CT Radiation Dose Structured Reports (RDSRs) were among the concepts you standardized. Here in the US, an estimated 3-5% of incident cancers are attributable to medical radiation and there is ample evidence that CT dosing is frequently too high relative to benchmarks and that there is very high unwarranted variability in CT dosing. Capturing the required data elements for RDSRs would allow the OHDSI community to document and address these important aspects of CT use. Having contributed to some of this research I am interested in being able to continue it with OHDSI partners..
These mature open source toolkits for getting data from DICOM (which uses RadLex) are designed to pull the elements for RDSRs among other useful tasks. PixelMed toolkit: http://www.pixelmed.com/dicomtoolkit.html and GROK: http://dose-grok.sourceforge.net/