I'd love to help as much as I can! Here are the steps involved.
1) find images of your stenosies. You have to find a series of images. First step is to double-click on the big M executable in the CD, this is the image viewer. Then to jump to the next series click the right arrow button that has a "Se" on it. To move forward in images within a series, click the right arrow with an "Im" on it. There's a lot of stuff on those CD's that seems pretty useless, i.e. the images show nothing. One that's really nice is called MRV COR 2d TOF. It's on the third CD in my case. That's the one Joan showed of Jeff I'm guessing, with all cerebral veins and outflow routes shown in a 3D rendering. The problem is that in case of some patients the operator seems to have aborted that scan at jaw level, i.e. if you don't have stenosies above that like me, you won't see yours on this series but will have to take something less nice. It's chopped off in my case...
, so I took the next best, called "AX GRE BH LOWER", which shows horizontal cuts (assuming a standing individual here). Just skip forward until you're at the height of your stenosis. For the sideview, the series is called "SAG TRICKS POST".
2) You have to capture that image from your screen. There's a software for this on Macs called "Screencapture Plus", a widget. It's so easy, literally one click. I don't know what to use on a PC to be honest, since I'm not smart enough to use those
There are many applications in Linux, so ask me if you have that.
3) Go to http://lookpic.com/
and upload the picture. It's just one click and localization of the screenshot on your computer. Let me know if you have a question.
You and Marie have my email address and are more than welcome to send me the screenshot and I'll take care of the rest. Others can pm me if they need any help, or just ask on this thread.