Destroys all the loaded `MedHandler`s. Freeing the memory.
MedHandlers in sethealth might or might not have a source. A source is usually a URL from which the medical data can be downloaded and it's required in order to be shared.
This method, when passed an array of `MedHandler`, ensures all the medical data in the array have a source. If a medical data does not have a source, it will upload it and store the source, if the medical data already have a source, it will just skip over.
Returns the `MedHandler` of a volume based on its `id`
Returns an array of `MedHandler` of all the previous loaded medical data.
Loads new MedHandlers from an array of files. Under the hood, it will look at the file extensions as heuristics to determine how the files should be parsed:
- `".nii"`, `".nii.gz"`: loaded as "nifty" - `""`, `".dcm"`: loaded as "dicom" - `".nrrd"`, `".nrrd.gx"`: loaded as "nrrd" Once the "type" is infered, it will use `loadFromSource()` under the hood, and return the same results.
onStart?: undefined | ,
Will open a native UI so the users can import files or folder from their local filesystem. Once the files are loaded, it will use `loadFromFiles()` under the hood, and return the same results.
source: MedSource | string,
Loads a new `MedHandler` from a source. A "source" can be an URL, a File, an ArrayBuffer, or an array of those. and indicates what type of input it is, such as: "dicom", "nifty", "nrrd", "png", "raw".
Some types like "png" and "raw" needs extra metadata in order to be loaded as a `MedHandler`, since this file formats does not provide this metadata out of the box. Please look at `MedSource` interface for further information. Once the medical data is loaded, it's cached by sethealth until it's manually removed using the "destroy()" method, or `med.destroyAll()`, which destroys all the previously loaded medical data. Note that medical data can consume a lot of memory make sure to `destroy()` all the medical data that are not about to be used. Given a source, this method returns an array of the loaded medical data. Most of the time, it will be an array with a single MedHandler, but `dicom` source type might return several. One `MedHandler` will only handle one medical data